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                                                                     Why invest in Canada
Canada is a countries with one of the world’s highest ratios of education investment to national GDP.  Canadian universities are among the best in the world. Canadian citizens enjoy free 12-year education for their children, and university tuition fees are much lower than for international students. There are also a wide range of scholarships, grants, interest-free loans and so on.
• Canadian cities have repeatedly been rated highly for their excellent quality of life. This is not only because of Canada’s political stability, generous welfare, clean environment, beautiful scenery, low prices, and abundance of people, but also Canadians benefit from a harmonious safe living environment and a relaxed and leisurely lifestyle.
• Canada is located in the northern part of the North American continent and is one of the 7 largest industrial countries in the world.  It has abundant natural resources, the world's safest most livable cities, and a medical welfare system free to all Canadian citizens. This creates a high quality of life available to everyone. Canada offers outstanding opportunities for young people to study, find employment, start a business, invest, and join the talented people participating in Canada’s future development.

• Chinese billionaire Jack Ma said that the most expensive things in the future will not be houses or cars, but pure air, pollution-free water, soil and an unspoiled natural environment. In this sense, Canada’s abundant resources offer fertile ground for experienced entrepreneurs and professionals to take their place as part of Canada’s future. At the same time, Canada welcomes successful people coming to Canada to work, study, and invest.
• Canada is one of the best and most stable countries to invest in the world. It has world class telecommunication systems, including internet and phone services. The national infrastructure is well designed and maintained for the communities it serves. Canada's banking system is a world leader.  It is open to all kinds of enterprises and provides countless opportunities for you to develop and grow in one of the world's most fiscally mature economies. Canada welcomes investment from foreign companies and provides them with many competitive advantages.

                                          North American financial markets
North America has the world's largest capital market. About 40% of the world's hedge funds are in the United States, and their total accounts for about 140% of the US GDP. The Dow Jones Industrial Index in the United States has generated a bull trend for 100 years. Over the last 10 years, the Dow Jones Industrial Index has risen from 6,400 points in March 2009 to 28,000 points now. Why is the US financial market so strong? Mainly because the U.S. dollar is one of only four reserve currencies in the world. It is the most widely used reserve currency and most commodities, goods and services are settled globally in U.S. dollars. Resource-rich countries acquire large amounts of U.S. dollars from selling their resources, and other countries wishing to buy these resources must purchase U.S. dollars in order to complete the transaction. This creates a constant and strong demand for US dollars which allows the US federal reserve to print dollars to increase the money supply and keep the US economy going. A significant proportion of global consumption, in the end, must involve the United States dollar, and the US stock market thus obtains a steady stream of funds, which sustains the unbroken upward trend of the bull market.

                                            The greatest technology companies

Today people very much hope to discover the greatest and fastest growing companies among technology companies. North America is the pioneer of technology, with the world's top talents and the world's best  companies. Its Internet services, 5G communication technology, clear energy and clear energy vehicles have become key economic development. The market value of the 5 largest technology companies in the United States has surpassed that of the entire European companies. The 5 largest technology companies are Facebook and Amazon, Apple , Google  and  Microsoft. It is worth mentioning that these technology companies have all developed in the past 20 years. In stark contrast, there are many century-old stores that are not operating well, and some have even gone  bankrupt. Like general Electric,  a history of more than 100 years, is not doing well, and its stock price has been falling. 

                                     The opportunity of Canadian—University and College

Universities in Canada have gained a worldwide reputation for excellent teaching and research. Canadian universities are ranked among the leading international schools and institutions worldwide, and they continue to attract the smartest people to their highly respected and prestigious degree programmes. All these top ranked colleges, universities, law schools, medical schools, and engineering schools have a global reputation and continue to attract the most talented international students. To attend some of the best universities in the world for your Bachelor's, Master's, or Ph.D, you should certainly consider Canada as your destination.

There are 96 universities in Canada. The most famous universities are the University of Toronto, the University of British Columbia, McGill University, McMaster University and the University of Montreal.

                                             The opportunity of Canada --Traveling

Canada is the world’s second largest country with the longest coastline in the world, though swimmers are scarce. The vast wilderness with different types of landscape stretching from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean is just waiting to be explored. The country extends from the North Pole in the north to the Great Lakes in the south. Canada is an enchanting tourist destination, but the touristy feel evaporates quickly when surrounded by pristine nature amidst the vast landscapes. Canada is divided into ten provinces and three territories, and below you can read about some of the places worth visiting in each of them. Large cities and airports are located in the southern part of the country. 

British Columbia encompasses an area where Canadian rocks meet the Pacific Ocean, resulting in an enticing mountain-ocean mix steeped in the culture and traditions of the native peoples and early settlers. You should take a boat ride to Gwaii Haanas National Park and Haida Heritage Site on Haida Gwaii, once known as the Queen Charlotte Islands. Further south on Vancouver Island take a kayak tour and keep an eye open for whales, seals and salmon. On land you will find world class ski resorts, spectacular mountain peaks and abundant wildlife including wolves, bears, elk and caribou. 

Travelling to Alberta is a must for all travellers and outdoor sports lovers. A true paradise for travellers and one of the most beautiful Canadian parks, Banff lies in the Rocky Mountains. There, you are awaited by crystal clear lakes, glaciers, kilometers of hiking trails and dark nights filled with stars. You may encounter a wild animal or two while exploring, from grizzly bears and wolves to moose. If you’re interested in observing animals in their natural environment, then you should go on a canoe tour down the Bow River and keep your eyes peeled for animals while listening to the guide recounting stories. Another epic 230-kilometre journey takes travellers from Banff National Park to Jasper National Park and runs along lakes, mountains, glaciers and waterfalls. Jasper is Canada’s largest national park receiving fewer visitors than Banff, which gives a much greater feeling of solitude being completely surrounded by wilderness. East from the two parks are the cities of Calgary and Edmonton. It feels really good exploring the city after spending so long in nature. Calgary is known as a cowboy city due to its events, charm and rodeos. You can see this for yourself on a guided tour, though it’s particularly evident during the Calgary Stampede.

Niagara Falls in Ontario, shared by Canada and the USA, is the most famous of the wonders of the world. You simply must visit them and witness the mighty power of nature with your very own eyes. Buy your Niagara Falls Wonder Pass in advance and save 67% of the admission price for four waterfall attractions. The ticket includes the best views over the falls, admission to the Butterfly Conservatory and an interactive 4D show. The province, however, holds even more landmarks. You can explore the Algonquin Provincial Park. The park is a beautiful mix of dark coniferous and bright deciduous forest, the latter including the famous Canadian red maple. The forest is Canada’s most important ecosystem for bears, wolves, brook trout and moose, making it even more interesting for travelling. On the shores of Lake Ontario, one of the Great Lakes, lies the largest Canadian city of Toronto. The most famous landmark is the CN Tower, a 553 meters high tower open for tourists and offering a range of activities. Nearby the quirky shoe museum holds quite a few surprises. Ontario’s second largest city is Canada’s capital, Ottawa, dominated by the Parliamentary buildings on top of the hill above the eponymous river. During winter, the Rideau Canal turns into the world’s largest ice skating rink.

We begin with our ultimate travel tips in Canada’s largest province and the only one with French as the official language – Quebec. The capital of the province, Quebec City, perches atop the cliffs overlooking the St. Lawrence River. The old town is packed with sights and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Take a walk to the Château Frontenac, said to be the most photographed hotel in North America, and stroll down the Terrasse Dufferin avenue. Enjoy the Village Vacances Valcartier winter park resort where the primary entertainment consists of sliding down in inflatable rings, known to locals as “tubing”. It is ideal for children and adults who are children at heart. North of the city lie the 84 metres high Montmorency Falls. You can reach  the top in the comfort of a cable car.

The province’s second most important city is Montréal where it’s best to explore the hill above the city, the Mont Royal. There are many events that take place in the park, from ice skating on Lac-aux-Castors (Beaver Lake) and cross-country skiing in winter to the beats of numerous drums of the Les Tam-Tams festival during Sundays in summer. You can visit more than 200 sights by bus. Far from cities and close to the Arctic Circle lies Hudson Bay, one of Canada’s most remote areas that presents quite a challenge for travellers to explore. It is home to more than 800 species of Arctic flora as well as birds, seals and the iconic polar bear.

                                                                  The Opportunity  of Canada--Oil

Canada's oil reserves are 171 billion barrels, of which 166.3 billion barrels are oil sands, ranking third in the world after Venezuela and Saudi Arabia. Canada's oil reserves account for about 10% of the world's oil reserves. Oil sands are the world’s third largest proven oil reserves, accounting for 166.3 billion barrels (or 97%) of Canada’s 171 billion barrels of proven oil reserves. Oil sands are natural mixtures of sand, clay or other minerals, water and asphalt. Two methods can be used to extract bitumen, depending on the depth of the sediment below the surface. Canadian oil sands are developed by the private sector, and companies in Canada, the United States, Europe and Asia have made major investments. Canadian and global developers have benefited from the development of oil sands. So far, it is estimated that 243 billion Canadian dollars of capital expenditure has been invested in the oil sands industry, which exceeded 30 billion Canadian dollars in 2014 alone.

                                                              The Opportunity  of Canada--Agriculture

Agriculture is an important sector of Canada’s economy. As of 2018, there were 269,000 jobs in farming. Farmers, in turn, supply the much larger food production and processing industries .

Among Canada’s top agricultural products are canola, cattle and calves, beef and veal, vegetables and poultry. Canadian companies export crops, meat, maple syrup and many other products. Canada is a top exporter of agricultural products in the world. These exports were worth more than $60 billion in 2016.

Early Canadians settled in the east first. Later, immigration and trade positions came to Rupert's land and the Northwest Territories. Early immigrants combined European agricultural and domestication procedures with local knowledge of the land and animals in the area.

                                                       The Opportunity  of Canada--Forest Industry

Canada ranks second in the world in terms of land area, of which about 40% is forest area, which is about 9% of global land area, but 30% of the world is planted with trees. Because of the cheap land and timber resources, Canadian housing is quite cheap. A 200-square-meter villa is about 500,000 Canadian dollars, and the average middle class can afford a house after a few years of work. The main reason is that the wood has been specially treated to form a very strong building material, and the life of the built house will be about 100 years, but the cost is very low. In addition, wood is widely used in industries such as papermaking and furniture. Due to cheap land, cheap factory buildings, and cheap electricity, Canada has successfully attracted investors to start businesses in Canada.

                                                       The Opportunity  of Canada--Uranium

Canada is the richest country in uranium mines in the world. Its total uranium mines account for about 20% of the world’s total reserves, ranking first in the world. Uranium production accounts for 15% of global production, and 85% of uranium is exported to all over the world. . When it comes to uranium mines, everyone naturally thinks of nuclear power generation. Nuclear power generation has many advantages. Nuclear power generation has the lowest cost, the cheapest electricity price, small floor space, no air pollution, etc. It is a cheap clean energy.

Power generation can be hydropower; gas, oil, coal-fired power generation; solar, wind power and nuclear power generation. Hydroelectric power generation uses water as a power source. The cost of power generation is low and it has no air pollution. But the disadvantage is that there must be water resources, and it will damage the ecological environment. Gas/oil/coal power generation is not only costly, but also pollutes the air and accelerates global warming. Although solar wind power generation is a green energy source, solar power generation has a high cost and a small amount of power generation, and it is mostly used for general household lighting and heating. Wind power has certain limitations. Relatively speaking, nuclear power generation has other incomparable advantages. In the next 5-10 years, countries such as China and India will see a substantial increase in nuclear power generation, and Japan is also gradually resuming nuclear power generation, which means that the demand for uranium will increase significantly.

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