Ottawa’s fastest growing tourism market, China, is sending over five percent more visitors to the Canada’s capital city over last year.
The nationwide housing demand continues to rise. Canada’s real estate developers saw a blockbuster year when construction started on the most homes in over ten years.
Canadians had a score of ten out of ten for Quality of Life in a recent survey and ranked the number two Best Country overall. Canada is the second-largest country in the world. Most of the residents live within 125 miles of the United States border.
Within three years of immigrating to Canada, children of new immigrants are as well adapted as Canadian-born children. Education funding and strong social services are also essential to the process.
To demonstrate the commitment Canada has to multiculturalism, the government designated June 27 as Canadian Multiculturalism Day.
Over 200,000 Canadians, over the past eight years, have participated by voting on their favorite immigrant. Winners have depicted sectors from across the nation.
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The United Nations 2017 World Happiness Report was released in March 2017. Canada, ranked seventh, coming in seven places in front of the United States, which placed 14th for happiness. The report ranks 155 countries to find the happiest people around the world.
Ten consecutive months of job openings are credited to Canada’s longest streak of rising employment since 2008. The unemployment rate for the nation remained at 6.2%, a nine-year low. Ten-thousand new jobs were added to the employment market, which included 112,000 full-time positions. The latest survey reported by Statistics Canada also showed a spike in…
The labour market in Canada continues to astound the country as its performance again skyrocketed in July 2017. Statistics Canada reports that unemployment dropped to 6.3%, the lowest since October 2008. Ten thousand nine hundred new jobs were added to the labour market, and over the past year, there has been an increase of nearly…
Recent data showed that Canada added far more jobs than expected. The Canadian dollar hit a 10-month high, which increased the prospect the Bank of Canada will trigger an interest rate increase next week. Statistics Canada reported the economy added 45,300 jobs last month, which surpassed prospects by more than 10,000.