Urban Environment

Canada is one of the most urbanised countries in the world, with 80% of its population living in urban centres. The three largest cities are Vancouver, Toronto and Montréal. Being one of the largest countries in the world in land mass, Canada is part of North America and provides a multitude of sporting activities, an abundance of scenic tours, vibrant cities and a diverse culture enjoyed by people from a variety of backgrounds.

Canada ranks!

In the Economist’s 2017 ranking of the world’s most liveable cities, no less than three Canadian cities placed in the top ten. They were Vancouver (third), Toronto (fourth) and Calgary (fifth). Canada enjoys world class healthcare, education, environment, stability and infrastructure. With its capital Ottawa; Canada has two official languages- English and French adding to the multicultural flavour.

Beautiful landscapes

Although most of the population chooses to live in the cities of Canada, the vast landscapes will provide something for everyone! From the rugged coastline of the Pacific Rim, lush tropical rainforests, hot deserts, coyboy country badlands, stunning blue lakes and sweeping granite mountains; Canada provides an abundance of opportunity to explore!

Home of Ice-hockey and maple syrup

Ice- hockey is practically a religion in Canada! Hockey orginating in England has been converted onto the icy lakes of Canada to see Canadian players triumph in the winter Olympics six times! (1976, 1984, 1987, 1991, 2004, 2016).

Who doesn’t love maple syrup on pancakes, better yet maple bacon, or maple syrup cupcakes! The sweet syrup is found in most Canadian kitchens and is made from sap from a maple tree, whose leaves turn a deep red in the autumn. Today, Canada produces 71% of the world’s maple syrup.

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