More serious information further below.
These are just jokes:
- The face of the Queen in the coins changes as she ages.
- I do not need a freezer in winter.
- I can live on top of the US all the time and it feels better.
- Canadians can blame many bad things happening in their life to the US; inversely Trader’s Joe officially does not like Canadian fish …
- I can write final exams in French if I ask; but I do not know it.
- Canadians have most prentiful fresh water per capita in the world. (However water use restriction exits due to well contamination etc.)
- Many singers are Canadian like Brian Adams.
- There are provinces I can not go by Grey Hound bus. They have different bus systems.
- I do not have to worry about Healthcare cost too much; waiting time may kill patients, though.
- I can drive more than ten hours to East or West and still drive in the same province, Ont.
PS. Some people hitting this page while looking for more serious pages. So I will give some links.
1. Canada has a strong migration history which can be seen today as much as ever before. Increased migration accounted for 1.2 million of the 1.6 million increase in Canada’s population between 2001 and 2006. On average, 200,000 people migrate to Canada every year.
2. Immigration has been a key factor in the growth of Canada’s economy over the last decade
3. Anyone who enjoys the wide open spaces will love Canada, with its population density of 3.5 people per square kilometre – the lowest in the world.
4. Canada is one of the world’s richest nations, boasting an impressively high income per capita of US$35,500. It is also a member of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and Group of Eight (G8).
5. The quality of life In Canada is absolutely first-rate, and Canada is constantly receiving awards and accolades to affirm this. In 2005, Vancouver won the global award for overall quality of life, with Canada as a whole being ranked 11th out of 114, and Calgary was awarded world’s most environmentally friendly and cleanest city. More recently, the Heritage Foundation in conjunction with the Wall Street Journal ranked Canada 10th out of 161 in the 2007 Index of Economic Freedom, and the Economist named Canada as the world’s 8th most peaceful country in 2007.
6. The opportunities for employment in Canada are plentiful, and potential migrants with a skilled trade behind them will find that their chances of successfully applying for migration to Canada are significantly increased. Opportunities are also rife for businessmen and investors whose work will help to increase Canada�s already flourishing economy.
7. The price of housing in Canada is significantly cheaper than other western countries such as the UK, and migrants are always pleasantly surprised to discover that for a fraction of the price they sold their house for in the UK, they were able to buy the house of their dreams.
8. Migration has been a key factor in the evolution of Canada�s culture, and as a result, multiculturalism is embraced throughout the country. People from various countries throughout the world are therefore welcome in Canada, and migrants can be sure that they will feel accepted whatever part of the country they chose to settle in.
9. Sports and outdoor life are very popular in Canada. The national winter sport of ice hockey is a national pastime and by far the country�s most popular spectator sport. Lacrosse, curling, Canadian football, golf, baseball, skiing, snowboarding, soccer, basketball and volleyball are also widely played and supported.
10. As a Country that boasts breathtaking scenery as well as first-rate urban life, Canada is one of the world�s most visited tourist destinations. Owing to its size, many Canadians choose to holiday within the country, and with eye-opening cities such as Ottawa, Toronto and Montreal, as well as the stunning scenery of Niagara falls and Gatineau National Park, this is hardly surprising.
By JASON DePARLE
WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Provinces like Manitoba have won new power to bring foreigners in, handpicking ethnic and occupational groups.
10) There’s only one road in Canada
9) They have flapping heads
8) They saw “oo” where they should say “ou”. For example: “What aboot Canada?” rather than “What about Canada?”
7) It is cold.
6) Nothing ever happens there.
5) There are French people who live there
4) They are behind on technology
3) They are weird
2) Their accent
and…The number one reason not to go to Canada:
1) The Canadians
These are not my opinions.
5 reasons you should live in Boston.
1. At some job you do not have to do any things, other than driking coffee and looking for a new car and house, until you get fired; and still you can blame other coworkers.
2. You can see many American tourists in Boston down town; American history started here. I do not know where the native people first set their foot on the US.
3. Many museums, universities, churches, synagogues and Dunkin Donuts.
4. Cazy drivers make you look less crazy.
5. You do not have pay on the way out of Boston Green lines.
Reason you should live in Nova Scotia
1. Nova Scotia is beautiful; Fundy Bay and other coast lines.
1 reason you should live in Tokyo.
That is a good question. Are there still any giant pandas in Tokyo? I rather live somewhere else in Japan. I cannot afford the living cost there but is Boston any better?
Conclusion: I like any of three countries; the countries have their own merits but the merits can be their pitfalls as well. There is no Paradise, other than one in California.