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Maple leaf country - Canada
🍁 security, stability
It is the second largest country in the world with a population of 36 million, rich in resources and high quality of life. It is the most livable country in the world. Most cities have large immigrant populations and are ethnically diverse, but they respect and tolerate each other. Canada has been called the most inclusive country.
Canada has a stable society, a sound health care system and complete infrastructure.
🍁 leading economic and academic achievement
It is one of the world's 10 most economically entrepreneurial economies, has one of the world's most stable financial and banking systems, and has one of the lowest levels of corruption in the world. According to the world bank, Canada is the most business-friendly country in the g20, ranking first in ease of starting a business.
Canada is more outstanding in education and has produced 26 Nobel Prize winners in academic achievements, covering economics, literature, chemistry, physics, biology, medicine and so on.
🍁 advanced education system
Public education leads the world: Canada has the highest GDP investment in public education of any developed country in the world
Uniform high standards: 20% of schools are ranked in the top 500 globally, and their degrees are recognized worldwide
International and inclusive: Canadian public schools accept international students
Flexible and efficient education: English and French bilingual education; Scholar centered
High returns: education ranks at the top of the world and costs less than other comparable countries
🍁 future development
The tuition fee is more reasonable, middle school enrollment is easier to get into top international universities, and future immigration is more convenient