Canada at Glance
Canada is a diversified, fascinating, and second-largest country in the world in terms of the geographical area which covers almost 10 million kilometers. The country is situated at the top half of the North American Continent, it has the longest coastline surrounding with 3 oceans: the Pacific Ocean to the West, the Atlantic Ocean to the East, and the Arctic Ocean to the North. In addition, the world’s longest land border is been shared with the USA which is nearly 9,000 kilometers. Canada & USA have the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) agreement between them and as a result, every day thousands of people crossing the borders from both ways.
Moreover, Canada also is known as a Country of Lakes and a Country of Trees because they have more lakes than the rest of the world combined and also they are the second-highest in the world in terms of the number of trees which are more than 300 million.
Provinces and Territories
As a nation, Canada has 10 provinces and 3 territories and each of them has its own government. The Canadian constitution allows all of these provinces and territories to implement their own permanent residency, work permits, and education-related laws and legislation under the federal jurisdiction.
Here is the list of the provinces and territories. Whether you want to move to a particular province or territories as an immigrant or international student just click on the province and territories name and find out the relevant details and eligibility criteria.