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A beautiful country

by Hong Jiaming
(Chofu)

Canada is one of the few foreign countries that I am familiar with, because one of my cousin's family is in it. They told me the reason why they choose to live in Canada and I think I can share it here.

First, the environment of Canada is very good. Due to the low population, Canada keeps a good relationship with humans and nature.

Second, the welfare system of Canada is proper, just not as good as some European countries and not as bad as some third-world countries.

Third, the peaceful society. They like the harmonious society there.

Fourth, the potential of development. The mineral business in Canada is well developed, which guarantees the basic economy. And the good relationship with the US makes it possible to make it better.

And I would like to add some personal opinion. Canada is a nice country that does not get involved in many troubles. And this is exactly my favorite point.

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