Canada as a place for living
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Canada as a place for living

by Oscar Mario Rosas Tabera
(Chofu, Tokyo, Japan)

Quebec City, seems nice to live here.

Quebec City, seems nice to live here.

I've been thinking about living in another country. I've searched about many of them, and the most interesting, in my opinion, is Canada.

The official languages in Canada are English and French, which is an awesome fact, because you can improve your communication skills in both languages. Of course it has areas in which most of the population are English speakers or French speakers, like Quebec in which French is the most spoken language.

According to the OECD Better Life Index, Canada is the 3rd best country for living. It has great indexes of health, safety, and life satisfaction. It has almost 16 million visitors each year, and has a lot of festivals through the year.

Besides of all this, it has a lot of places to see, like Niagara Waterfalls, Lake Louise, and the CN Tower! If the safety, health, or the chances of getting a good job in Canada doesn't make you feel sure, maybe these places will.

If you want to live in another country, maybe you should consider living in Canada.

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