The United Nations has ranked Canada the best place to live for five consecutive years, based on quality of life, educational opportunities, life expectancy, unemployment and crime rates.
Canada is composed of immigrants from practically every country in the world. The diversified backgrounds and cultures make Canada unique.
Studying in Canada
Besides the recognition of having an Ontario Diploma, being a student in Canada has a lot of advantages that other countries don’t have.
First of all, the student can work part-time while registered in a full-time program. After graduation, the student can apply for the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program (PGWPP) for the same period of the student visa and will be able to work full-time.
While working on a full-time basis, Canada offers free access to the Ontario Health System for the employee, and any family members living with them.
If moving with the family, the student’s dependent children can legally stay in Canada for the same period, and have free education for kids between 4 and 18 years old. Also, the spouse or common-law partner can apply for an open work permit for the same duration of the study visa. That way, one member of the family can start working full-time while the other member studies and works part-time.
To sum up, the student in Canada can work, have free education for the kids and have access to the free Heath System for the entire family.
Helicopter Pilot in Canada
Canada is a member of ICAO and the Canadian License is one of the world’s most widely recognized, with Canadian flight training standards being among the highest worldwide.
Different from other countries where the instructor rating can be acquired right after the commercial rating, Canadian helicopter instructors must have flown many hours in the industry before instructing, making them well prepared to teach new students.
As a Helicopter pilot, Canada has high demand for various positions throughout the country, such as: