Why study in Canada?
- Canada has a world class education system
- A Canadian degree is recognized internationally
- Canada has an excellent health care system
- Canada is safe, peaceful and politically stable
Diversity in Canada
Canada is a multicultural and diverse nation that embraces all cultures, races and religious beliefs.
Living in Canada
Canada is the second largest country on earth, with three ocean boarders and many types of landscape including mountains, prairie grasslands, forests and arctic tundra in between.
Canada has four different seasons: winter, spring, summer, fall (autumn).
Fall - September - November
- fall is a transition season
- summer turns into winter and we see the temperatures start to get colder
- leaves change colour and drop, trees and plants hibernate for the winter season
Winter - December to April
- winter is our coldest season
- temperatures often go below zero degrees Celsius
- snow typically covers the ground from December to March
Spring - April - June
- spring is a transition season
- winter turns into summer and we see the temperatures start to get warmer
- plants and trees wake up and everything turns green again
- we see a lot of rain during this time
Summer - June to September
- our warmest season, with temperatures ranging from warm to hot
- temperatures typically range between 20 and 30 degrees Celsius or higher
- humidity will make it feel even hotter