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Living The Good Life - The Standard Of Living In Canada

 
PRM LAWCanadians are extremely patriotic - and rightly proud of their country. It's not hard to see why once you have visited. Amazing unspoiled natural vistas and friendly people- however what is it about Canada that makes it such a great place to live? What contributes to what is undoubtedly one of the best quality of life experiences on the planet?
 
Firstly there is the matter of healthcare. Canada's free healthcare system is the envy of many other countries around the world. The country has succeeded in providing world class free healthcare to its citizens - something that other countries across the globe have struggled to do.
 
One of the knock on effects of this is that Canadian citizens - on average can expect to live healthier lives and live longer. The average lifespan of Canadians currently sits at 80.9 years - better than it's southerly neighbor the United States.
 
And when compared to the U.S. Canadians suffer far less incidences of chronic diseases such as osteoporosis, breast cancer and diabetes.
 
The  there is the all important matter of sexual health and performance. A study by Durex indicated that Canadians have more lovers than even the Italians and that their staying power in the bedroom was better than the citizens of the United States.
 
Financial health is also a factor that leads to the higher quality of life for Canadians. Median household income in Canada is better than that in other countries such as Britain and Australia and Canadians are more likely to own their properties than citizens of other countries such as Sweden, Japan and the United Sates.
 
Even the air that Canadians breath is purer than most other parts of the globe. A study indicated that Canada has the third best air quality in the world.
 
All in all the quality of life in Canada means that its citizens are happier and more fulfilled than most other people on the planet - reason enough to click here now, or even contemplate a permanent move.

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