But, what if we are unable to pay for health care?
Yes, the infrastructure in Canada is amazing. However, the public services are a major pull factor of Canada, as they are efficient and available all the time. To start off with, their health care is exceptional.
Health care is free. Canada has top notch health care and is ranked number 30 in the world.Hospitals aren’t overpopulated, with low doctor patient ratios.
They have a sufficient number of doctors, rooms, and have the appropriate medicine. To a certain extent doctors appointments are also covered, and Health Canada has services in place to aid those who are elder.
Wow! We had trouble in India with health care. That really is a big pull factor.
A great pull factor also is you will have a better diet. In MDCs like Canada people are healthier than those of LDCs like India. Health is influenced by diet. Canada has a high availability of many different foods. It will definitely benefit your health.
Public transportation is cheap, yet very efficient and reliable. Canada has buses, taxis, subways, and trains to help citizens get around the country.
Is Public transportation also free? I am not sure if we would be able to buy a car if we did immigrate to Canada?
The final pull factor we can think of is the social aspect. Dad, Canada has a very tolerating society.They respect all races, religions, gender, sexualities, etc.They are very diverse, and filled with multicultural neighbourhoods. They celebrate holidays that we do in India such as Diwali, and there are multiple restaurants that are Indian.
What about the social aspect of Canada? Do they accept everyone?
I think your father and I will definitely think about moving. It would be nice to be close to family, and be able to live in a country that has so many great things
The final pull factor is chain migration. We moved and are thriving, so you should as well so you can have a higher quality of life. Also it's always good to be nearby friends and family.
I know Canada has been good to you guys, so I am sure we would love it too. Through all the factors you have given us, I can see that Canada has a higher quality of life then we have in Canada