From fairytale landscapes to cosmopolitan cities, there’s much more to Canada than maple leafs and Mounties. It’s long been overshadowed by its North American neighbor but it stands proud as a diverse country that’s packed full of experiences to tell your grandchildren about - whether it be getting drenched at Niagara Falls or spotting black bears in the Rockies.
The clinch is that there’s also a lot of leg room. It’s the world’s second largest country, but with a fraction of the population at around half that of the United Kingdom. It even has national parks bigger than some European countries.
- Well-paid jobs for the well-qualified
- Easy to get a working holiday visa if your country is part of the scheme
- Newfoundland & Labrador – rarely visited, but beautiful. And it’s the best place in the world to see the Northern Lights
- Montréal – brilliantly cosmopolitan city with a fantastic variety of food.
- Dawson City – beautiful town set amongst some of Canada’s most stunning scenery
Things you might not know about Teaching English in Canada
- The jail in Creemore, Ontario is considered to be one of the smallest in the world, measuring only 4.5m x 6m!
- According to the UN, Canada has one of the best qualities of life in the world.
- Newfoundland in Canada has some very bizarre place names, such as Blow-me-down, Nancy Oh, Run-by-guess and, er... Dildo!
- Canada is just a huge as it seems – it’s the second largest country in the world with an area of almost 10 million square kilometres!