Canada is a great place to live according to basically everyone. But is it the best?
Canada is a beautiful country, partly famous for it's land-scape as seen here. It has many sights to see, including plains, deserts, mountains as well as large cities. My personal preference is something more rustic and European, but we can all agree Canada is a very beautiful country.
Canada has a World Wonder - The Niagara Falls, a collection of three waterfalls in Southern Ontario shared with the USA. It is massive, with the highest flow rate of any waterfall in the world. The falls were formed long ago from glaciation when the Great Lakes were forming paths to the Atlantic Ocean.
The St. Lawrence Lowlands has some of the most fertile soil in Canada, and is also the most populated part of Canada, holding 50% of Canada's population despite being the smallest land-form region.
This valley has been carved out by glaciers moving towards the ocean many years ago much like other scenic locations in Canada and is now a popular tourist attraction. The mountains in pictures above were formed by tectonic plates colliding.
Canada also has a trade deficit of 1.5B, though much lower than August 2016's 11.3B deficit. They need to lower imports, raise the dollar value and increase exports to make a profit. Canada should aspire to be like Sweden, known for its domination of world trade alongside the USA, China and Denmark. Sweden’s government shrank jobless and disability benefits to encourage employment, and the lower benefits let them have cuts on tax. In the short term, lower benefits will enrage thousands, but in the long run they can make great profits to help run Canada better. Canada is constantly working to strengthen their weak exports, with export value increasing by 0.5 in August 2016 following a near record low in May.