Some statistics about the Main Canadian Cities

Greater Vancouver Area

A west coast seaport in British Columbia. Population: 603,500 (2011) Ref:UNdata

Greater Toronto Area

The provincial capital of Ontario. Population: 2.615 million (2011) Ref:UNdata

Montréal

Montréal is the largest city in Québec. Population: 1.65 million (2011) Ref:UNdata

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Culture activities accounted for 3.0% of Canada’s total gross domestic product (GDP) and 3.5% of jobs. Ref: 2014.

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7 Must-See Destinations When Traveling To India

With its interesting culture, history, and architecture, India is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. The country has dozens of incredible must-see sights that are included in most India tours.

Here are seven of the most exciting places to visit when travelling to India:

Caribbean Medical School: Why Are Overseas Universities So Popular?


Going to university overseas isn’t generally an option many young adults consider, but it should be. There are plenty of reasons why it is a valid choice.

When you decide to study abroad, the amount of university options can be staggering. There are thousands of different universities to consider. A great option for those who are going into the medical field is the Caribbean Medical University, especially if you enjoy warmer weather.

While there are a few other Caribbean medical schools, All Saints University is one of the top medical schools in the Caribbean. It is located on the island of Curacao. They utilize a U.S. based curriculum and focus on deepening the student’s understanding of academic medicine.