Industry and economic strength contribute to Canada's high standard of living. Canada's large territory means natural resources-based industries like forestry, fishing, farming and food production, natural gas, hydroelectric power, mineral and petroleum mining are central to the country's economy. These industries involve production, manufacturing and export, and Canada maintains good trade relations with many nations worldwide. Other important Canadian economic areas are business, transportation, communication, technology, education, aerospace and civil service. Canada has a fairly low unemployment rate, approximately 6% (although this varies in different regions), and in 2007 had the world's 9th largest GDP (gross domestic product).
Campus e-tours allow students to view the facilities and student life at featured Universities, Community Colleges and ESL Schools in Canada, giving you the opportunity to see what the schools looks like, as well as facts about the campus, courses, etc. Once you’ve completed your tour you can read the in-depth profile to get more detailed information, or click the Request FREE Info link to request specific information such as scholarships and financial aid directly from that institution.