Children of Canadian immigrants are more likely to continue their education after high school than children of Canadian citizens who are not immigrants.
This information is from research conducted by the University of Ottawa’s Professor Ross Finnie. The most popular reason given is that children of immigrants believe that Canada is a land of opportunity.
Therefore, they have greater motivation to get more education after high school than children who are born to non-immigrant parents and raised in Canada. According to Become a Canadian, foreign nationals who move to Canada are usually excited to take advantage of the many benefits of living in Canada.