A new study that measures the 'quality of nationalities' ranks Canada behind many, but better than most. The rankings by Henley & Partners and constitutional law professor Dimitry Kochenov puts Canada at No. 32, near the bottom of the group of nations deemed 'very high quality'. The index by the firm and the Dutch professor doesn’t rank nationality by what it means in terms of pride, history and the like, but rather by what it’s worth, or what it can get you in terms of citizenship. Read the article in the Canadian The Globe and Mail.
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