What Permanent Residents Can Do:
Permanent residents can experience working with both internal and external customers, experience with establishing security standards can do problem-solving skills, they must pay taxes, and must respect all laws of Canada. If you do this, you will not have any problems being a permanent resident of Canada.
What Permanent Residents Can Not Do:
There are limitations of what permanent residents can and cannot do. The two most major things you cannot do as a permanent resident is holding certain jobs which need a high-level security clearance and vote or run for a political office.
How You Can Lose Permanent Residence:
If you do not live or accumulate your 730 days out of the 5 years, if you are convicted a serious crime, or if you become a Canadian citizen you will lose your permanent residence.