CorelDraw Suite a vector drawing (similar to Illustrator), page layout (typically for less than 100 pages without problems), and pixel/image editing in Corel Photo-Paint (equivalent to Photoshop but without the refinements)programs.
CorelDraw and suite programs work significantly different than Adobe similar products, are much easier to learn but still has a consedeable learning curve. The programs are as powerful as Adobe products, but getting to the end result is accomplished entirely differently. Corel Photo-Paint's best feature is being to able to use it to edit pixel based images in CorelDraw, or manipulating an image and having it cleanly import into Corel Draw. I'm not even sure that raw editors are included in the last two versions of CorelDraw suite. But even if they did I would highly favor Lightroom over a Corel product.
Corel's PaintShop Pro was once the leading challenger to Photoshop and would be a far better product than PhotoPaint for a photographer. Corel also has AfterShot Pro and PhotoImpact.