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Would you ever consider moving to Canada?

  1. Rosana Modugno profile image85
    Rosana Modugnoposted 4 years ago

    Would you ever consider moving to Canada?

    I've been to Canada and really liked it there but it was only on vacation.  I'm wondering what it would be like to live there, now that their dollar is worth more than ours.  Any feedback from people that actually have lived or live there is appreciated.  Thanks!

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    mts1098posted 4 years ago

    While I have never lived in Canada, I can tell you 5 reasons why I will live there one day...

    1. The country pictures in summer and winter seasons look beautiful
    2. The facts and great history starting with the flag itself
    3. I met some great people here from Canada
    4. The national sport of ice hockey is everywhere
    5. cities like Montreal, St John New Brunswick and Toronto

  3. wqaindia profile image80
    wqaindiaposted 4 years ago

    Most of the Indians go to Canada to make a living. I am also searching for the earning opportunities in Canada along with swapping real estate in Canada.

  4. Spongy0llama profile image90
    Spongy0llamaposted 4 years ago

    I am already a Canadian citizen but I have been living in Germany for over a year now. I am glad to return to my home country some day because of the vast expanses of wilderness (which one grows to appreciate after living in Europe for so long).

    Canada is also a multicultural and bilingual country where various nationalities are represented, especially in urban areas. I am also glad that I live on the east coast where one can easily travel between Canada and Iceland, a country where I would like to be a dual citizen some day.

    I am also proud to come from a country where same-sex marriage is equal in every way to the traditional definition of marriage between a man and a woman smile

    Not to mention Canada is expecting a major workforce shortage in the coming years thanks to the baby boomer phenomenon, augmented by our low population. This means that I will never have to worry about being unemployed by the time I'm in my late twenties/early thirties, at which time I expect to return home from Europe fluent in several European languages to a country which has become even more international thanks to all of the foreign workers we'll be bringing in to deal with the labor shortage.

  5. lburmaster profile image84
    lburmasterposted 4 years ago

    Yes, I've actually considered it. However, I'm not sure I could get used to the weather. Being a southern girl, I'm used to temperatures above 30 almost all year round.

 
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