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    No practical advice but my brother and his partner have moved there for work and seem to be having a pretty great time (been there 9 months now).
    It does get ridiculously cold, as people have said, but the skiing, ice-skating and general playing in the snow seems to be a pretty good compensation!

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    Hi mon I lived in Canada for a year or so. I loved it! I worked in Toronto mainly doing temp work but I found the cost of living to be cheaper. I say go for it Canada and Canadians are great people, the climate is not as pleasant as we are lucky to have here.

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    With regard to job prospects, keep in mind that in parts of Canada, some industries virtually shut down over winter (construction being one).


 

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