Why is it difficult to get a job in Canada? I hear this from most of the people I know personally. Is it because Canada has a bad economy, or is there a lack of job opportunities, or is it just the immigrants finding it hard to get jobs in Canada? Canada expects applicants to have Canadian
Experiences of an Indian ex-pat. Equatorial expats in particular will be intrigued to know that the vast North is home to a subterranean society of basement apartments. Some basement apartments get natural light however, freshly flown in expats are particularly vulnerable to the compounded effect of living underground, endless rain and SAD – or seasonal affective disorder.
One of the key benefits of living, studying and working in Canada is the access to their first-rate medical infrastructure and remarkable healthcare systems. To avail the benefits of these facilities, all international students residing in British Columbia (B.C.) for a period of more than six months or more are required by law to enroll into the government Medical Services Plan and
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