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Samundri kings
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Which province to move

Post by Samundri kings » Thu May 30, 2019 12:19 am

Dear all.
I need your valuable advice please. My wife who’s British citizen. She recently approved a open work permit (IEC) for two years. She’s confused as which province to move to get Settled easily. She’s got post graduate diploma in hospitality & tourism. Also been working as receptionist since last three years.
Kindly help us weather which province to move and start working
Thanks

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Re: Which province to move

Post by unicorn1984 » Tue Jun 25, 2019 11:42 pm

The best opportunities for her with this type of training are in the tourist areas. Specifically with her travel and tourism program she might do well in Alberta- in Jasper, Banf where they have a huge ski industry and lots of visitors. Cost of living is also much less expensive than in Toronto or Vancouver where we have a lot of over-saturation of highly educated people.

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Re: Which province to move

Post by maxcan » Wed Jun 26, 2019 12:49 pm

I'd echo that but also say the BC side of the Rockies is probably also worthwhile looking into.

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