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Where is the nicest place to live in Canada?

My family and I are going through the channels of emigrating to Canada as my husband has a skilled trade, but do not know where to live have temporarily picked Ontario! Is this a family place perhaps Oaksville. Also what is the general cost of living out there? What sort of taxes do you have to pay and do you have to pay for schooling? Has anyone emigrated on a skilled or work permit and have easily got permanent residence?

Asked By: numpty - 4/25/2007
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I emigrated to Canada in 1977 and love it here. It has been a great place to raise my family... More
Answered By: snowbarbie - 5/2/2007
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south of the border..canada is dirty and yucky
Answered By: biffnasty - 4/25/2007
 
Canada is not dirty or youck it is the best country in the world move to nova scotia it is really nice there
Answered By: brandon - 4/25/2007
 
I'm in Calgary Right now. Anywhere in Western Canada is BOOMING because of the Olympics in Vancouver and the oil industry in Alberta. I wouldn't recommend living right in the big cities but there are so many cuter small towns that are amazing. There's too many to mention. You have the best of both worlds. Close to the... More
Answered By: angel09 - 4/25/2007
 
In canada i would have to say either on the east coast... PEI, newfoundland, NewBrunswick, or On the west coast, Victoria, Vancouver, or you could try Jasper Alberta.
Answered By: Jamie A - 4/25/2007
 
Ontario , espicially Oakville is very expensive. If you are skilled workers , go west . Alberta is screaming for skilled trademen . In Alberta they have a much lower tax rate than Ontario. Schooling is free to everyone in Canada . In the winter Alberta is alot colder than Ontario ,but the crime rate is lower. Good... More
Answered By: robzilla1963 - 4/25/2007
 
Come to Aurora, Ontario. It is very close to Toronto (less than a 30 minute drive) and there is even public transportation that goes all the way down there. It is a very safe community and has all major services that you'd require, and it is very supportive towards families... More
Answered By: James Brown - 4/25/2007
 
I emigrated to Canada 12 years ago on a work permit and 3 years later got my permanent residency with no problems at all. As long as you can prove that you are earning enough to take care of yourself and your dependants, pass any physicals and have no criminal issues here then you don't usually come up against any... More
Answered By: T K - 4/26/2007
 
Canada is a lovely place full of really nice polite people wish all places where like it. I am sure where ever you go you will like it. Vancouver is extremely nice especially the Island. A totally magical place
Answered By: jescikka - 4/29/2007
 
Vancouver Island! It's a beautiful place, with low crime rates and temperate weather - it does rain about as much as the UK, but the winters are much milder than in the East of Canada - and there's easy ferry access to Vancouver and Seattle.
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Answered By: Elphaba - 4/29/2007
 
Definitely British Columbia... More
Answered By: Philly R - 5/2/2007
 
In terms of Nature and Scenery ...British Columbia is the best... More
Answered By: Marja K - 5/2/2007
 
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