What is the best way to e********y in Edmonton, Canada?
I'm an Australian looking at working in Edmonton for a year. What jobs earn the most without high qualifications? (I'm a teacher in Aus but only have three years of uni so as far as I am aware I can't teach in Canada). Also what types of visa would I need? And if I want to travel to the states whilst I'm there (over the 90 day visa free period) what is the best visa to get? Any other advice? Thanks!! I did a semester at a uni in Canada last year and whilst I'm there I'll be doing a fourth year of my degree in Australia by distance education so more study in Canada isn't really an option (trust me I looked into that as it would've been ideal!) I'm sure Calgary is a nice place to live but let's face it... Flames just suck! lol no offense anyone! I lived in Edmonton last year for four months and I loved it and made a lot of good friends there. Just really feel like I need more time there. But hey maybe I'll visit calgary again and change my mind... but for now its all about Etown!
Asked By: frewy26 - 2/19/2008
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The best visa to get is a working holiday visa (you qualify if you are between 18-35 years and have either just finished/started a uni course or are still a student and planning to go back to uni... More
Answered By: Von Lipwig - 2/22/2008
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www.cic.gc.ca has all your visa information... More
Answered By: kent_shakespear - 2/19/2008
Are you crazy? Moving Edmonton from Australia? Do u have any idea how cold it was last month? -47 degree centigrade!
Answered By: dd-jjjj-06 - 2/20/2008
Why? You should move to Calgary at least they have a half decent hockey team and their football team is better than the Esks (even though the Riders are the best).
Answered By: TheB*tchyPrincess - 2/20/2008
assuming you are allowed to enter canada and work, i would suggest working as a server or in retail. why edmonton though? it isn't a huge tourist destination, let's be honest. calgary is more attractive.
Answered By: Zoe Dot - 2/21/2008
You can try to do some online job such as data entry
Answered By: Lancez - 2/24/2008
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