We are planning to immigrate to canada. We need to decide on the city depending on our job prospects?

I am an healthcare management exe and my husband is a telecom engineer. We are confused about which province to settle down as we have no clue about the places and their culture. We are a young family of 3, and we would like a place with good schools and also good job prospects too for both of us. Could anyone tell us which province would do us good with respect to our job, housing, taxes etc. We are fine with any climate as long as it isn't too extreme. Thanks for your help and suggestions.

Asked By: - 9/10/2010
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Almost all of Canada is extremely cold in the winter. Exception: Vancouver, which has some of the most expensive housing and other costs of living in Canada (or most other places... More
Answered By: ibu guru - 9/10/2010
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Would be better to start with seeing if you can actually get a visa before worrying about where you go
Answered By: Uncle - 9/10/2010
canada is not like the US in many ways. it isn't really a federal country and the provinces are quite diff from one another. the biggest advice i can give is AVOID QUEBEC!! i mistakenly lived there for many yrs and had to suffer the worst employment discrimination i ever faced in my life. thankfully i am still young... More
Answered By: jon m - 9/10/2010
1.All of Canada has extreme weather no way around it. 2.The best payed city will always be Calgary.....but it is extremely cold in Winter. 3.No matter where you go healthcare will always be in demand but engineering concerning telecommunications will always be relegated to the cities.
Answered By: Vivac - 9/10/2010
The first thing that you should do is find out if you are eligible to immigrate.* The other thing is, if you 'have no clue about the places and their culture', you should take a trip to Canada and see if you like it.
Answered By: thinkingtime - 9/10/2010
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