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is it that bad for you in the US
 

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no jobs here, no help from the state. And it just seems that with this "Bailout" the government is going to do it's going to get worse..
 

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okok,, well good luck, with that
 

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Just show up, and don't leave when the gov't tells you too...that's what most people from other continents do...then we pay for their medical, housing....

Really though...where you thinking? Some places here get REALLY fricken cold. Don't say you weren't warned!!
 

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Just show up, and don't leave when the gov't tells you too...that's what most people from other continents do...then we pay for their medical, housing....

Really though...where you thinking? Some places here get REALLY fricken cold. Don't say you weren't warned!!
I'd take the cold weather over this crap anyday.
 

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Just show up, and don't leave when the gov't tells you too...that's what most people from other continents do...then we pay for their medical, housing....

Really though...where you thinking? Some places here get REALLY fricken cold. Don't say you weren't warned!!
My mother was born in Ontario and i have lots of family there and in Quebec. So it would prob be one of those two places. As for cold I rather have cold than USA B.S. I just for see it getting real bad here in the states like 3rd world bad.
 

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wow,, then now its kinda true, what Carlos Mencia said,, every one is moving north up a country...
 

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Quebec has too many french (or at least wanna-be french) people.;)

The Ontario is really only liked by Ontario...

...I personally would look Alberta and west, or New Brunswick and east...not a big fan of living in between (Great to visit in between, I prefer living somewhere not totally flat though) I was born in Manitoba...eventually I left.:hi:

Later.

P.S. If your mother was born in Ont. that should make things quite a bit easier to become a citizen! Dual citizenship has it's benefits too...even if you don't move here, it may be worth looking into citizenship...
 

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I'd love to live in the Yukon..
I still have to visit there one of these days...looks like an awesome place to spend some time...
 

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If you have family here in Canada you should try applying for citizenship. There are a number of avenues you could try. Someone could sponsor you or families help other members aquire citizenship. Also look into provincial immigration.
 

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Things aren't the greatest here in southern Ohio but my boss is swamped with work. I think I'll stay where I'm at for fear of not finding work. I've always wanted to go north for vacation,I'll take the cold over the heat,but my family are warm weather lovers. I'll make it up there one of these days, heard it is beautiful.
 

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no jobs here, no help from the state. And it just seems that with this "Bailout" the government is going to do it's going to get worse..

Obama and his cronies are losing popularity ratings fast.

I, for one, am doing all I can to get them voted out, if the US survives than long.

This mess was caused by one thing: conservative voters not voting. Not getting off their duffs and taking a few minutes to exercise a constitutionally guaranteed right that the liberals would be more than happy to take away, along with religious freedoms, freedom of speech, self-protection, or even the freedom to raise your kids without government regulation.

I wish you the best, but, Canada is a socialist country ... that's what Liberals want the US to be.

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no jobs here, no help from the state. And it just seems that with this "Bailout" the government is going to do it's going to get worse..
If you think there are more jobs in Canada or that they're easier to find you'd better do more research. Hopefully your family is well heeled because you're looking at some rough times. Plus the cost of living is generally higher (although you'll have to compare where you're coming from). My best friend & one of my sisters have been in Canada for many years and they have been struggling just as long. Both had to sell their houses, both lost jobs ... and no, they don't reside in the same place. And it will be years before you are accepted as a Canadian Citizen.
You'd prolly be better off looking into a US city where things are better.
 
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