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Re: From Lagos To Toronto - Follow My Canadian Hustle by Olalekank(m): 9:47pm On Dec 29, 2018
Mrceragem:

Check canada jobsite
You can also do the following on Google

Search for "Farm Jobs in your_location"

It'd show some and then you tick "notify me about later jobs or something" to receive notification of that kind of job
Re: From Lagos To Toronto - Follow My Canadian Hustle by SaintHilary(m): 4:05am On Dec 30, 2018
Pls o
Issit your #500k salary undecided
Issit your Money he used for ticket undecided
Issit your PR
Na u go help am hustle undecided
I'm not surprised though..theres always that one unfortunate being in every travel thread...that one!

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Re: From Lagos To Toronto - Follow My Canadian Hustle by Chester2018: 5:01am On Dec 30, 2018
nahinbdis:
Signs like these are fairly common for unskilled labour. You will also find signs for help wanted at various outlets.
that's my street!
Re: From Lagos To Toronto - Follow My Canadian Hustle by liricaliblunt: 10:31am On Dec 30, 2018
So when I thought this thread will have all the juicy update about his travelling, you naysayers have to come in and pollute it all. Anyways, I learnt things sha.

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Re: From Lagos To Toronto - Follow My Canadian Hustle by Saintbusco1(m): 2:10pm On Dec 30, 2018
I want to believe everybody on travel thread are abroad inclined, if the reverse is the case then you shouldn't be reading this thread. or your being in travel section is to get info on Lagos to ijebu ode?

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Re: From Lagos To Toronto - Follow My Canadian Hustle by enemyofprogress: 2:13pm On Dec 30, 2018
Olalekank:

You can also do the following on Google

Search for "Farm Jobs in your_location"

It'd show some and then you tick "notify me about later jobs or something" to receive notification of that kind of job
OK,thanks bro
Re: From Lagos To Toronto - Follow My Canadian Hustle by bomasek(m): 3:49pm On Dec 30, 2018
Saintbusco1:
I want to believe everybody on travel thread are abroad inclined, if the reverse is the case then you shouldn't be reading this thread. or your being in travel section is to get info on Lagos to ijebu ode?
So no be travel be that grin

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Re: From Lagos To Toronto - Follow My Canadian Hustle by Emmyirab(m): 5:35pm On Dec 30, 2018
nahinbdis:
Banks in Nigeria still have a long way to go in terms of customer service. The way a Scotia Bank staff focused on serving me, you would think I was carrying wads of dollars. Plenty freebies and credit card offers.

So end of day one... bank account, phone number and other petty stuff settled. Job hustle starts from Monday.
Hello nahinbdis!
If you haven't got a job yet, you can use online tools like indeed. They give you a list of job openings around you, both skilled and unskilled and part-time and full-time jobs.
Their website for Canada is "ca.indeed.com"
Goodluck!

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Re: From Lagos To Toronto - Follow My Canadian Hustle by Gerrard59(m): 7:47pm On Dec 30, 2018
Emmyirab:

Hello nahinbdis!
If you haven't got a job yet, you can use online tools like indeed. They give you a list of job openings around you, both skilled and unskilled and part-time and full-time jobs.
Their website for Canada is "ca.indeed.com"
Goodluck!

To add, I read in a group that using recruitment agencies also aid the cause of job-hunting. Agencies like Manpower, Hays, Adecco etc.

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Re: From Lagos To Toronto - Follow My Canadian Hustle by Ggetter50: 9:43pm On Dec 30, 2018
amdman:
Because its winter, the sun doesn't rise early... so 7am here is still as dark as 4am in Nigeria. The sun also sets early and it gets really dark before 6pm.

Getting ready to tour the city starting from the library.
I think Canada shares some characteristics as Scandinavian countries. It gets dark here around 3:45pm ..�
Re: From Lagos To Toronto - Follow My Canadian Hustle by surryade(m): 10:19pm On Dec 30, 2018
Ggetter50:

I think Canada shares some characteristics as Scandinavian countries. It gets dark here around 3:45pm ..�

All ds will make you miss home

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Re: From Lagos To Toronto - Follow My Canadian Hustle by lowkeyguy(m): 12:01am On Dec 31, 2018
Following
Re: From Lagos To Toronto - Follow My Canadian Hustle by Olalekank(m): 1:07am On Dec 31, 2018
surryade:


All ds will make you miss home
What's the point of this comment?
I thought the Justwise has said we should chill for the OP to come around and stop bringing up stuffs about home or Nigeria or home vs Nigeria

:Let's patiently wait for the OP to share his experience.
#peace

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Re: From Lagos To Toronto - Follow My Canadian Hustle by iamboladee(m): 12:56pm On Jan 02
Where's OP abeg angry grin

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Re: From Lagos To Toronto - Follow My Canadian Hustle by surryade(m): 1:47pm On Jan 02
OP Don vex comot, if OP be SEUN osewa u for shut down nairaland becos some mumu dey abuse you.
Re: From Lagos To Toronto - Follow My Canadian Hustle by iamboladee(m): 4:46pm On Jan 02
He should please continue so that we can all learn and gain from him
Re: From Lagos To Toronto - Follow My Canadian Hustle by kashamadupe0906: 7:51pm On Jan 02
Op, we await your next update... PR hopeful here
Re: From Lagos To Toronto - Follow My Canadian Hustle by davodyguy: 10:09pm On Jan 02
justwise:
@All

Please allow the op to write his dairy without derailing.

Thank you.
What's your definition of derailing?

Also if this thread is a diary, I assume Seun Osewa did create a section for that isn't it?

Do comments that express contrary opinion automatically imply derailing? Cos I can see that you hid some comments and left others. Some of the ones you hid are mostly those that expressed contrary opinion, without insult or breaking a single rule. If that's the case, what justification do you have to hide the posts?

In the religion section, Christians create threads about God and atheists freely post to criticize the existence of God. Even Seun Osewa who's an atheist do question people's belief in God, but no moderator deletes seun's posts or that of other atheists. Why do such in Travel section?

Its essential you clarify, by responding with humility as the post suggest

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Re: From Lagos To Toronto - Follow My Canadian Hustle by justwise(m): 10:20pm On Jan 02
davodyguy:

What's your definition of derailing?

Also if this thread is a diary, I assume Seun Osewa did create a section for that isn't it?

Do comments that express contrary opinion automatically imply derailing? Cos I can see that you his some comments and left others. Some of the ones you his are mostly those that expressed contrary opinion, without insult or breaking a single rule. If that's the case, what justification do you have to hide the post?

In the religion section, Christians create threads about God and atheists freely post to criticize the existence of God. Even Seun Osewa who's an atheist do question people's belief in God, but no moderator deletes seun's posts or that of other atheists. Why do such in Travel section?

Its essential you clarify, by responding with humility as the post suggest

Its not and i will not waste my time again explaining this to you or anybody else.

The op will update the thread when he wants.

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Re: From Lagos To Toronto - Follow My Canadian Hustle by davodyguy: 10:30pm On Jan 02
justwise:


Its not and i will not waste my time again explaining this to you or anybody else.

The op will update the thread when he wants.

No problem. Its fine, you didn't disappoint with your response.

I would be visiting Auckland in September this year, going by your post above, I would create a thread and if anyone dare to express contrary opinion about my trip, I'll invite you as the MODERATOR to help delete or hide their posts.

Cheers

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Re: From Lagos To Toronto - Follow My Canadian Hustle by justwise(m): 10:43pm On Jan 02
davodyguy:

No problem. Its fine, you didn't disappoint with your response.

I would be visiting Auckland in September this year, going by your post above, I would create a thread and if anyone dare to express contrary opinion about my trip, I'll invite you as the MODERATOR to help delete or hide their posts.

Cheers

No i will ignore such invitation so that you have a taste of your own medicine.

Done with you on this

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Re: From Lagos To Toronto - Follow My Canadian Hustle by davodyguy: 10:45pm On Jan 02
justwise:


No i will ignore such invitation so that you have a taste of your own medicine.

Done with you on this
Noted.
Re: From Lagos To Toronto - Follow My Canadian Hustle by JWTheocracy1: 1:46am On Jan 03
Please I have a question to ask... I planned travelling by the end of the month to the United States , but I have a 14hrs layover in Toronto with my airline... Please I wanna know if I can possibly get a visitors visa from the airline and make little tour in Toronto during that hours of layover.?
Re: From Lagos To Toronto - Follow My Canadian Hustle by Beautyaddy: 2:59am On Jan 03
JWTheocracy1:
Please I have a question to ask... I planned travelling by the end of the month to the United States , but I have a 14hrs layover in Toronto with my airline... Please I wanna know if I can possibly get a visitors visa from the airline and make little tour in Toronto during that hours of layover.?

Why don't you just call the airline you're flying with to get better and accurate information to your questions?

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