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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by laminaria(m): 1:44pm On Jun 11
Pistacho:
I have got a really cool 2 bedroom apartment at the South central area of Edmonton, looking to get a flat mate within the next month or 2. Rent is appx 1400 and ll be split midway. Send me a PM if you interested.
NB... I am pretty chilled dude in his late 20s
Does it include utilities ?Pls check your PM.
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Bracha: 2:09pm On Jun 11
Check here


dimaxy:
Please,anyone know if university of Manitoba request for ielts
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Hakyntommy: 3:17pm On Jun 11
Hello guys. Welldone for the good works. I am new here. And I'll like to please ask some questions.
1. I have BSc Zoology and PGDE and I also bake cakes and other snacks. I'm thinking of going through SINP EE stream as a baker. But the problem is I've not worked under anyone as a baker except during my 1 year apprenticeship. Please house what should I do.

2. I'm not in the express entry pool yet because WES is yet to receive my Waec report but my score was 382 when I calculated it.

Please I need advice...thanks
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Hakyntommy: 3:25pm On Jun 11
@newmum0615....im sorry can I please contact you??...please I need help asap...im sorry to bother you. Here is my whatsapp num.08144367010....ill apreciate ma
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Topsmamen: 3:26pm On Jun 11
Hakyntommy:
Hello guys. Welldone for the good works. I am new here. And I'll like to please ask some questions.
1. I have BSc Zoology and PGDE and I also bake cakes and other snacks. I'm thinking of going through SINP EE stream as a baker. But the problem is I've not worked under anyone as a baker except during my 1 year apprenticeship. Please house what should I do.

2. I'm not in the express entry pool yet because WES is yet to receive my Waec report but my score was 382 when I calculated it.

Please I need advice...thanks

Hi. Visit the link below, post your question and you will be attended to.

https://www.nairaland.com/5187408/canadian-express-entry-federal-skilled/154

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by TheAfrikan: 4:36pm On Jun 11
Good evening,

I would like to ask, "how is the Civil Engineering career is like in Canada?" have gone online buh I'm seeing very generic answers there. Please if anyone has an idea, please share it with me.

Thank you.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Blackbuddy: 6:10pm On Jun 11
TheAfrikan:
Good evening,

I would like to ask, "how is the Civil Engineering career is like in Canada?" have gone online buh I'm seeing very generic answers there. Please if anyone has an idea, please share it with me.

Thank you.

Hi, why not look directly at civil engineering vacancies in various cities, the requirements for the jobs posted and also research the requirements to be licensed as an engineer in each/your target province?

This is a more realistic way to gauge the prospects and what you require to know and do in order to succeed. Knowing where there are the most opportunities and what is required to attract hiring managers is a targeted approach in addition to building a network of people who can guide and refer you. To learn how to cook, one needs to enter the kitchen smiley All the best.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by bLacKGoLd3(m): 9:52pm On Jun 11
I remember we had a discourse on organic vs non-organic foods. This documentary by CBC should be quite helpful for those who frequent Farmer's Markets.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYwB63YslbA

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by TheAfrikan: 7:04am On Jun 12
Blackbuddy:


Hi, why not look directly at civil engineering vacancies in various cities, the requirements for the jobs posted and also research the requirements to be licensed as an engineer in each/your target province?

This is a more realistic way to gauge the prospects and what you require to know and do in order to succeed. Knowing where there are the most opportunities and what is required to attract hiring managers is a targeted approach in addition to building a network of people who can guide and refer you. To learn how to cook, one needs to enter the kitchen smiley All the best.

Thank you buddy,

This is really insightful.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by SonsOfLiverpool(m): 12:50pm On Jun 12
Hello guys, I plan to move to canada, I finished in poly Ibadan OND and HND Mass Com. I have two years experience in Insurance industry and I am 30 years of age. What are my chances? �
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Topsmamen: 2:14pm On Jun 12
SonsOfLiverpool:
Hello guys, I plan to move to canada, I finished in poly Ibadan OND and HND Mass Com. I have two years experience in Insurance industry and I am 30 years of age. What are my chances? �

Post your question here: https://www.nairaland.com/5187408/canadian-express-entry-federal-skilled/158
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by irocalot042: 2:25pm On Jun 12
Hi, I’m planning on landing sometime mid August and would love to base in GTA. Please I’ll like to be added to the WhatsApp group aswell. Thanks


Adabekee005:
Thanks for the response. Please how do I join the whatsapp group? Who do I contact to add me?
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Oganammuo: 5:26pm On Jun 12
My brothers and sisters, congratulations to each and every one of you. I've been a silent follower. I pray God grant you all your heart desires and crown all your efforts with success in Canada, in Jesus name, men.

I am in "study in Canada thread", and "students in canada thread" which has been greatly helpful and I've been brousing a lot concerning this issue that is bothering me. I feel its here I can get the info I need.

I am 38, going for 1yr PGD accounting in Douglas college, New bronswick, BC.
Pls can someone tell me something about this province.
Are things like accommodation and feeding very expensive compared to other province's.
Can I easily get job after my studies.
Are there plenty Nigerians there.

Pls family, help me out.
Pls don't refer me to another thread.
Thank you
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by GozyNA: 10:21pm On Jun 12
Obodo Amaka smiley

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Loladelolz(m): 10:50pm On Jun 12
Hi guys, I need help. I want to travel to Canada to hustle up. Start with anything. Is it a good idea? And how can I go about it?
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by salford1: 1:56am On Jun 13
Oganammuo:
My brothers and sisters, congratulations to each and every one of you. I've been a silent follower. I pray God grant you all your heart desires and crown all your efforts with success in Canada, in Jesus name, men.

I am in "study in Canada thread", and "students in canada thread" which has been greatly helpful and I've been brousing a lot concerning this issue that is bothering me. I feel its here I can get the info I need.

I am 38, going for 1yr PGD accounting in Douglas college, New bronswick, BC.
Pls can someone tell me something about this province.
Are things like accommodation and feeding very expensive compared to other province's.
Can I easily get job after my studies.
Are there plenty Nigerians there.

Pls family, help me out.
Pls don't refer me to another thread.
Thank you
I highly doubt accomodation will be expensive in New Brunswick BC but then again if it is Douglas college in Vancouver, then it would be expensive. . Feeding would probably be same all over canada as long as you don't live in a remote northern city or town. Difference will just be the taxes on goods that varies across provinces. Accountants do find jobs easily at least in Sask. You might start off at a lower position or get an accounting technician role to get your feet in.
I do not understand the plenty Nigerian question. You don't need Nigerians around you to suceed. Just set your own personal goals and targets. If you are looking for some sort of Nigerian associations, you will definitely find them all across Canada.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Tantolu: 2:58am On Jun 13
Hakyntommy:
Hello guys. Welldone for the good works. I am new here. And I'll like to please ask some questions.
1. I have BSc Zoology and PGDE and I also bake cakes and other snacks. I'm thinking of going through SINP EE stream as a baker. But the problem is I've not worked under anyone as a baker except during my 1 year apprenticeship. Please house what should I do.

2. I'm not in the express entry pool yet because WES is yet to receive my Waec report but my score was 382 when I calculated it.

Please I need advice...thanks
.

You must be a certified Baker by an institution that is verifiable before you can claim the trade,if not SINP guys MAY bounce you.
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Nekdr: 7:16am On Jun 13
Dame91:


Thank you for your response.. I would appreciate your recommendation.. are you in Calgary?
Check canyon meadows medicals in Calgary its owned by a Nigerian

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by dimaxy: 9:27am On Jun 13
Oganammuo:
My brothers and sisters, congratulations to each and every one of you. I've been a silent follower. I pray God grant you all your heart desires and crown all your efforts with success in Canada, in Jesus name, men.

I am in "study in Canada thread", and "students in canada thread" which has been greatly helpful and I've been brousing a lot concerning this issue that is bothering me. I feel its here I can get the info I need.

I am 38, going for 1yr PGD accounting in Douglas college, New bronswick, BC.
Pls can someone tell me something about this province.
Are things like accommodation and feeding very expensive compared to other province's.
Can I easily get job after my studies.
Are there plenty Nigerians there.

Pls family, help me out.
Pls don't refer me to another thread.
Thank you





Can you please show me the link to study in Canada thread.
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Oganammuo: 1:58pm On Jun 13
salford1:

I highly doubt accomodation will be expensive in New Brunswick BC but then again if it is Douglas college in Vancouver, then it would be expensive. . Feeding would probably be same all over canada as long as you don't live in a remote northern city or town. Difference will just be the taxes on goods that varies across provinces. Accountants do find jobs easily at least in Sask. You might start off at a lower position or get an accounting technician role to get your feet in.
I do not understand the plenty Nigerian question. You don't need Nigerians around you to suceed. Just set your own personal goals and targets. If you are looking for some sort of Nigerian associations, you will definitely find them all across Canada.

God bless you real good Salfort. I needed these assurance. Now I can breath out, hmmmmm! Thanks once again.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Oganammuo: 2:00pm On Jun 13
dimaxy:






Can you please show me the link to study in Canada thread.

Sorry, I don't know how to copy and paste link. But google "study in Canada nairaland". You will see there link
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Shine1177: 2:09pm On Jun 13
@ dimaxy

Click here
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Dame91: 3:56pm On Jun 13
okay thank you.

Nekdr:

Check canyon meadows medicals in Calgary its owned by a Nigerian
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by TheAfrikan: 4:20pm On Jun 13
Goodday Everyone,

I want to ask, " is 250 USD okay for BTA?(I already have accommodation and transportation covered)"

Thank you.
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Ronnie1984(f): 6:31pm On Jun 13
Hello blessed people
At this point I think I owe this forum some serious thanks because my journey to Canada wont have been possible with God and the group if highly educated and resourceful people. So I finally got my dream and am in edmonton . Please my brother and sister nairalanders make una try connect with me. So who ever is in edmonton that has pity on me and wants to be my friend in this new city.should pls reach out. thanks peeps. If I say I no love all of una na big lie I talk

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by MAYA2019: 7:29pm On Jun 13
Hello everyone, Please is there anyone here that went through (AIPP) Atlantic Immigration Pilot program? I would like to know how you got job offer? which site? and how did you contact the designated employer?

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by ayaade1: 9:41pm On Jun 13
You can send an email to the school for an English Language Proficiency (ELP) test waiver. E.g if they require IELTS/PTE/TOEFL, send an ELP waiver request.

dimaxy:
Please,anyone know if university of Manitoba request for ielts
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by ayaade1: 9:48pm On Jun 13
You can send a PM so I’ll share my source with you. I’m not sure if I can copy and paste a link here.

dimaxy:
Please,anyone know if university of Manitoba request for ielts
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by jhoci(f): 12:43am On Jun 14
There is an Edmonton Telegram group you can join. Lots of nice people.

Ronnie1984:
Hello blessed people
At this point I think I owe this forum some serious thanks because my journey to Canada wont have been possible with God and the group if highly educated and resourceful people. So I finally got my dream and am in edmonton . Please my brother and sister nairalanders make una try connect with me. So who ever is in edmonton that has pity on me and wants to be my friend in this new city.should pls reach out. thanks peeps. If I say I no love all of una na big lie I talk

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by MrsUU: 1:09am On Jun 14
[quote author=jhoci post=79309967]There is an Edmonton Telegram group you can join. Lots of nice people.

Please anyone in fortmcmurray
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Riversides2003(m): 1:43am On Jun 14
[quote author=MrsUU post=79310138][/quote]

Yes I live inFort McMurray
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Riversides2003(m): 1:49am On Jun 14
Ronnie1984:
Hello blessed people
At this point I think I owe this forum some serious thanks because my journey to Canada wont have been possible with God and the group if highly educated and resourceful people. So I finally got my dream and am in edmonton . Please my brother and sister nairalanders make una try connect with me. So who ever is in edmonton that has pity on me and wants to be my friend in this new city.should pls reach out. thanks peeps. If I say I no love all of una na big lie I talk
Hello how you doing, am in Fort McMurray

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