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Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by LadyJasper: 8:08pm On Oct 22, 2020
jaiye4love:
Pls I need a Nigerian residing in Saskatchewan province who can let me present him like a distance relative as I just got invitation to apply as the occupation in demand.

I will be most greatful
You're aware that is fraudulent, right?

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Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by jaiye4love: 8:24am On Oct 24, 2020
What is fraudulent about helping myself to attain something better. Or is that a sort of professional qualification?
LadyJasper:

You're aware that is fraudulent, right?

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Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by FYsol: 8:48am On Oct 24, 2020
Lol. Dont mind him it is not fraudulent it is only criminal. grin

jaiye4love:
What is fraudulent about helping myself to attain something better. Or is that a sort of professional qualification?

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Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by Nobody: 9:15am On Oct 24, 2020
jaiye4love:
What is fraudulent about helping myself to attain something better. Or is that a sort of professional qualification?
this is how they made manitoba stop relative sponsorship when people turned it to business. Now even genuine people are affected and cant use their relatives any more. Stop making thing harder for Nigerians

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Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by lollmaolol(m): 12:25pm On Oct 24, 2020
donasimii:
Hello people,

Please i need a Naija staying in Saskatchewan for reference. Urgent

Please help a fellow broda.

Thanks

Did you get anyone?
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by lollmaolol(m): 12:29pm On Oct 24, 2020
luvlyglenda:
Hello Naijans in Sask.
Good to be here, thanks to d pioneers of this thread. I have an issue, i am looking for help from u guys. I have been trying several pilots to immigrate to Canada, but my IELTS have been the stumbling block., most recent is 6.5. So i tried the SINP. I submitted my EOI and indicated i had a relative in Sask. This person is actually a friend and not related to me. I called her up, only to find out she has relocated to Edmonton. About 2 weeks after, i got ITA.

Pls, can an angel come to my aid?, can some one, help reference me?

A plea for help!

How did it go bro
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by emmynent(m): 5:17pm On Oct 25, 2020
Bosayo:
Thanks Bro!
Hello.
Congrats on your admissions.
North Central has lots of crime, and so is the area east of downtown between Winnipeg and Broad street. Infact, I would advise you stay away from downtown. Also try to consider the university of Regina's location with respect to distance from home and daycare.
As per day care, budget between $850 to 1000 per month
2bedroom condo in a good area, budget from $950 to $1400.
Child benefit is Federal, so the province doesn't matter.
Nice!!! Congrats.
Sorry to ask but please can you share the point you had and how long it took for them to send ITA?
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by salvageautosca: 6:36pm On Oct 25, 2020
Hey peeps
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by ImDStar: 7:43pm On Oct 25, 2020
Good thread
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by elegantxxx: 8:10pm On Oct 28, 2020
GOOD THREAD BUT NA BAD BELLE PEOPLE PLENTY PASS...
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by nairalandbuzz(m): 2:19pm On Oct 30, 2020
salford:

Pros: Easier for PR if you are an international student, diversified economy, decent average wages for professionals (only Alberta is higher), cuisines is oyinbo food, but there are Nigerian food stores scattered across the province, Good number of Nigerian trained doctors and other professionals, less populated, cheap phone plans and car insurance, decent cost of rent or property etc

Cons: Bitterly cold-comparable to Manitoba and Edmonton & up, Mosquitoes in summer, diversity not as much as Ontario or BC, could be boring, no real international airport like the one in Calgary, Vancouver or Toronto, lowest minimum wage in Canada, Infrastructures not as nice as say BC or Ontario.

Moved here from Calgary, Alberta after the world Oil glut seriously affected Alberta's economy. Had a chance to move elsewhere like BC or return to Alberta, but the family loves it here than Alberta, so this is home now. Love Sask - Land of the living skies.

However, you will get you more response and views on the existing Living in Canada thread.

In have now been staying in Sask for over a year and I can tell you it is far better to me and I tend to like the small cities compared to the big ones.

You can leave your door unattended in small cities and nothing will happen
Forget about locking your car in small cities and you are safe
Your children will grow in a sane environment and nothing that they do outside that won't get to you before they even get home
we all know each other
there are Nigerians in every city.
In my city, we have four Nigerian families and other singles
there are other Africans here too
NEVER been in traffic within my city and its environs
It can get cold (Very cold) just dress for the weather and you are good.
Not many opportunities for huslers that like doing like twenty jobs but if you are a professional or you can do two jobs, you are OK.
You will be surprised that most doctors are Nigerians + Indians and the best in the field (A Nigerian won an award of being the best surgeon in national rural surgical excellence and he is in one of Saskatchewan small cities... Our own Dr Yemi Laosebikan (great and funny man to the core)- https://www.saskhealthauthority.ca/news/stories/Pages/2019/October/Melfort-surgeon-first-winner-of-national-rural-surgical-excellence-award-.aspx)
There is dignity in every job... .even if it is a cleaner, there is pride in it and people respect you. They dont respect you only if you are into drugs.

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Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by jaiye4love: 8:27pm On Oct 30, 2020
Pls I applied for SINP and selected with invitation to apply. I have put in my application that I have a relative in Saskatchewan which is true,but the person told me he has left to another province. Although, if the point from this is removed from my to point, I still have 60 points which is the minimum, because I applied with PhD in Statistics.pls can I go ahead to submit my application. Or can you help me with someone I can reference? Thanks
nairalandbuzz:


In have now been staying in Sask for over a year and I can tell you it is far better to me and I tend to like the small cities compared to the big ones.

You can leave your door unattended in small cities and nothing will happen
Forget about locking your car in small cities and you are safe
Your children will grow in a sane environment and nothing that they do outside that won't get to you before they even get home
we all know each other
there are Nigerians in every city.
In my city, we have four Nigerian families and other singles
there are other Africans here too
NEVER been in traffic within my city and its environs
It can get cold (Very cold) just dress for the weather and you are good.
Not many opportunities for huslers that like doing like twenty jobs but if you are a professional or you can do two jobs, you are OK.
You will be surprised that most doctors are Nigerians + Indians and the best in the field (A Nigerian won an award of being the best surgeon in national rural surgical excellence and he is in one of Saskatchewan small cities... Our own Dr Yemi Laosebikan (great and funny man to the core)- https://www.saskhealthauthority.ca/news/stories/Pages/2019/October/Melfort-surgeon-first-winner-of-national-rural-surgical-excellence-award-.aspx)
There is dignity in every job... .even if it is a cleaner, there is pride in it and people respect you. They dont respect you only if you are into drugs.
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by fmzzy(m): 9:22pm On Oct 30, 2020
Please ooo my lovely Nigerian people in Saskatchewan, who can help me out on Saskatchewan connection? That's what is hinder my ITA. PLEASE HELP ASAP
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by vivilala16: 11:49am On Oct 31, 2020
[qguote author=nairalandbuzz post=95500519]
Good day to you.i trust you are doing great.pls can you chat me on whatsapp with this number 08186124674.or email vivian4xrist@yahoo.com
its urgent.thank you
In have now been staying in Sask for over a year and I can tell you it is far better to me and I tend to like the small cities compared to the big ones.

You can leave your door unattended in small cities and nothing will happen
Forget about locking your car in small cities and you are safe
Your children will grow in a sane environment and nothing that they do outside that won't get to you before they even get home
we all know each other
there are Nigerians in every city.
In my city, we have four Nigerian families and other singles
there are other Africans here too
NEVER been in traffic within my city and its environs
It can get cold (Very cold) just dress for the weather and you are good.
Not many opportunities for huslers that like doing like twenty jobs but if you are a professional or you can do two jobs, you are OK.
You will be surprised that most doctors are Nigerians + Indians and the best in the field (A Nigerian won an award of being the best surgeon in national rural surgical excellence and he is in one of Saskatchewan small cities... Our own Dr Yemi Laosebikan (great and funny man to the core)- https://www.saskhealthauthority.ca/news/stories/Pages/2019/October/Melfort-surgeon-first-winner-of-national-rural-surgical-excellence-award-.aspx)
There is dignity in every job... .even if it is a cleaner, there is pride in it and people respect you. They dont respect you only if you are into drugs.[/quote]
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by chemosupremo(f): 8:59pm On Oct 31, 2020
please anyone in Regina uni that can help out on the process of admission.


I will really appreciate.
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by ednut1(m): 9:08pm On Oct 31, 2020
chemosupremo:
please anyone in Regina uni that can help out on the process of admission.



I will really appreciate.
the steps are on the school website
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by prettybimbim: 10:45pm On Nov 15, 2020
jaiye4love:
Pls I need a Nigerian residing in Saskatchewan province who can let me present him like a distance relative as I just got invitation to apply as the occupation in demand.

I will be most greatful

And you think you will find your family members here right? Please this is a public space ,people should go to their villages to find their family members,and stop asking for illegal/ criminal favours online.

This post is for those living in Saskatchewan, dont let the province bar nigerians from participating because of all these illegal things .

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Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by fmzzy(m): 12:24pm On Nov 16, 2020
Please for those living in Saskatchewan as Nigeria immigrants, help a brother, I need a reference letter, I know we Nigerian have a good heart to support and raise one another in a difficult time, this is another difficult time to help a brother. Please someone should help me as a matter of urgency.

Thanks

You can send me an email for a necessary information about me. oluwafemi_bolaji@yahoo.com.
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by Kinkykinky: 1:07pm On Nov 16, 2020
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Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by RonkeGoke(f): 4:24am On Nov 21, 2020
Anyways the cold in Saskatchewan is something else but I'm sure many Nigerians would not mind the cold if they have the opportunity to come to Canada grin. However, on the good side, the cost of housing is fairly moderate compared to most cities in Ontario.
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by debssy(m): 12:07pm On Nov 21, 2020
Hi RonkeGoke,

Please i just got ITA? what's the minimum proof of fund required for a family of 2?. Can I chat you in private?
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by RonkeGoke(f): 12:55pm On Nov 21, 2020
According to info on Canada immigration website, a family of 2 will require $16,135 that is Canadian dollars. Juat say approximately $16,500 CAD. You can convert that with the prevailing exchange rate.

debssy:
Hi RonkeGoke,

Please i just got ITA? what's the minimum proof of fund required for a family of 2?. Can I chat you in private?
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by RonkeGoke(f): 1:20pm On Nov 21, 2020
Hello!

Is there anyone here who lives in the axis of Regina or Weyburn and knows how to braid hair? Or do you know somebody who knows somebody that braids hair in Regina smiley
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by Dollywood(m): 8:01pm On Nov 21, 2020
RonkeGoke:
Hello!

Is there anyone here who lives in the axis of Regina or Weyburn and knows how to braid hair? Who do you know somebody who knows somebody that braids hair in Regina smiley

Your location still says Nigeria.
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by RonkeGoke(f): 9:50pm On Nov 22, 2020
Hahaha. So there's even a location. I don't check that.

Dollywood:


Your location still says Nigeria.

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Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by BlegendE: 10:29pm On Nov 22, 2020
Good evening friends. I wish you well. I just got my APPROVED study Visa. My DLI is the University of Saskatchewan Canada. I hope to travel this December. Based on the school's quarantine plan, I will be spending about $940 in 14days in a hotel or hostel. I need your help. I wish to share an apartment with a fellow saskat. I can't pay alone for the accomodation. Please help

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Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by RonkeGoke(f): 10:45pm On Nov 22, 2020
If you check on kijiji you can get a shared apartment in the range of $500 - $600 in Saskatoon.
BlegendE:
Good evening friends. I wish you well. I just got my APPROVED study Visa. My DLI is the University of Saskatchewan Canada. I hope to travel this December. Based on the school's quarantine plan, I will be spending about $940 in 14days in a hotel or hostel. I need your help. I wish to share an apartment with a fellow saskat. I can't pay alone for the accomodation. Please help

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