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Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by czaratwork: 10:49am On Apr 17
salford:

In addition. If you are buying from the US (majority of sellers are based in the states), you may be required to pay import duties. This could make the cost of your item significantly higher.

There are lots of scammers on ebay so you have to watch out, so before making a purchase, ensure that the seller has lots of reviews (positive reviews are even better).

Thanks for the additional info.
Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by czaratwork: 11:06pm On Apr 16
Iyamefa:


Yes plenty of times. Go online or download the app and register. Ensure you’re on eBay Canada and not eBay US. Some of the products might be sort from the eBay US site automatically then you get to pay in CAD for them. Just like any other shopping site, place items in your cart, checkout and pay. The end

Thanks. I will do that.
Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by czaratwork: 7:25pm On Apr 16
iaatmguy:
thanks, I believe another opening would be hers.
Obviously it's not timetime smiley

Oh yeah. Just to let you know tax professionals have job openings as well.
Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by czaratwork: 7:24pm On Apr 16
pyruvateluv:

No one for males?

None that i am aware of.
Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by czaratwork: 5:28pm On Apr 16
https://canadianimmigrant.ca/canadas-top-25-immigrants/vote

The founder of black female accountant network has been shortlisted for selection as one of the 25 new immigrants award.

The 75 shortlisted names are arranged in alphabetical order and her name is Jenny Okonkwo.

Kindly use this link to scroll to her name and vote for her.

Thank you for supporting one of our own.

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Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by czaratwork: 5:20pm On Apr 16

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Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by czaratwork: 5:17pm On Apr 16
Are you a black female accountant or finance profession? Have you joined our network? It is a network of black professionals helping themselves integrate into the system.

Please if you are interested, i will drop a link here to guide your joining the group.

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Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by czaratwork: 5:14pm On Apr 16
iaatmguy:
contact balogunsam. i believe he is into stuffs like this

Thanks for the info. Just got someone share in my network here of tax job openings in KPMG Toronto. if only your wife was around she would have benefited from it because the network gives you advantage over others.

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Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by czaratwork: 10:02am On Apr 16
iaatmguy:
guys please

What experience does she intend to use to get a job? Which designation does she intend to flaunt in the job market.

The market does not recognize ACCA and also your last 5 years experience determines where you will get job.

Tax is a hot market here regardless of your country. They believe it is just a little brushing up that you will need. I have seen Nigerians get tax related jobs with their Nigerian experience.. Some firms are purely into tax only and recruit people with tax experience. The big 4s too have tax openings too.

My suggestion is that she gets into the market with her experience and then move to her desired role. That is not to say it will not work out the way she wants it. Nothing is cast on stone here. What you really need is networking. If you meet the right person, you can get a role that will blow your mind.

Delaying her ACCA conversion can also affect her integration because the time wasted in conversion after you have landed can make you rusty for your role. She should come all armed for any job that may come her way.

My 2 cents.

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Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by czaratwork: 6:57pm On Apr 15
Please has anyone here successfully bought something on ebay?

Please how does it work?
Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by czaratwork: 6:56pm On Apr 15
DadR:
This is for those who are physically present in Canada right?


Yes and at the location. It's a job fair.

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Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by czaratwork: 5:18pm On Apr 15
https://jobs.td.com/en-CA/jobs/9406854/td-moncton-career-fair-april-18-2019-moncton-ca/


TD Career fair at Moncton New Brunswick on Thursday April 18th 2019

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Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by czaratwork: 4:30am On Apr 14
The reason we are the most schooled in the US is because unlike here where you get work permit after studies, the only reason you will have to remain in the US after studies is that you are enrolled for another program or you got a job.

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Religion / Re: Prophetess Nonnie Roberson Is Dead by czaratwork: 7:13pm On Apr 10
chuose2:


Have testimonies no poured in about Adeboye raising the dead ?

Yet we all know he is a charlatan.


The woman was of Satan, a female Freemason.

Yours is a sorry case. Okay bye.

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Religion / Re: Prophetess Nonnie Roberson Is Dead by czaratwork: 5:23pm On Apr 10
Olawrites:
The woman is an idiot. A she-goat that incite ladies against men. F*k the bitch. Feminist biatch.All they do in that group is to gather, one of them brings up a juicy story to deceive ignorant others about how Evil Men was in their life and the hatred on men begin.
They even advise the married ones on how to deal with their husbands, kill him, deprive of something, tackle his mother & siblings etc.
Some of those bitter women eventually spilled into Nairaland.
Needless to say, none of them was married and the few that were had very dirty marriages.

She no let us enjoy ladies.

She dey craze grin

Please don't say what you don't know.

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Religion / Re: Prophetess Nonnie Roberson Is Dead by czaratwork: 5:22pm On Apr 10
chuose2:


That woman was a fake person.

I am surprised that Nigerians could not tell.



That woman was w charlatan to the core.



What he said is in order.

If you please God by faith in Jesus & not lead people to hell then you will make heaven.

That woman was fake


Please stop.

This is a woman that her group churned out so many testimonies of marriages, babies and financial breakthroughs. Testimonies were still pouring in from members yesterday oblivious of the fact that she has gone to be with the Lord. A closed prayergroup of sisters just like the sisters fellowship you have in brick and mortar. It is closed like any other group on facebook that limits its post to members. As soon as you join, you are also able to add your friends. When members post their engagement/wedding testimonies, they tag their spouses. There is nothing secretive about what is done there. Some days are designated for fasting and prayers and prayer points are posted to guide the programme.

Even if you lay down your life for people, you will still see people saying you did not lay it down very well. Meanwhile the people from the other kingdom whose work she was frustrating with the prayers will now be rejoicing and carrying falsehood about her not knowing that God's work cannot be stopped.

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Religion / Re: Prophetess Nonnie Roberson Is Dead by czaratwork: 4:38pm On Apr 10
LuciferRedeemed:
This was one of the pioneers of the aggressive & frustrated feminists you see in Nigeria today.

I once sneaked into that evil group & witnessed first-hand, how she brainwashed fish-brained females to hate men.
All they do in that group is to gather, one of them brings up a juicy tale about The Evil That Men Do and BOOM! grin hatred unleashed.
They even advise the married ones on how to deal with their husbands, kill him, deprive of something, tackle his mother & siblings etc.

Some of those bitter women eventually spilled into Nairaland.
Needless to say, none of them was married and the few that were had very dirty marriages.

I can't waste precious RIPs on this hell-bound idiot.



*spits angry

You are very wrong. It's a prayer group. Of course your moniker says it all but God is gonna raise more of her to deal with your likes. She does not need your RIP. Work for yours while you still have breathe in you. It's a wicked world indeed. A woman given to good works.

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Politics / Re: Nigerian Economy Is On The Right Track - IMF by czaratwork: 7:45am On Apr 04
Who is the finance minister? Never in the news.
Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by czaratwork: 6:38am On Apr 04
https://canadianimmigrant.ca/canadas-top-25-immigrants/vote

Hi my people. RBC is in the process of selecting 25 immigrants for award. Kindly help me vote for Jenny Okonkwo who is the founder of Black Female Accountant Network. (A network that helps black female accountants and Finance professionals settle into the system).

The names are arranged in alphabetical order.
Thank you.

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Politics / Re: "The Buhari I Know Is Vindictive And Petty" - Reno Omokri by czaratwork: 9:30am On Apr 03
Is he no longer Jubrin from Sudan?

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Crime / Re: Lady Hangs Herself In Enugu A Day After Being Rescued From Committing Suicide by czaratwork: 8:11pm On Mar 16
I hope you all read that she has a mental problem

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Business / Re: Witness Reveals How Akingbola Allegedly Bought London Property For £9.7 Million by czaratwork: 7:19am On Mar 14
They want to reverse the judgement and reclaim intercontinental bank for akingbola based on the credibility of the witness. Now that saraki has lost his power. They are going somewhere.

Please return akingbola's bank to him.

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Crime / Re: 10 Years On, EFCC Reopens Erastus Akingbola’s Trial by czaratwork: 6:40am On Mar 13
I hope it is because of Saraki they reopened this case. They should leave Akingbola alone o.

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Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by czaratwork: 8:56pm On Mar 10
TFLASHOGEE:
good day E-family their Is nothing much to worry about cause the plane was from (Addis ababa Ethiopia to Nairobi Kenya) and not the regular to canny

This was my thought when i heard the news until i heard otherwise. May God rest the souls of those that died and shield us from timely death.

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Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by czaratwork: 1:38am On Mar 06
Treasure1611:
Hello My people good day, I would really love to hear from anyone living in New Brunswick. The choice of province to settle is a tough one. We are considering Job opportunities vs Cost of living.
We are wondering if New Brunswick is a good idea for a new immigrant to land and if there are also huge job market for people in finance/banking. Although I'm aware that Ontario is the financial hub of Canada, but worried about the cost of living there.

Will appreciate inputs please, its been a tustle of the mind and we hope to land soon.

Thank you so much.

TD bank is currently recruiting for their finance hub in Monckton. Visit their site. That is if they are still recruiting. It's been on for a while.

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 7 by czaratwork: 12:21am On Mar 01
Please is it true that WES now needs our WAEC result for credentials evaluation? Please which of the bodies is fastest for this exercise?

Awaiting urgent response.
Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by czaratwork: 5:14pm On Feb 26
voguemum:


Waina maker is commercially sold as a "vitumbua maker", It is a non stick electrical appliance use to fry vitumbua also known as waina or masa in the Northern part of Nigeria.

"Waina" or "Masa" is a popular delicacy amongst the Hausas. The dish is basically made from a slightly fermented rice meal and it is similar to a pan fried rice cake which is paired with pumpkin or groundnut soup. And of course it is highly nutritious.

Below is a picture of the vitumbua maker a.k.a waina maker.

So sorry for the distraction...*runs away* grin

Please when you have prepared your masa with kulikuli pepper, let me know so that i can come and greet you. I can also manage it with vegetable stew.

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Crime / Re: Father Rapes his two daughters In Oyo State by czaratwork: 7:49pm On Feb 21
rastaLivity:
Allah forbids such_he just can't wait for his 66 virgins in paradise

Phillip is a Christian

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Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by czaratwork: 4:17am On Feb 21
https://www.google.ca/amp/s/www.flare.com/news/doug-ford-changes-for-ontario/amp/

Those of us in Ontario, the time to enjoy the OSAP loan is now especially the part of it that you don't have to repay. By next year, a lot will change. I hear people are rushing to enjoy it while it lasts.

If you have the intention to go to school, delay no further as we don't know what OSAP will look like next year.

Please anyone well informed should enlighten us on changes in OSAP loan.

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Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by czaratwork: 8:58pm On Feb 15
Please can we end bullying boss13? This is cyberbullying and it's not right. He made a suggestion which didn't fly, Do we still have to overflog it? For all you know he may have a useful post for us but at this rate, he would not post it. Please let's end it. Thanks.

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Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by czaratwork: 6:20am On Feb 15
amdman:
TESTIMONY TIME

So I have been 6weeks in Canada and I can say that God has been so faithful, so much so that my greatest challenge many a times is making the best choice amongst many good options. Here are a few highlights:

Starting a Business
Participating in Acces' Entrepreneurship Connections has been very helpful in getting to understand how things work here. My business' niche is highly regulated, so there is a lot of work to be done. Lots of useful contacts made. Looking forward to Business Day 1.

Finding Work
First week of February, I decided to start job-hunting so that bills will be getting paid. Before the week was out, I got and resumed at this interesting job at an Airline Servicing Company. Also got an RBC invite for an info session and interview. Aced it and got an offer to resume at RBC this February as a fulltime staff. They will be bearing the cost of obtaining some certification that I require. Today, I got another offer from TD Bank...but RBC's offer appears better, and I love the atmosphere at RBC's head office where I will be working.

Finding Accommodation
This has remarkably been easy. When I needed to move from Airbnb to a more permanent accommodation, I found a lovely place in Toronto where the Landlady didn't care about my newness to Canada. No job reference, credit check or guarantor required and rent is paid month to month (not first and last as is usually required). Now because of my new job at RBC, I need to move to Mississauga. Guess what? A Canadian friend connected me to a couple in Brampton that have a furnished 1-bedroom basement apartment for rent and we agreed on a month to month rent of $625 CAD! For a 1-bed apartment within GTA! Amazing!

There are so many other things to be thankful for in this new place called HOME, and it can only get better.

TIP: Doing as much research as possible before landing is important to hit the ground running.

Congrats. More to come.

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Politics / Re: Buhari: I Will Probe $16bn Obasanjo Spent On Power Project by czaratwork: 9:32am On Feb 13
Goandsitdown. Afraid dey catch Obj. Nigerians will take you seriously when you start by probing yourself and your party members. Vindictive old man.

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