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Brazil bllk 
Hi i just want an honest opnion about witch province it's better to live at. I'm planning to move to another country and i always thought about Canada, but i can't decide what province would be better. I already know that in New brunshwick it's a lot cheaper to live than the rest, but it's a good place to live?
2020-01-28 19:11
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brazil
2020-01-28 19:11
#2
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Brazil FAZE_FALLEN 
come to brazil
2020-01-28 19:12
That sounds like a threat wtf
2020-01-28 19:13
#6
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Brazil FAZE_FALLEN 
brazil is safer since bolsonaro was elected
2020-01-28 19:14
I didn't mean that Brazil is unsafe or whatever. That "come to brasil" just sounds like we just had an argument and you want to have a fight irl
2020-01-28 19:15
#9
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Brazil FAZE_FALLEN 
come to brazil
2020-01-28 19:16
come to Brazil
2020-01-28 19:40
come to Brazil
2020-01-28 19:41
come to brazil
2020-01-28 20:51
#4
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Sweden meistr0 
Well, i never been to Canada xd But, i like "Newfoundland and Labrador", looks sick AF. But thats because i love nature.
2020-01-28 19:13
#7
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Brazil bllk 
i do like it as well but it seems too small idk
2020-01-28 19:15
#10
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Sweden meistr0 
Well, that depends on if you want to live in the big cities or in smaller towns etc.
2020-01-28 19:16
#17
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Brazil bllk 
for me what really matters it's the amount of money i'll need for the visa college, living etc, the less the better caus the first months can be rough if i don't find a job that quickly
2020-01-28 19:32
#5
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South America TheJuan 
Brasil
2020-01-28 19:13
#11
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United States girls 
depends on what you like to do if you like nature and shit then BC although ime people from bc not as friendly as people from eg ontario or montreal ,or the atlantic !
2020-01-28 19:19
#14
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Brazil bllk 
BC look pretty amazing, the only problem it's about the college along with rent, it's really expensive, Going there its an option but it would take me alot more years to have the amount
2020-01-28 19:21
canada part of japan
2020-01-28 19:18
Quebec or Ontario
2020-01-28 19:20
#15
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Brazil bllk 
Quebec it's really good when comes to the utilities as well, but can't speak french yet. What part of Ontario do you mean?
2020-01-28 19:27
I mean Ottawa since it’s quiet imo. Toronto is also decent when it come to diversity (malls, restaurants, chinatown and more..), but their transport system is shit if i remember. Yeah, Quebec is also good but the only problem is that their roads are shit and even worse than Ontario.
2020-01-28 19:32
#23
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Brazil bllk 
Transportation it's really important too cause i don't plan to have any car when i arrive. I heard that toronto it's pretty much like São Paulo where i live currently. to be honest it's too crowded but it don't bother me that much. i look for city that it's on the middle, not crowded as Downtown toronto but big enough as BC or Ottawa too. More eager to smaller cities
2020-01-28 19:39
Then maybe Ottawa or Kingston might be good for you. Kingston: en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kingston,_Ontari..
2020-01-28 19:43
I live in Ottawa, Ontario it is ok here, stay clear from Quebec extreme levels of xenophobia over there.
2020-01-28 19:34
Wtf only people with low iq or live in the countryside are xenophobic. The city where I live are kind toward immigrants.
2020-01-28 19:37
#27
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Sweden GeT_CoRrEcT 
Oh shut up.
2020-01-28 19:41
Lol you don’t know jackshit in Montreal or Quebec City since you’ve never go there
2020-01-28 19:46
#39
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Sweden GeT_CoRrEcT 
You sound stupid. Can you explain exactly what you mean by xenophobia. And why are you countrysideophobic?
2020-01-28 19:49
I’m not countryphobic, it’s just because if people live in the countryside they’re likely isolated and become xenophobic. I bet you’re triggered because you live in a countryside.
2020-01-28 19:55
#45
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Sweden GeT_CoRrEcT 
Should i be? Do you suggest we have lower IQ and that we literally have a "phobia" for some people? Or do you think there might be a reason behind being against mass immigration? People from the city tend to not know shit and just let others think for them.
2020-01-28 19:58
idk, Montreal is pretty xenophobic, imo
2020-01-28 19:42
Most of french canada seems to be xenophobic except towards a lot of people from Michigan, I guess because we always go to canada to party since we're so close and lower drinking age and they got used to us.
2020-01-28 19:45
i mean they know that u will go back to Michigan and u are there just to spend money, so they dont care much
2020-01-28 19:50
Yea, that was something I realized. They're still fairly friendly overall though which is nice. I'm not old enough to drink in Canada yet either but went with a few friends and we liquor store hopped and I just chilled in the car
2020-01-28 21:18
Well it depend from what area. If peoples come from the poor area, they’re most likely be xenophobic
2020-01-28 19:49
#49
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Canada ZHF 
+1
2020-01-28 20:08
i hear nunavit is nice this time of year
2020-01-28 19:37
#21
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Canada OGEST_OG_FAN 
I live in Vancouver, but since your brazillian and the real is really weak vs CAD, don’t go to Vancouver, but if you want to go to BC, Nanaimo and Victoria are really nice and quite affordable. And they’re close to the terminals so you can go downtown.
2020-01-28 19:38
#26
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Brazil bllk 
That's an issue that i have, our currency it's really weak against CAD. So i'll need almost 4x the money to afford the Start. Vancouver it's on the top 3 of my list, manly because of the weather being less agressive.
2020-01-28 19:41
#48
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Canada OGEST_OG_FAN 
I am actually brazillian as well. It’s 3 to 1 R$ to CAD. But Vancouver island is way cheaper and you should be able to afford an apartment there. Other areas like North Vancouver, Tsawassen, Coquitlam are much cheaper than downtown and they’re about 30 minutes away. There is also a large brazillian population here as well. And what kind of education do you have?
2020-01-28 20:07
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Canada Sharkey3322 
British Columbia is nice. Warmer weather than eastern Canada.
2020-01-28 19:38
#32
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Brazil bllk 
Yes, that's its something that makes it different, even tho i'm brazilian i don't enjoy this crazy hot weather, i'm more open to cold tempertures. But too much it's hard too haha. thx buddy
2020-01-28 19:43
Any city near Michigan is typically nice, but higher living rates from what I know (popular tourist area, and a lot of people from Michigan go there when they turn 19 to drink), or a bit more western which has warmer weather
2020-01-28 19:43
#36
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Brazil bllk 
never thought about it, good to know!
2020-01-28 19:46
Toronto and Vancouver are way too expensive to live, go somewhere cheaper, and just move later where u want
2020-01-28 19:43
#41
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Brazil bllk 
that's and option that i'll probrably consider later on. if doesn't work, try somewhere else, after the college of course
2020-01-28 19:54
#33
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Canada ProvexPyker 
Our housing market prices are pretty fucked tbh. Southern Ontario is good, a lot of cities actually are developing pretty fast in that area. Despite all the population density and development in that area I'd say they are doing a good job keeping nature it's own part of the cities.
2020-01-28 19:44
#43
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Brazil bllk 
Nature it's something really crazy in Canada, we don't nothing near where i live
2020-01-28 19:55
I live in Toronto it's expensive as fuck to live here (rent is high, housing prices are ridiculous) but lots of jobs, lots of things to do here. Honestly don't know too much about other cities or provinces. I have a friend from Labrador though and he said it gets -30 in the winter there and starts snowing before halloween. Vancouver is pretty pricey too but nicer weather than here and better views. Ottawa and Montreal are also decent larger size cities. If you move to any of the maritime provinces (Nova scotia, New Brunswick, PEI) the cost of living would be a lot cheaper than toronto or vancouver for sure
2020-01-28 19:48
#44
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Brazil bllk 
The Atlantic ones are the chepeast for sure, the problem i think it's weather that seems harder than other parts of Canada, but the college it's more the 40% chepear for international students, so i'm still searching. I plan to move around 2021 or 2022. To live in toronto or vancouver i would have to wait at least 1 ou 2 more years
2020-01-28 19:58
I think weather in the maritime provinces is maybe slightly worse than Toronto so it's still not that bad. Jan/Feb should be about -4 to -7 daily average depending on the city. They get more snow than here though.
2020-01-28 20:06
Don't come to SK because of the weather. One day last week we were colder than the planet Mars -51 degrees celcius
2020-01-28 20:12
Wtf lmao Its -3 here lol
2020-01-28 20:17
its good weather now atm but last week the best day was -24
2020-01-28 20:28
#47
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Canada Kry^tech 
Move to Hamilton, ON its on the otherside of the lake from toronto and its about a 30minute drive to tor during off peek hours. Rent is cheap, colleges/uni near by, lots of work in and around the area. Niagra falls, aswell is about a 30minute drive. local ontarians might tell you it isnt ideal, but its a great city to start in. certain areas can be rough, specifically around industrial parks. great area to buy a house in, prices are starting to go up. you cant afford BC, Quebec will not respect you if you cant speak, Sask/alberta can be good for work but its a barren wasteland.and the coast is gorgeous, and its cheap, but finding work is hard. most Newfoundland and nova scoatia inhabitants go out west to make meaningful money.
2020-01-28 20:06
Woaw you really say that about SK/AB expected from a liberal
2020-01-28 20:09
#65
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Canada Kry^tech 
give me a button that would nuke trudope and a 5km radius around him, i would push 8 times. for good measure.
2020-01-28 21:00
+1
2020-01-28 21:11
#59
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Brazil bllk 
Hamilton it's really good too, the prices for the college it's kinda expensive but the others things like utilities etc looks cheaper. Work it's something that i've heard people leaving the atlantic or near to get better jobs somewhere else, i just don't know how much of it it's true tho.
2020-01-28 20:40
#64
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Canada Kry^tech 
It sounds like you are a student, from that I would also say London, ON is a good choice. it is very much a college/uni city. thus alot of housing options for students are cheap aswell. the downside is its about 2 hours from toronto.
2020-01-28 20:59
Not Central Canada where I'm from. Probably Eastern Canada or BC
2020-01-28 20:08
#60
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Brazil bllk 
gotcha
2020-01-28 20:40
Quebec best canada
2020-01-28 20:12
#54
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Canada ZHF 
Nova Scotia’s not looking so hot right now. Prices increasing, roads are shit, no doctors, racism, and we’re about to get the coronavirus because our government wants Chinese exchange students from Wuhan, even after the Chinese government suggested not to :)
2020-01-28 20:14
#61
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Brazil bllk 
That's bad, There is a lot of Brazilians that recommends Nova Scotia, but there are some that doesn't, but those are the reasons. Hope no virus gets to you brother, thx
2020-01-28 20:48
saskatchewan has a cool name.
2020-01-28 20:15
#62
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Brazil bllk 
True, but its really hard to pronounce it. geez
2020-01-28 20:48
#69
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Canada ProvexPyker 
youtu.be/c_2pGhUt2j4 Obama pronouncing a city near Toronto wrong and never manages to get it right
2020-01-29 00:11
Alberta if oil prices are high, Vancouver or Ontario otherwise.
2020-01-28 20:30
I am moving to Canada next year for college. I can say that Vancouver and Toronto are amazing
2020-01-28 21:20
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