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PostPosted: Tue Nov 13, 2007 1:40 am 
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hi guys just wanna know...cuz my aunt told me to migrate there and i said yes but ummm i saw it on tv that it seems like canada is a deserted place! soooo i dunno if i'm gonna back out... i'm still a student, i haven't graduated yet but i wanna work na kc... i wanna help out my parents na... you know how it is here in the P.I. ...but still i dont want to make a wrong decission.


lastly marami b pinoy dyan?.... dyan nrin b kyo nag-asawa?...


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 13, 2007 6:40 am 
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All i know are the cops are bad. My cousin lives there and he told me the cops dont play around.


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 13, 2007 6:42 am 
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maraming pinoy.... (here in tor)

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 13, 2007 6:48 am 
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SieteSuerte wrote:
maraming pinoy.... (here in tor)


yea i visited my cousin in missisauga dont know if i spelled it right but we went to the park and most of the people playing ball are pinoys.


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 13, 2007 6:58 am 
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lbcya99 wrote:
SieteSuerte wrote:
maraming pinoy.... (here in tor)


yea i visited my cousin in missisauga dont know if i spelled it right but we went to the park and most of the people playing ball are pinoys.



that's right, pinoys are all over the place.

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 14, 2007 3:02 pm 
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what about in ontario? rami rin b pinoy dun?

tnx guys that sounds comforting!

@lbcya99 compared to our cops which is worse? cuz i think our cops are the worst cops in the whole friggin world! :lol:


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 15, 2007 1:27 pm 
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amfness wrote:
what about in ontario? rami rin b pinoy dun?

tnx guys that sounds comforting!

@lbcya99 compared to our cops which is worse? cuz i think our cops are the worst cops in the whole friggin world! :lol:


In ontario? there's a lot, specially here in GTA

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 16, 2007 6:31 pm 
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- the lifestyle is pretty good up here for the most part.

- we are pay a lot of taxes over 40% of your earnings go towards taxes.

- Prof. or Blue collar jobs are not that hard to find these days unless you are looking for a job east of Quebec City into the Maritime provinces.

- strong economy for over a decade and our CDN$ has surpassed the USD right now....don't know how long it will be like that.

- excellent social programs and pretty good health care coverage but its not easy to find a good doctor these days.

- most Canadian major cities are made up of a diverse ethnic population and pinoys account for a large number of visible ethnic groups in Canada.

- its not uncommon to meet pinoys up here representing 3rd and 4th generations of Fil-Cans.

-3/4 of the year is cool to cold some cities have longer winters than average - Calgary, Edmonton, Montreal, Quebec City, Fredricton, St. John.

-Vancouver Area & Windsor, ON is the warmest place in Canada all year round.

- The Canadian Gov't had a huge Federal Tax Gain surplus while most major cities are struggling with their own municipal finances

hope that helps 8)

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 17, 2007 9:32 am 
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@ sietesuerte - cool! tnx dude

@ swingman - who've mention a freakn' lot of info ... tnx a lot! i appreciate it! tnx :D


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 18, 2007 6:13 pm 
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amfness wrote:
@ sietesuerte - cool! tnx dude

@ swingman - who've mention a freakn' lot of info ... tnx a lot! i appreciate it! tnx :D

my bad grammatical error it should be "you've" hahaha...

guys i forgot to ask this earlier- are there comp. related jobs in canada? like comp. technician, network technician, web designing etc......tnx :jumpballs:


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 18, 2007 6:21 pm 
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amfness wrote:
amfness wrote:
@ sietesuerte - cool! tnx dude

@ swingman - who've mention a freakn' lot of info ... tnx a lot! i appreciate it! tnx :D

my bad grammatical error it should be "you've" hahaha...

guys i forgot to ask this earlier- are there comp. related jobs in canada? like comp. technician, network technician, web designing etc......tnx :jumpballs:


punta ka sa employment centers

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2007 1:30 pm 
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ahhh mei ganun pla dun...ok!...i've talked to my aunt yesterday and she told me not to worry cuz there's an awful lot of jobs there...


salamat nga pla sa inyong lahat ...ok na ako hihihi :D


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 23, 2007 10:59 am 
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you'll need to study here again to find a good job. don't expect too much. job? it depends, no one knows. but if you're willing to work in a grocery store etc..no problem...eventhough your educated in the Philippines as Doctor, Engr..etc..still nothing to them, they don't recognized it. http://www.notcanada.com


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 27, 2007 7:46 am 
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supermann wrote:
you'll need to study here again to find a good job. don't expect too much. job? it depends, no one knows. but if you're willing to work in a grocery store etc..no problem...eventhough your educated in the Philippines as Doctor, Engr..etc..still nothing to them, they don't recognized it. http://www.notcanada.com



Yes they will, all you have to do is challenge the board exams and if you pass then you can practice your profession here. I've met quite a few pinoys who actually challenged the exams and pass it and now they are Doctors and nurses here as well.

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Standards of credentialling various professions may vary from province to province and the same goes for evaluating your post secondary or post graduate qualifications.

For Internationally Trained Engineers, here is a reference point (Ontario, CA.)
http://www.peo.on.ca/

For Foriegn Trained Doctors interested in Canada, here's an excellent University with a Medical Curriculum/Residency/Locum that is well known internationally and probably has the best research orientation and results in Canada.
http://www.medicine.dal.ca/education/facts.htm

For those interested seeking international scholarship in social sciences check this out.
"Foreign nationals pursuing doctoral studies at Canadian institutions will also be supported, with a preference for candidates from the developing world."
http://www.fondationtrudeau.ca/trudeauf ... ogram?l=en

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