Re: Americans working in Canada?

Subject: Re: Americans working in Canada?
From: Ginna Watts <gwatts -at- PIM -dot- BC -dot- CA>
Date: Tue, 7 Apr 1998 10:01:01 -0700

Being born and raised here, I've never applied to immigrate.
The Government of Canada has a pretty good Immigration web site:

http://cicnet.ci.gc.ca/english/coming/emain.html

From here there are links to forms and an FAQ.

As for jobs, it depends where you want to live. Toronto is booming, but I
think here (Victoria) is a nicer place to live.
(Yes Torontonians, having moved three years ago, I no longer believe that
your fair city is the center of the universe.)

Besides the excellent advice to check the paper Globe, the Globe also
maintains a career database, which has many ads (most of them in TO).:
careers.theglobeandmail.com

Finally, check the job banks of local STC chapters.
Word of warning, many Canadians complain that relocation assistance is
pretty rare, so you'll have to wanna move bad.

Hope this helps,
Ginna Watts - Technical Writer
Pacific International Mapping
Victoria, BC
(250) 727-0727
gwatts -at- pim -dot- bc -dot- ca


>Add my name to the "list" of curious tech writers about Canadian jobs. I
>have 15 years in technical writing, most in a software environment. Plus,
>my grandfather was Canadian and I have cousins living in most provinces.
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>Denise L. Fritch
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>At 09:10 AM 4/7/98 -0700, Julie Knoeller wrote:
>>Perhaps someone out there in Canada could tell me what the chances are of
>>Americans getting hired in technical communications jobs in Canada... Does
>>it happen, or are there enough Canadians to fill all the jobs? As someone
>>who wouldn't AT ALL mind relocating, I'm very curious. Thanks.
>>
>>julie
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