into Canada these days does not have to come completely uninformed about his/her new environment I would say that to be an understatement. It is almost impossible not to be reasonably well informed about the new country
The following links will provide an incredible wealth of information:
The Official Site, the Citizenship and Immigration Canada:
Before anyone contemplating a big step like emigrating , actually takes the plunge you should piece together all the information you can get and read it with the eyes and mind of a sceptic.
It is easy to get carried away, the grass often looks so much greener , especially when you're fed up with your boss or the government. Canada is still a land of opportunities, but overzealous government regulations have already given us an awful lot of red tape and the fear of litigation given rise to some real ridiculous legislation.
The official sites have a reason to give a wealth of information: Canada needs skilled labour, trained professionals in all sorts of fields, preferably with a few years of experience.
There are still a few hurdles to be cleared before everything is the way it should be, but we think that the dire truth is slowly beginning to sink in : For starters, if Ontario does not in very short order manages to attract more trucking professionals, there will be some serious logistical problems that could jeopardize supply lines to the major centres. Most of the truckers in Ontario are in their fifties and older.