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Old Apr 2nd 2012, 4:54 pm   #166
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Old Apr 2nd 2012, 5:18 pm   #167
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well if you can survive in the UK I am guesisng you can survive in Canada right? I mean surely it can't be more expensive than the UK?
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well if you can survive in the UK I am guesisng you can survive in Canada right? I mean surely it can't be more expensive than the UK?
To be able to take advantage of the lifestyle I wanted Canada to offer me makes it considerably more expensive than the UK. Day to day living is not greatly different, but if all I could attain here was a similar lifestyle, what would be the point of moving? I'm not interested in comparable survival, I want improvement and that costs $
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^^ I was adressing the OP. ^^
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It is rather utilitarian/industrial isn't it?!
while not overly inspiring, it wasn't that bad and the area looks not too bad....ive seen much, much worse in manchester
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Hey! I have a house in Collingwood and will be moving there after I retire from the Army soon! What a great place it is! We cannot wait to come over. How are you settling into the area?

We bought about 5 years ago and have come over for holidays. I love the place.

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