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Posts By Sue

Living in Saskatchewan

May 25, 2007 |

"I have read a couple of articles about moving to Canada and the views expressed have been a bit negative. I am a 53 year old lady who gave up a good job and dragged her 16 year old daughter to Saskatchewan. WHERE I hear you ask? Yes, a lot of Brits have probably not heard of Saskatchewan, leave alone visited here. Saskatchewan is flown over, bypassed by tourists and frankly, not even mentioned by most travel agencies."
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September 7, 2006 |

Last year we finally ended our journey with the U.S Citizenship & Immigration service. Looking back at the trip we had taken to reach this point, I initially thought that by moving to America I'd given up the chance of advancing my career, as it turned out that was not the case. I ended up finding out I had hidden job skills yet to be discovered! Read More

An Interview with … SarahB in New Zealand

April 12, 2006 |

"I am 38, and my partner Vince is 37. We have a son, Thomas, and he’s nearly 2 and a half. We lived in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. We still have 2 houses in Peterborough and rent them both out through a property management company.  Vince is a Software Engineer and I am a stay at home mum. In December 2004 Vince received an email from the boss of the NZ branch where he works, asking if we wanted to move to New Zealand." Continuing our series of interviews, Sarah tells us how she is finding life in the land of The Long White Cloud. Read More

An Interview with …. lynnxa

March 14, 2006 |

"When our house in the UK was selling we came over to Javea for a holiday, as we had many times in the past. We had always thought about maybe retiring here, then one day hubby just turned to me & asked if I’d prefer living here ….. I jumped at the chance!" The fifth in our series of interviews, Lynnxa explains how she moved to Spain and how her children are coping with school.
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An Interview with …. Mark

January 8, 2006 |

"I woke up on New Year’s Day 2004 and realized I did not want to live in England anymore." In the second of our new series, Mark shares the story of how he and his family emigrated to Canada, and how he is finding Canadian life.

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