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Joe304071 Aug 29th 2019 2:58 pm

Any good trucking companies in Nova Scotia?
 
Hi guys, I am in Canada since last year, doing a long haul between Canada and California most of the time. Currently staying at Manitoba but planing to move to Nova Scotia. Does anybody has some references on a decent trucking companies from there? Some companies better to avoid and some worth of try?

Thanks a lot for any responses

christmasoompa Aug 29th 2019 5:20 pm

Re: Any good trucking companies in Nova Scotia?
 
Just checking, but presumably you have PR - did you get it via the Manitoba PNP? If so, how long since you moved to Manitoba?

Joe304071 Aug 29th 2019 8:48 pm

Re: Any good trucking companies in Nova Scotia?
 
PR took 17 months since submitting. I did it before I landed in Canada, from the UK.

christmasoompa Aug 29th 2019 8:53 pm

Re: Any good trucking companies in Nova Scotia?
 

Originally Posted by Joe304071 (Post 12729178)
PR took 17 months since submitting. I did it before I landed in Canada, from the UK.

Yes, but was it a Manitoba PNP app, and if so, how long have you lived in Manitoba since getting it? Just want to make sure that you're not going to be risking your PR if you move to another province! If you weren't provincially nominated then no issues.

Joe304071 Aug 29th 2019 11:15 pm

Re: Any good trucking companies in Nova Scotia?
 
No, all clear in this matter. No need to worry about the PR but thanks👍

christmasoompa Aug 30th 2019 1:39 pm

Re: Any good trucking companies in Nova Scotia?
 

Originally Posted by Joe304071 (Post 12729223)
No, all clear in this matter. No need to worry about the PR but thanks

OK, good, just checking. Looked like from your other forum posts you were still trying to get a job offer there last year, so I assumed you couldn't have been PR there long. But if you've spent a couple of years there as PR before moving on or got PR via some other route, then no worries. :)

Joe304071 Aug 30th 2019 3:36 pm

Re: Any good trucking companies in Nova Scotia?
 
I do not have the PR, it was showing 17 months since submitting. I did it last year and despite getting closer to the finish line I am not willing to stay in MB for another 2 years at least till I’ll possibly get a citizenship and will be free to go anywhere. Getting the PR will let me change employer but mpnp will never let you move out of MB as they can immediatelly withdraw the letter for the PR and you will be breaking the conditions you came on. That’s why I’m interesting in moving, despite the price of aplying again in the different province. But it’s a province I don’t mind waiting for further years. And obtaining the PR there takes lot shorter too. That’s what I meant by No worries about the PR as I do not. I appreciate your care👍 but it’s not the point I was asking about in the thread. Have a great day😉

Pat5237 May 4th 2020 10:08 pm

Re: Any good trucking companies in Nova Scotia?
 

Originally Posted by Joe304071 (Post 12729021)
Hi guys, I am in Canada since last year, doing a long haul between Canada and California most of the time. Currently staying at Manitoba but planing to move to Nova Scotia. Does anybody has some references on a decent trucking companies from there? Some companies better to avoid and some worth of try?

Thanks a lot for any responses

Hi,

What company were you working for in Manitoba as I might like to apply?

christmasoompa May 5th 2020 8:45 am

Re: Any good trucking companies in Nova Scotia?
 

Originally Posted by Pat5237 (Post 12848320)
Hi,

What company were you working for in Manitoba as I might like to apply?

You've already got a LMIA and job offer for another company though? Waiting for any restrictions to be lifted will be quicker than going through the LMIA process again.

And please try not to bump such old threads. Please do only post on current threads, the date of the last post is on the left of it, thanks.


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