St. John's, NL

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  1. Any SACanada members currently still in the St.John's area?

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  2. How's Long Harbour, Nfld?

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  3. It's a beautiful day ...

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  4. Newfie!!! Leef julle nog ?

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  5. Newfieland

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  6. South African Acoustic Guitarist Tony Cox

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  • 5 Most Recent Posts

    • LidiaS77
      It is a popular retirement destination but there are also people of all ages living on Vancouver Island. Langford, for example, is one of the fastest growing cities in Canada with especially young families moving there. The little town of Sidney has an obvious older population but many of the other areas have people of all ages living there. From personal experience I would say there is no lack of job opportunities or space to grow a career, especially in the tech sector. Cost of living and housing prices are high, but in return you get to live in one of the most beautiful places in the world 🙂
    • RFed
      Wow, that is great score! Based on recent draws, you should definitely get your PR. We entered the EE pool this week on 454 points. Age is slightly against us as I am 34 and wife 37 which is why we lost points. If anyone knows of any job avenues we can follow besides Canada Job Bank, please let me know! I work within the banking field in data analytics and have B.Eng (Stellenbosch), B.Com Hons (UCT), M.Com (UCT) and MDP (Stellenbosch business school). Wife works as finance manager (CA SA) and has B.BusSci (CA option @ UCT),  Masters in finance (WITS) and MBA (UCT). Please inbox me if anyone knows of anything as we would need a job to get the +50 CRS points to qualify for PR.  
    • JohanR
      Congrats, now the final stretch. See you are coming to my valley. Shout if you have any questions  
    • JDP29
      Hi Ozzie1404, we received back our ECA from WES on the 21st July, so Wife got masters approved and a couple of bachelors, and my LLB was approved as a 4 year bachelors.
    • MaryJane
      Hey Ozzie PCC should be valid for 6 months, with an option to renew around the 6th month mark.