Eles amam o Quebec mas estão se mudando para o Oeste


Recentemente o jornal Global Mail fez esta reportagem e aconselho os futuros imigrantes que estão perto de vir para o Canadá ou que ainda estão pensando em vir que estudem bem sobre o local aonde desejam morar, principalmente sobre as oportunidades de trabalho. Infelizmente o que está acontecendo no momento é que a cada dia cresce mais o número de imigrantes que foram para o Quebec e depois de alguns meses acabam se mudando para Alberta, Saskatchewan ou Manitoba, inclusive tem acontecido com muitos brasileiros de virem para Calgary.

Alguns pontos importantes que achei na reportagem:

* They had neither jobs nor a place to live. But they were sure it was the right decision (Quebec).

* Quebec is “very beautiful, very clean,”...But they could not see a future, not one with gainful employment, anyway, and at least seven other couples they know have come to the same conclusion.

* Statistics Canada figures for the first 11 months of this year show that Quebec has by far the country’s highest unemployment rate for immigrants, at 11.5 per cent. It also has a higher unemployment gap between immigrants and non-immigrants than any other province.

* In those five years, Quebec has lost more than 40,000 residents through interprovincial migration

* By last year, more than 62,000 newcomers who arrived between 2000 and 2009 had gone

* The more educated immigrants were, the likelier they were to pack up.

* We have better chances out west

* “I have some friends [in Montreal] who are writing their theses,” she says. “They are almost at the end of their education. And they told us they plan to come to Calgary.”

Sem dúvida seria muito bom se a econômia atual estivesse bem em qualquer lugar e que os imigrantes conseguissem um trabalho descente independente de onde eles escolhessem morar, mas este não é cenário atual no Canadá.

A economia está crescendo mas a passos bem lentos e a tendencia é que permaneça assim por muito tempo. Quem sabe em alguns anos este cenário mude e oportunidades voltem a apareçer em qualquer lugar do país.

Reportagem: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/new-canadians-love-quebec-but-theyre-leaving-it/article6673482/?page=all

Canada census shows people moving west: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/story/2012/02/08/census-2011-main.html

18 + 1 Razões para se Mudar para Calgary


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14. Calgary is a youthful city full of excitement and scores of wonderful people, where the average age is 35.7 years. Youthful populace brings energy and dedication to the workplace and family living and values to the city.

15. Naheed Nenshi was elected Calgary’s Mayor in recent years. Turns out that he is the first Muslim Mayor ever on the continent. This speaks to the level of acceptance that Calgarians typically have for different cultures and religions other than their own. Calgary is a multi-cultural and diverse city that welcomes and supports everyone!

16. Encana’s Bow Tower project will be the tallest office tower building at 58 stories, next only to Toronto’s First Canadian Place which is 72 stories. (The Bow was suppose to be 70 stories but shading concerns lowered the height to 58). This is the tallest building in Canada outside of Toronto and is the only Foster designed building in Canada!

17. Calgary is a place where people in front of you hold the door for you, a place where people say please and thank you and almost always give you the respect you deserve. I can honestly say that these actions, even though miniscule in the broader spectrum of life, do add up and can sometimes effect the way people feel about living in the place they do. What do you think? Let me know below!

18. Calgary has been rated the 5th best city to live in the world 3 years in a row by the Economist Magazine.

19. Em Calgary temos a igreja mais legal para Brasileiros do Canadá (quem faz parte de alguma igreja no Brasil sabe o quanto isso faz falta), e os retiros que fazemos são de tirar o fôlego ! Visite: www.cristaosbrasileiros.ca

Fonte: http://bestcalgaryhomes.com/many-reasons-to-relocate-to-calgary

 
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