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Saturday, November 12, 2011

Moving to Alberta Canada

Nowadays, it’s easier to find an apartment through online apartment locators. Our friends who moved to Canada did not have to look hard for rentals in Edmonton. It saved them a lot of time, effort and money. They found a good deal with hardly any effort.

A lot of our friends in the Philippines have migrated to Canada.  Canada has so much to offer. Cool, clean place to live, job opportunities for all ages, good education, free medical insurance… and so much more!

Like them, we know how it feels to uproot and move to another country. One of the basic things to take care of is the housing. I remember another friend based here in Houston helped us look for an apartment located in a safe area near our place of work.  It would have been easier if we knew then about apartment locators that offer  a lot of options  –prices, types of housing (apartment, loft, condo etc.)  Turned out the area where we moved in wasn’t that safe at all. We moved after just three months. It is now easier to find an apartment through online apartment locators. Our friends who moved to Canada did not have to look hard. They utilized one of those apartment locators and they were able to pull up a lot of information needed to get a good deal in a good spot.

They are now settled and is fast beginning to be adjusted in their new place, with new friends... and a new life.

We can’t wait to visit them and to see Muttart Conservatory at Aleberta, Canada.




1 comments:

RNSANE said...

Tess, the entire province of Alberta, Canada is spectacular. You will have to see so much of it. From one end to the other, there is so much to see, breathtaking scenery and amazing adventures. I was a guest of the Canadian government and their tourism industry quite a number of years ago and they showed us around for four days. We went everywhere and did everything. We spent a night at Chateau Lake Louise, had lunch at Jasper Park Lodge, visited the Royal Tyrell Dinoasaur Museum in their Badlands Region, went to Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump which is rich in the history of Alberta's Indian tribes - they even hosted a mini Calgary Stampede for us.

I've never gotten back to Alberta but I would so love to return again.

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