- Canada Pension Plan
Posted on Sunday, December 14th, 2008 in Canada – Comments: (3)During the year of 2008, I’ve been reading a lot of information about Personal Finance that I’d like to share with my readers. Doing that, everybody could benefit – right? So, my wife and I decided to track at the beginning of next year all expenses that we will have. When we know the numbers, we’re able to make decisions of what to do with our income.
- Government jobs and the global economic crisis
Posted on Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008 in Canada – Comments: (0)As soon as the month finishes, I usually check my statistics to understand the trend towards How to Live in Canada. Global economics around the word is responsible in part for job cuts right? Can you imagine which post was the most visited post at How to Live in Canada during November? If not, I can list to you in order: Work as a firefighter in Toronto Work as a teacher in Ontario How to find a job in Canada with no Canadian experience Ontario Public Sector salary disclosure 2008 Salary in Canada: How much should I receive?
- Highway conditions in Canada
Posted on Tuesday, December 2nd, 2008 in Toronto – Comments: (0)How often do you check the weather conditions in your country? Back in Brazil, I’ve never done that before. We usually have the temperature around 32 degrees Celsius and of course – we did not have to worry about the weather.However, once we immigrated to Canada, this is something that we check every day. Weather is always a topic in conversations with Canadians.
- Medical professionals in Toronto
Posted on Monday, December 1st, 2008 in Toronto – Comments: (0)Are you an international medical professional living in Toronto or GTA? If that’s your case, tomorrow you maybe have a chance to learn more about your profession in Canada with a workshop. This workshop is focused exclusively on the field of medicine.During the workshop you will: Learn more about Canadian Medical professional designations Understand the types of medical jobs available in Canada and where to find them Prepare a professional resume and cover letter Find out how to work with medical recruiters Prepare for job interviews, and Develop a job search strategy tailored for their field and needsIf you are a doctor and are interested in learning more about your field, here’s what you have to know:The workshop will be held December 2nd, 3rd, and 4th, 2008 from 9:30 a.
- Work as a pharmacist in Canada
Posted on Monday, December 8th, 2008 in Immigration – Comments: (2)I’ve been receiving a lot of e-mails from readers interested in live and work in Canada. Then, I realized that the best way to help everybody is to answer those questions here. First of all, I am not an expert and the only information that I found was based on government and agencies websites dedicated to people interested in Canada.Here’s an e-mail from a reader, living in Italy:Hi, I’m an Italian pharmacist tired of living in this country where everything goes wrong.