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Canada VS Australia to live in?

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#136 +hedleigh

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Posted 13 March 2013 - 03:46

Sydney is not the only city in Australia. I love living in a country town. Low crime rate, quiet, no problems getting around, friendly and laidback lifestyle, people are more respectiful to other than those in cities.


Yes it is. You ask them and they'll tell you. :shiftyninja: :laugh:


#137 compl3x

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Posted 16 March 2013 - 16:54

Um.. yes you are... All you've done is gone around name-calling and trolling for absolutely no reason.
There's no reason for you to get all upset when somebody speaks their opinion on your beloved Australia...


1. I didn't name-call. I pointed out I thought woefully ill-informed opinions were stupid.

2. Where did I troll, exactly? Every comment I regarded as stupid, including yours, was, in my opinion, stupid. Why? Because they were ill-informed. Australia's government has it's problems and critics, like all governments worldwide. People aren't automatically hated if they come here from another background and we don't have some out of control Mafia problem.

You made an asinine comment (fear not, because in this topic you aren't alone) and became defensive because I pointed that out.

#138 Rogestone

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Posted 25 February 2015 - 22:32

I'm living in Canada as Permanent Resident since more than 2 years and working as a computing engineer
I'd say the climate is very important in the balance, there's no comparison between the warm weather and the paradisiac beaches of Australia and the hard arctic climate here in Canada, nights at 4:30 pm in november, used to the mediterranean climate I have tomtake vitamin-D to reduce anxiety and long nights depression :(
With the upcoming new citizenship law this year I'm planning to move to Australia or NZ
Started tomlook a job remotely, hopefully I can find something with better salary to face the life cost in Australia