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Canadian working for a US company from Canada

I am a Canadian citizen and resident. There is a US company that is interested in working with me. They are okay with me working remotely if necessary. What are my options? [more inside]
posted by anonymous on Sep 24, 2013 - 1 answer

Winnipeg....here I come! Or may be not!

Tell me about living in Winnipeg, Canada. All the good, the bad and the ugly. Low salary and in scientific research and a foreign worker....what did you like and hate about it? For someone who loves being out in the sun, walking/hiking outside a couple of times a week, is this going to be hard to navigate, if its an option at all that is? Or am I going to freeze inside with boredom in my apartment for most of the year and get seasonal depression and what not? I have never lived anywhere where it snows but I love winter. However, I am not sure if I am considering the Tundra here... It is especially important for me right now, at the point where I am in life, to be able to go out and about and walk, as silly as that may sound. Thanks in advance!
posted by xm on Apr 14, 2013 - 18 answers

Travel Insurance + Canada

Planning a working holiday to Canada, and need advice on travel insurance... [more inside]
posted by ryanbryan on Mar 11, 2009 - 1 answer

American working in Canada

What does an American who wants to look for work in Vancouver, Canada need to know? What steps are necessary and what's the best order to do them in? If you get a job, what is the usual way to handle questions like health care, American Social Security payments, currency you're paid in? Other questions I can't even imagine. (details below) [more inside]
posted by kestralwing on Jan 18, 2009 - 6 answers

Blame Canada!

My partner and I have managed to score 12 month Canadian working holiday visas and are looking for suggestions for our time away next year... (apology: questions are long, rambly and filled with uncertainty). [more inside]
posted by lych on Nov 24, 2007 - 25 answers

Toronto here we come!

1 Year in Toronto: My wife and I are moving to Toronto for a year in January. She has a job already sorted (that's why we're going) and I'm probably going to carry on being a freelance WebDev/SysAdmin/etc whilst we're there. Questions are many, housing, work, tax, transport, fun, recommendations, advice... [more inside]
posted by gaby on Aug 20, 2007 - 12 answers

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