Im currently an automation student on south murica and i'd like to move to Canada (with a scholarship) and get better studies, probably going to do mechatronics too, also get a job and a place to live there.
So, if there is somebody that did this before with a similar career.
What are the job opportunities i can get there?
Are you satisfied with it?
I'm an American who's lived in Canada, it's a little bit more expensive than the states and some things like car parts and computer parts are more expensive.
It's not alaska expensive though so you should be fine.
>Expensive Car parts
Kek, if it has wheels its useful
> Expensive Computer parts
No shit anon, give me an example, how much costs a gtx 980 there xd?
here the cheapest one its at 630 Usd
True. I'd happily exchange 1 paki/arab immigrant for 10 south americans
OP, we all know that as an immigrant you're going to go to the GTA. However, if you ever find yourself anywhere else in Canada (ie real Canada) DO NOT COMPLAIN ABOUT THE COLD. We don't need any more pussies here.
big bundas latinas are a lie man, you just see the supermodels too much on the tv and everybody outside latinoamerica fuckin overrate em xd. Sry man but i can bring you marraquetas, a lot of marraquetas.
I have seen too many /int/ Brazilian threads desu.
Brazilposters told me that they love white men, I might visit sometime soon.
Moving to Canada is kind of hard if you're not a Muslim refugee... I guess if you come for University and then figure something out with a job but we're pretty full and it's not very easy.
>dafuq's a GTA xd?
Greater Toronto Area, it's like the area around Toronto, arguably the most relevant part of Canada, along with Vancouver.
I'd suggest making a thread on /int/ about wanting to come to Canada and explaining your situation.
Last time I saw a Russian make a similar thread and everyone helped him out with advice and such.