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Thinking of Relocating to Canada!

Discussion in 'Canada' started by thefootman, Aug 15, 2020.

  1. thefootman

    thefootman Welcome New Poster


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    Nova Scotia has a well balanced lifestyle for all ages, whether you are young and just setting out, have children or getting ready to retire. It’s all here for the taking! Nova Scotia is Canada’s Ocean Playground!

    Here in Nova Scotia you can get the best of both worlds with the vibrant nightlife in Halifax, with their pubs and theaters, and shopping during the day to the quaint picturesque towns and villages in the rural areas. All of which have friendly and welcoming feel!

    If you like the outdoors there are many hiking and biking trails and beaches around the province, as well as kayaking and other water sports, such as surfing in Lawrencetown on the eastern shore.

    There are a number of opportunities here for employment, buying a practice or setting up your own.

    My name is David Smith and I am the registrar for the Nova Scotia Podiatry Association. For more information you can message me. Thanks and good luck!
     
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