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    lost of jobs here
    the winter is not what is used to be ; it's been 2 C all feb...
    of course you better speak french too to enjoy life here and multiply you chances to find a job
    qc city is colder than mtl almost 6 years ago

    Answered by s├ębastien A. via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    You need French in Quebec. It is the official language of the province. If you want a good job, you will have to speak French.

    If you have children either now, of while living in Quebec, your children will have to attend French schools, and be educated in French. You do not have a choice, unless one of the parents was educated in English in Quebec in the past. Winters in Quebec (all over the province) can be quite cold and snowy, although over the last few years, the climate seems to be moderating. There are lots of opportunities for winter sports. Summer can be quite hot and humid. Although I left Quebec many years ago, I will always remember that Montreal had WAY BETTER PIZZA than what I have found in the Toronto area. That may not be a deciding factor for you... Good luck with your plans! almost 6 years ago

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    Thank you very much for the information. My girlfriend and I, are getting married in November, and we like to live somewhere in Canada, apparently the best options are in Quebec.
    We going to take French lessons in these months. Our only concern is finding a good job and the weather, in my city Guadalajara, the temperature is at around 8 to 40 Celsius degrees.
    I visited Vancouver some years ago and fell in love of the city! also had good pizza there!. almost 6 years ago

    Answered by Chuy Mx via Site_iconAsk a Nomad iPad app

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