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 WhyMe1369
Joined: 12/18/2007
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Wow... you all talk about how cold it is up here... we do have 4 seasons... and you can really see the difference between them. I know it will be difficult to leave my igloo behind and know I will have to get acustomed to modern civilization , but I am sure I will manage... CALIFORNIA here I come! How much more of a shock can you get? From the cold eastern Canadian climat to south westen States... aaahhhh yes... a new adventure... and who knows... I might find someone to keep me there... ya never know!
 Enchanted107
Joined: 12/10/2007
Msg: 802
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Would you Canadians move to the U.S,Would you Americans move to Canada if you met someone on here?
Posted: 5/14/2008 12:05:14 AM
I was about to say no way, then realized I did move to Toronto (here) from Chicago because of love; my husband was here. Granted it was not easy decision, which meant giving up a lot of things, but I did!
 xchaosx
Joined: 9/11/2007
Msg: 803
Would you Canadians move to the U.S,Would you Americans move to Canada if you met someone on here?
Posted: 5/14/2008 12:23:49 AM
Yes I would but I would want us to compromise and move to somewhere between both of our original locations
 dubliner7
Joined: 7/19/2008
Msg: 804
Would you Canadians move to the U.S,Would you Americans move to Canada if you met someone on here?
Posted: 9/18/2008 8:16:55 PM

Yes I would but I would want us to compromise and move to somewhere between both of our original locations


Lake Erie?
 lelathecat
Joined: 6/14/2008
Msg: 805
Would you Canadians move to the U.S,Would you Americans move to Canada if you met someone on here?
Posted: 9/18/2008 8:24:08 PM
If I were to move anywhere, it would have to suit my needs first. Could I get a good job there? Can I get a work visa there? Do I like the place? Climate? People?

If someone lived in someplace I hated, I certainly wouldn't move there for them or even be dating them.
 Lil Brooker
Joined: 6/17/2008
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Would you Canadians move to the U.S,Would you Americans move to Canada if you met someone on here?
Posted: 9/18/2008 8:57:45 PM

What would be your fear in making the move?

My *perceived* American mentality. Guns, God 'n my country. Social Darwinism. A fear-based society. Despicable foreign affairs. A nation that would vote for Bush - twice!

I've worked for many years in tourism in Cape Breton and Toronto as a waitress. I've come across many, many different nationalities visiting Canada. Of the American visitors, most were kind and nice. I live in an area that was a mecca to American draft dodgers. I have friends and two business partners that are American.

HOWEVER, of all the different nationalities that I have met, there have been NONE that have displayed entitlement, rudeness, ignorance of other's customs, abrasiveness and loudness of the few bad apple Americans that have come here. It makes me worry what life south of the border would be like. Even Canadianized Americans seem to apologize for their compatriots.

I would rather my "American love" move to Canada and we could winter holiday down south.
 Lil Brooker
Joined: 6/17/2008
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Posted: 9/18/2008 9:04:40 PM

But I wish more then anything he would have threw a bucket of ice water in my face and told me to get a clue and stay in Winnipeg!! Cause now Im down here feeling stuck and need to move back!

Ahhh! Winnipeg is so bitter cold in the winter but so warm in the people's hearts.
From a former Pegger
 veryordinary
Joined: 9/9/2008
Msg: 808
Would you Canadians move to the U.S,Would you Americans move to Canada if you met someone on here?
Posted: 9/18/2008 9:07:56 PM
I would move to Canada in a minute. I would just have to have someone with very warm feet. I don't really like cold weather, maybe I should go to Mexico instead.
 Coach Andrew
Joined: 1/30/2007
Msg: 809
Would you Canadians move to the U.S,Would you Americans move to Canada if you met someone on here?
Posted: 9/18/2008 9:11:57 PM
Interesting question. Frankly, whenever I've been to Canada, I think to myself hmmm, I could live here. Toronto is like a cleaner, smaller New York. And of course, Vancouver pretends to be New York in many movies. Quebec is beautiful.

My best friend through high school and college met his future wife when he visited Israel. She was from Ottawa (eh). It was one of those love-at-first-site romances, probably fueled even more by the novelty of meeting someone far away from home, but after a year, he proposed, and moved to Ottawa, since she had more holding her there than he had holding him here. That was 29 years ago, and they're still going strong, with three children.

We occasionally reconnect, and I told him that the way things have been going here, he may one day look like a prophet for having made the move when he did.

I've seen some of the beautiful Canadian women on this site... yeah, I could live up there!
 BigDaddyJinx
Joined: 11/4/2006
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Would you Canadians move to the U.S,Would you Americans move to Canada if you met someone on here?
Posted: 9/18/2008 10:47:29 PM

...have displayed entitlement, rudeness, ignorance of other's customs, abrasiveness and loudness of the few bad apple Americans that have come here.

I used to think America and Americans in general were all that and a bag of chips, and I couldn't wait for the day I was old enough to move there.

Then I visited there...and it started to change.

And then I supported them over the phone (for my job)...and it all changed.

I would never, ever, in a million years reside in America, even for love. Not for all the money in the world would I consider it. I've seen it, and I've supported their people, and I have never met a culture so into themselves as they are/were. Can't really denounce an entire country based off the occasional bad apple, but imagine dealing with these bad apples in BUNCHES day in and day out, 30+ a day, over 6 years...

Americans are a little too obsessed with "me me me all about me" mentality for my liking. This is just from personal observation. We have bad apples in Canada too, granted, but good luck trying to find them. In the States, you couldn't spit 2 feet without hittin' one.

I'd rather rip my own intestines out with a rusted and dull Swiss Army Knife than live south of the border.

And at least if I did rip, in Canada...I'd be medically covered and not shuffled off to some ramshackle facility because I don't have the right coverage...

 contheuber
Joined: 7/29/2008
Msg: 811
Would you Canadians move to the U.S,Would you Americans move to Canada if you met someone on here?
Posted: 9/18/2008 11:05:17 PM
"Would you Americans move to Canada if you met someone on here? "

I'd consider it, sure.

Would have to be the right circumstances, but why not?

Besides, if I move up north... maybe I can find someone who actually likes hockey :/
 WanderingRain
Joined: 3/9/2008
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Would you Canadians move to the U.S,Would you Americans move to Canada if you met someone on here?
Posted: 9/18/2008 11:21:39 PM
For a while, I was going to, actually. Go visit Canada just for a girl. She was wonderful and we had long conversations on here. She's still the most awesome yet I have met on PoF.
She either got busy or found someone, but she does not answer my mails anymore. I'd like to think she met her man up there... I'm happy if she's happy so I guess I'll have to look for another Canadian. There's so many lovely Canadian girls up there.
And a good number of them write really good profiles.

Also, the more I learn about Canada, the more I admire the country and fall in love with it. So we'll see...
 heywhatchadoin
Joined: 8/26/2008
Msg: 813
Would you Canadians move to the U.S,Would you Americans move to Canada if you met someone on here?
Posted: 9/19/2008 1:01:03 AM
Good question.

If he was THE right one definitely would move to where he was regardless of where it was BUT it would have to warmer. I am not sacrificing healthcare just to endure winters somewhere else!

I am pretty lucky that I can work pretty much anywhere and am absolutely not worried about making new freinds. 2 of my best freinds live in Louisiana and I would live there in heartbeat to be with a soulmate- crime, hurricanes, guns be damned as long as I am warm :)





Of course there would be certain considerations. among them being a better climate. If he lived somewhere cold he could haul his arse up here to Alberta. That would go the same to maybe in Canada.
 profender
Joined: 8/11/2008
Msg: 814
Would you Canadians move to the U.S,Would you Americans move to Canada if you met someone on here?
Posted: 9/19/2008 1:32:11 AM
PLEASE NO .... that just tooo disgusting to contemplate mixing an american with a canadian....i mean what screwed up ,demented ,torchered mind would dream up such an horrific idea ...the genetic mix would cause huge damage to this planet's already delicate balance and the thought of a fat person with a huge beard speaking french and watching ice hockey all day !.....please no more...i cant take...
 Twilight04
Joined: 9/27/2005
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Would you Canadians move to the U.S,Would you Americans move to Canada if you met someone on here?
Posted: 9/19/2008 1:21:16 PM
Possibly, I'm only about 45 minutes away from Canada right now. It would really depend where in Canada though. Toronto, Kingston...sure. Montreal, maybe. Quebec city...probably not. I speak about five words of French and none of them would really help me out there.
 english lass
Joined: 11/14/2007
Msg: 816
Would you Canadians move to the U.S,Would you Americans move to Canada if you met someone on here?
Posted: 9/19/2008 1:50:25 PM
if i didn't have the restrictions due to the kids needing to be a certain distance from their dad, for visitation purposes, then i could move there, but i don't know if i would... my main hesitation would be the lack of free health care
 Just_Eric
Joined: 4/3/2007
Msg: 817
Would you Canadians move to the U.S,Would you Americans move to Canada if you met someone on here?
Posted: 9/19/2008 1:59:37 PM
I was stationed in upstate NY ofr six years and stayed in the area another four. Most of that time I was married to a local girl, but I did visit Canada quite a bit before we married, and after we split. Being a Texan, I have quite a bit in common with most Canadians I have met. Work hard, play hard, love hard. I have never failed to be impressed by the cleanliness of the country, as opposed to my own.

I have dated a few Canadian women and would have no aversion to relocating IF I found somebody I truly felt was my soulmate. Work isn't really an issue, as I can do anything I set my mind to, and I learn fast. I could probably make more money doing what I currently do there, than here. I do have some friends north of Toronto, near Georgian Bay, who invited me to come spend some time. I may take them up on that in 2009, after the first big thaw.
 winter_flower
Joined: 6/21/2008
Msg: 818
Would you Canadians move to the U.S,Would you Americans move to Canada if you met someone on here?
Posted: 9/19/2008 3:23:20 PM
Right - you are a single dad - so chances are the person you would find will be a single mother. I know am in entirely different part of the world, but the principle is the same. As a mother - it's not an easy matter to move. Especially in UK. You got your child to a good school, you have the entire social network worked out around your life. When it's right to move, one moves. Would I move purely because of a man? Only if I wanted to live in that part of the world in the first place and if it did not mean moving my kids away from their father with whom we are separated. That is unthinkable. Until my kids are grown ups, i am tied in this way whether I like it or not. And of course if and when I would actually want to be with that man - which i am thinking - how is it going to develop to that point over long distance?
And btw I think a health insurance is the lamest reason not to move ever.
 BlazeFalconburger
Joined: 8/21/2008
Msg: 819
Would you Canadians move to the U.S,Would you Americans move to Canada if you met someone on here?
Posted: 9/20/2008 9:44:18 PM
YES! Canada has some of the most beautiful brunettes!!!! evar!!


MMMMMMmmmmmmm yum.


:D
 Mike_Wazowski
Joined: 8/14/2008
Msg: 820
Would you Canadians move to the U.S,Would you Americans move to Canada if you met someone on here?
Posted: 9/20/2008 10:10:06 PM
No. I won't even move to another city in the same province... moving to another country is completely out of the question.
 just-for-forums
Joined: 5/18/2008
Msg: 821
Would you Canadians move to the U.S,Would you Americans move to Canada if you met someone on here?
Posted: 9/20/2008 11:54:39 PM
Nothing against the USA but I couldn't picture living anywhere but here (Ottawa). Here is where my family and friends are. I've done a fair bit of traveling and, whether Canada or the USA, I've never found a place that I felt more at home in. Besides, if I couldn't handle dating someone just a two hour drive away, someone in another country would be pretty unlikely.
 Tisha Mc
Joined: 9/7/2008
Msg: 822
Would you Canadians move to the U.S,Would you Americans move to Canada if you met someone on here?
Posted: 9/21/2008 1:12:43 AM
I'm not really sure. Not that I have anything against Canada, but there are so many things to consider. I'm very close to my family and would have a hard time leaving them behind. And I'm not just going to do it for anyone. It would have to be that I'm marrying this person and I just don't see how we could get to that point if we live in two different countries. But I wouldn't rule it out completely.
I surprised that someone even asked this question when so many of the people on this site are not even willing to go farther than 75 miles. I see that on a lot of profiles. They won't even talk to you if you're too far away.
 Merrylass
Joined: 12/30/2007
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Posted: 9/21/2008 2:19:47 AM

I think my biggest fear in making the move would be finding employment as the economy is sometimes a bit stronger in the US. That and trying to get my mom to come visit (she isn't as big a fan of the cold).


Victoria's unemployment was 3% last I heard. All of BC is doing very well; Canada wasn't as exposed to the bad mortgage mess down South. I think we ended up creating more jobs than you lost this year.They're predicting no growth for the rest of this year but a slow climb next year. Weatherwise, you can find quite temperate climates in southern BC and even places that have cold in winter do have spring, fall, and summer (often quite hot summers), ya know.

Me, move to the US? Not if the Republicans win again for sure. Otherwise, I'd do half-and-half (6 months there, 6 here). I couldn't give up all that's good about Canada permanently. Imagine life without Caramilks!
 Sivoph
Joined: 8/2/2008
Msg: 824
Would you Canadians move to the U.S,Would you Americans move to Canada if you met someone on here?
Posted: 9/21/2008 2:26:41 AM
Canada and America look pretty much the same to me...unless I'm missing something. Oh, yeah, we have a different flag...when did we get that?
 TygerLaw
Joined: 12/12/2007
Msg: 825
Would you Canadians move to the U.S,Would you Americans move to Canada if you met someone on here?
Posted: 9/21/2008 7:22:57 AM
I've been along the border of Canada making forays across and many of the posts seem to follow the general mental stream towards Americans. Canadians falsely believe that we're all ignorant war mongering oafs that kill and maim our neighbors and don't have any education, no one overseas has ever been helped by war, we're all a bunch of gun toating religious zealots that shoot one another. There was one poster that said they'd rather live in Mexico than the U.S. Here's a couple of things to mentally chew on, Mexicans love crossing the border into the States and their country helps them do it, and after the Mexicans become the majority of the population of the US (approx. 50 years) where do you think is next? The good ole north, we'll see how well Canada likes all that healthcare going for illegal aliens. Another is that if the US is so bad, why is it the number 1 place in the world people are trying to come to and live (We are the original Melting Pot). Foreigners must enjoy their dreams of bomb cratered roads filled with American religious zealots converting the unwashed masses, or killing them. It's a shame a lot of our northern neighbors have gotten on the world media band wagon because it's cool to be anti-American these days. TV isn't the best place for knowledge about a place, neither are other types of media. If you haven't lived here don't make the sweeping broad statements about the US, it doesn't make you look very intelligent.

Concerning the topic itself, Canada is beautiful, big, has wide open spaces and the women I've seen are very good looking in my age bracket and many of them don't have kids like their female counterparts stateside. So those are definite upsides for me. The taxes are crazy high there because they're still owned as part of the British Commonwealth, which is great if you don't work because you get easy healthcare, bad for someone like me who can make money wherever I go, and don't have to worry about healthcare costs too much, but the check is going to be hit hard before I get it each payday. I'd move to a lot of different places in the world, Canada itself is a wonderful place I believe but in actuality the place itself isnt what makes an experience good or bad, it's the mindset.
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