Thank you all.
As soon as I get a job in which I am allowed to hire, I hire according to the quality, personality and "guts" and those who can show me all of that plus the flexibility like much of us and you guys and all of those I 've met here, do possess, I sure do hire making no difference if it is an immigrant or refugee or Dutch, but my personal interest and hope I can use that in my search, will be anybody like the people I met here, with their tastes, flavours, cultures, idea's and gosh, the kindness!
Eastern Europeans are good people and work hard too. You should know them and you will see that they are genuine people too. It takes time to break the ice but once you are in, you are family!
and They are fun people.
Let's just hope that Eastern Europe, Middle East, Asia and Africa and all, will someday be prosperous places, happy places, FREE places! (if not yet free) and so we can just live in our own country smiling more often and enjoying more the life.
No, I didn't choose to stay here Abul. I do enjoy it while it can, but yes, although I started to settle in nicely and got good job offers, I declined them all and am heading back home. I was quite a "conservative" before my move, but now I am going back as a socialist and a very liberal person.
I am sure that if Europe starts to think differently and adjust itself and open up a bit more to the rest of the world, having their knowledge, their attitude and expertise in many areas, and being at least 10 years ahead of Canada, we can do it FAR better than here with regards to immigration and progress towards a better continent and so I hope to be one of those who came here, saw it, experienced it and now can go and teach others as how to be thinking and acting and know that exclusion is not the solution, but inclusion and respect as well as proper education and guidance with no prejudice and/or discrimination will be the key for success if we want to keep ahead of the curve.
My husband has worked for a company for a few days, as temp, he got his pay check, went to CIBC to cash it out, but he couldn't get his money cash in hands, but only deposited to the chequing account with no access to it until March 8th with no clear reason or explanation! >>> he was upset because he needed the cash to buy some stuff after his visit to the bank.
I called Scotiabank and asked if it will be the case if he has chosen for them now he has his Scotia debit card and "joint" account and they said No. Reason?
He has this CIBC Visa card of max. $500 limit to it and he has spent $300 and been paying off a bit but they somehow don't trust one and keep your money hostage so they can use it to pay off the credit debt! Sounds so ackward and silly. Off course we are not happy with this and I truly do not recommend CIBC to anyone of you if you are new here or want to be here.
Choose for Scotia, TD and/or RBC, but not for CIBC! they are truly the worst case scenario when it comes to liability.
First the decline my credit card application for no obvious reason, now this!
They can check with Scotiabank as to see that we have excellent records with them and always have been paying off our Visa on time and even more than the payment amount due as to skip the high interest rates! ... CIBC . you are no good!!!
If you want to experience Canada, go and visit a hockey game, if you can't go to the game itself, watch it when enjoying a good meal and so you go and visit " Real Sports Bar" at Maple Leaf Square gardens right next to Air Canada Centre in downtown Toronto.
The place is amazingly fun with huge LCD screens where one can watch the games, is trendy, fashionable, good food, great hostesses and tonight, I was enjoying a nice gathering with my friends there and yep!!! Toronto Maple Leafs won the game
perhaps to make me happier and give me the chance to see how Torontonians celebrate a game!
IF you visit Toronto, sure visit Real Sports Bar! it is F U N F U N F U N!