► the history
► the economy
► the people
► the culture
► the reality
► now what?
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After all the lobster, the salmon, the fiddleheads, and the salt sea air now what?
What are the chances...
On the other hand you may be looking for a change. You may be happy with yourself but not so much with your environment. Perhaps it's the pollution in the air you breathe and the water you drink. Perhaps it's the rise in gratuitous violence and crime in your area. Maybe you've suffered through one traffic jam too many. Maybe it's all of these things. Maybe it's none of them. You are just becoming increasingly convinced that a change would do you good.
How about the ones you leave behind. Will you miss them? Will they miss you? Depending on where home is now, they may be able to visit you on a regular basis and vice versa. Some of them may even decide to join you. Bring 'em on, we say.
Then there is the nitty gritty of making a living. Unless you have a well packed investment portfolio (yeah right), you're going to need an income. Although it may be possible to get a job here with an existing company, that may be an unlikely prospect. Your best bet is to bring your own. The most logical might be something related to computers or the internet
If you've managed to create a successful web-based business, you can probably do that here. If you're a crack programmer with an independent streak and a head for business, New Brunswick can offer you an ideal environment. These are just some possibilities. There are probably many others including your own unique offering, perhaps.
So what's the point of moving...
Only you can decide if it's going to be good for you. I do know it would be good for New Brunswick. Here we have a large chunk of perfectly good Canadian territory that is badly underused. Most communities here could use a few more good people both to work and to play. The infrastructure's already in place.
We've got the room, the roads, the utilities, and medical facilities. We've got a pretty decent climate, great scenery, community centres, schools, colleges, and cultural centres. Everything you need for a rewarding life.Also Read:
►Province of New Brunswick - Resources for Residents
►Province of New Brunswick - Learn about New Brunswick
This content was written by Henry (Hank) Mulder. Born in the Netherlands, Henry lived in several provinces before settling in New Brunswick.
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