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How much Luggage is allowed for the first time Migrants?




Rajagopal
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Thanks for the update, HW36. That's what i am afraid of, blowing off my existing provider to go with someone and ending up going back again crawling.

 
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rajcanadaMember of Administrators
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Don't get into the car nonsense for the first year or so. winter driving is hard and dangerous. .lot of accidents:(

Getting a Drivers License is also a nightmare over here, long and tedious process. Also car insurance is ridiculously expensive for new driver and new immigrant :( . G1, G2, G too much crap :cuss:

Driving school, Failing you in your driving test , speeding tkts, traffic tkts, tow truck, parking tkts, car insurance etc are ALL very good businesses over here :clap: . Lot of desi driving instructors to cheat you :clap: :cuss: :cuss:



What happens after first year? Does the risk of accident start reducing each year you are here? How will waiting for a bus for 30 minutes in -40 weather feel?

Toronto has good transit system but if you live outside Toronto, you do need a car.

Scenario is different if you land with a job in Toronto. Otherwise, having a car will give you flexibility in term of job search.

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MGupta
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What happens after first year? Does the risk of accident start reducing each year you are here? How will waiting for a bus for 30 minutes in -40 weather feel?

Toronto has good transit system but if you live outside Toronto, you do need a car.

Scenario is different if you land with a job in Toronto. Otherwise, having a car will give you flexibility in term of job search.



1 year time is enough to understand Canadian system & get some local life experience

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happywoman36
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Thanks for the update, HW36. That's what i am afraid of, blowing off my existing provider to go with someone and ending up going back again crawling.








frankly speaking nobody is bothered whether u are crawling or running. ;)



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Fido
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We used CIK service (Bell) unlimited Internet and free phone for more han 3 yrs and were very happy until 2-3 months back, when their internet connection used to get disconnected due to slow. We called them and their technician came and asked us to replace modem $100 (50% discount)so we paid $50, still we were not happy coz no connection esp b/w 7pm to 10 pm. Throughout the day, the internet was working good but evening, it was slow, so disconnected.

Now, we shifted to Rogers.



This might be the root cause for the duplicate posts .

Good to know you switched.

I and a couple of my friends who switched to Teksavvy do not have any complaints.

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adamthorat
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Are you here YET ?

Post your experiences & in return we will warn you of ALL the scams here :D


 
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payal05
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Are you here YET ?

Post your experiences & in return we will warn you of ALL the scams here :D


Hi
Finally arrived... All settled...was busy with basic things to get started... Thanks everyone for all the information...it really helped.


 
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BangaloreGirl
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Hi Payal,
I whatsapped you a month ago asking how are u finding canada. There is no reply from you yet. I'm not sure why you asked for my number in that case :confused: :p


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Quote:
Originally posted by adamthorat

Are you here YET ?

Post your experiences & in return we will warn you of ALL the scams here :D


Hi
Finally arrived... All settled...was busy with basic things to get started... Thanks everyone for all the information...it really helped.



 
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