I’ve been living in Canada for six months now, and I’ve never thought of quitting.
In fact, my wife and I have a little bit of an “I love Canada” sticker on our door, and she’s already getting on with things.
I’ve heard the same from other expats who have been here for less than six months.
They say it’s the same experience, and they’ve already made plans to leave.
For some, it may be the same.
The expats I spoke to said it’s a tough decision to make, especially as they are in the midst of a new government and are still adjusting to the new ways of living.
The hardest part, however, may be deciding which country to move to.
While I have no doubt that Canada will be a wonderful place to live, it’s hard to tell if I’m getting the best of both worlds.
For many, moving here would mean moving to a place with no negative experiences and a thriving economy.
But for some, moving is a choice, one that will determine the life of their children and grandchildren for years to come.
The choice is a very hard one.
The Decision Is the Decision I’ve already decided I’m moving to Canada, and the decision to stay in Canada is the decision I make, said Jocelyn, who is in her early 20s.
She is the wife of a Canadian-born engineer who recently returned to her home country.
Joceyn, who lives in Victoria, B.C., said she is also a big fan of the country, but is struggling to decide what to do next.
“The big question is: ‘What am I going to do when I leave?
Will I get married and have children and be part of this culture?'”
Joceys decision is made with some difficulty.
Jo is a member of the Immigrant Resource Centre of Victoria and works at the company that provides information and support to Canadians.
“I’m in Canada because my family can’t come here legally, and we can’t get a visa for the children.
“It seems that everyone wants to be in the United States, but not me.” “
But I can’t live here legally,” Joce is also struggling to understand why some people who are in Canada are choosing to leave the country.
“It seems that everyone wants to be in the United States, but not me.”
Joce’s mother-in-law is an American citizen, and Joce said that she’s glad she’s in Canada.
“She is an excellent, caring and loving person,” Jo told me.
“And we are going to be very happy to live here.”
She added that she was very glad to be back in Victoria with her daughter.
“We’re really happy here,” she said.
I’m in Victoria to get married, and be a mother, Joce wrote on Facebook.
But she added, “I have no intention of ever leaving Canada.”
Jo’s mother is also an American.
Jo told CBC News she feels very fortunate to have a Canadian husband and American mother.
Jo said that many Canadians feel that Canada is a good country for Americans, but that the experience of living in the U.S. is different.
“If you think about it, if you think of the experience you have in the States, you realize that it’s more like a second country,” Jo said.
“In the U.”s., she said, the U is like a third country, “where you are not treated as an American, but a Canadian.”
But Jo believes the difference is in the fact that Canadians are allowed to live in the country in Canada, which means that they can move about freely and do business with Canadians.
As a result, Jo believes that the family will be better off than it is if she stays in the US, which is where she currently lives.
But if she moves to Canada she wants to start from the beginning, Jo said, “to be a Canadian and live in a country that I love.”
Jocelyn also spoke with me on the phone, explaining that she has no idea where she would go.
Jo, who has lived in Canada since she was five years old, said that moving here will be easier because of the freedoms that Canadians enjoy.
She said that her children will learn about Canadian culture, and that they will get to see her family and her friends from Canada.
Jo has been studying for a job, and her mother said that they’ll work together to find a job that is right for her and her family.
“My family and I will go back and forth, so that I don’t get in the way of them,” Jo added.
Jo’s family and she are in a very good place financially.
She has saved up enough to buy her own home, and is in a comfortable position with her parents and husband.
Jo does not have children of her own, but she does