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My moving to Toronto

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  • My moving to Toronto

    Earlier I lived in the western part of Canada, but a month ago we have moved to Toronto. I like it more. By the way, we have taken away all our household things, furniture and accessories. It seemed impossible. But we have found a way, it's http://camovers.ca/


    So now I am a resident of Toronto, we have bought the house of our dream here!
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    Congrats!!!!!!!! I love Toronto and Montreal. Im trying to get dual citizenship but its not going well lol
    "Anyone can speak english when in might get you a little strange lol"

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      I also recently moved to Toronto! You shared your experience of moving to another city, I want to tell you about the problems I faced. I rent an apartment, it's quite expensive, so to save on monthly rent I chose an unfurnished apartment. I had to move furniture from my parents' house to my new apartment, but it still saves me 20% of the usual rent for apartment in my area. By the way, I found a way to save money on furniture movers in Toronto. I found an online platform to search for transport services in my area and after looking through the applications of other users of this portal, I suggested that one of them share the service, since we had a similar delivery route in order to pay only part of the moving company bill. It worked and we were able to save 50% of the cost.
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        Congrats! I want to move too, but the best country for me is Spain, and I don't know the language to live there.
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          Why don't you learn a language to make your dream come true? I think it's great when people share their stories about moving to a city or a country they always wanted to live in. You should at least use Duolingo from time to time since it's better to improve your language skills on the way to work than don't do that at all. I'd recommend you to try Preply since it's more effective, but apps can make you step closer to your dream too.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Pitbull9 View Post
            Congrats!!!!!!!! I love Toronto and Montreal. Im trying to get dual citizenship but its not going well lol
            Montreal is probably my favorite city and I’ve traveled quite a bit. Vegas has the rep of party city but for me, Montreal is king.

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