master political analyst
- Dec 3, 2009
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- The Golden State
- Political Leaning
Of course they still belonged to Britain until 1982
Well the last few days I have been avoiding going outside because it is too damn hot.
It's been over a hundred every day so far this week. It's supposed to cool down all the way into the high 90s this weekend, whoop ti do! Canada is looking better and better. Anyway, up there 104 is only 40.
It might be possible to own property? I think Canadians own homes in Florida because there are many snowbirds that winder down there. From my understanding we have a special travel agreements that allows us to visit and stay in each other's countries 180 days in a year without the need for a visa. I considered moving there because I love Toronto and have some of my best friends that live there, but the taxes are high, the dollar is weak and jobs typically pay lower than back here in the US.
Toronto is also a very expensive city to live in as housing prices have exploded. The average house price in the City of Toronto is now over 1 million.
How about Quebec Ontario?
Yea, my sister says it's average $2200 rent for a one bedroom in Quebec. That's normal for NYC or San Fran but not Florida where I live.