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I grow increasingly sick of the constant threat of law enforcement and other such US bullshit. I've been putting a lot of thought lately into what sort of direction I'd like to move my life in. I've taken a few trips to Montreal, I like it there, so I said to myself why not move there?
I'm seeing a few problems. I could stack some cash here in the states, and go up there with that, get a short term rental just for the summer. If I wanted to stay in Montreal, well, I don't speak French, so I can see a problem with me finding a job, but I also think living there would provide me with an excellent opportunity to learn the language.
I don't know, I guess I'm just looking for any feedback people have about this. Any key things to know, any ideas, anything really, ANYTHING!..
Thanks for reading, even if you don't have anything to say..
Moving to Montreal is the best thing to do. It's what I'm doing, at least for a brief period. Don't worry about the french, Montreal is the most bilingual french town in Quebec. Smaller places or family shops or things are the only instance commerically where English won't getcha by just fine.
Panoramix, do you have any suggestions on were to look for an apartment, besides the Montreal Gazette classifieds or MoreMontreal.com (toutmontreal.com)?
Notre Dame de Grace and Cote des Neiges have both been suggested to me, apparently they both have some 'ghetto' neighborhoods, cheap rent and the like... I know shits poppin in the plateau and around McGill college, but I'm looking for cheap, easy life...
Any suggestions on jobs I might be able to get? a lot of folks have suggested telemarketing to me...
Yeah man Montr?al is a great place to live and i'm sure you could find a job even if you don't speak french. However, it would certainly be great for you to learn it, as it could help you to find a job and meet new people.
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