Ever felt like the urban space isn’t your cup of tea? The ever-encroaching corporate sector eating up every last bit of peace and serenity with their big factories churning out pollution every hour, might not be the place for you then. Fret not, because a small Canadian town accepts people from any place on Earth to apply for work, and live in the lap of nature with their family. It won’t be akin to living in a city, and the money wouldn’t be that good, but a life of peace, and a life without the honking of cars every morning isn’t bad. At all.
Cape Breton in Nova Scotia is a quaint little place that is asking for people to come live there, as the population is way fewer. They have put up ads in the newspapers, and in their Facebook pages, with captivating images from the countryside. They are also offering land and other resources to people that decide to live there. The Farmers’ Daughter Country Market laments that they can’t pay as much as a person would normally earn in the corporate sector.
Most importantly, they want people who can be environmentally friendly, and realize that the beauteous nature of this village is all due to the surrounding hills, crystal clear lake, and the pure air to breathe in. The local authorities have promised to lease land to people in order to sweeten the process of immigrating, and would, after 5 years, sign that land off in the name of the tenant. This certainly takes the cake, as the fertile land would certainly increase the income. Even if nothing else, a chance to see the extremely pretty country while living in the lap of nature, is always a once in a lifetime opportunity.
So, what are you waiting for? People have dreamt about living in Toronto or Montreal since the TV shows started featuring them. But the peace, the solitude and the serenity of this village outscore all the other major cities. They need people to work, who have experience in the marketing foray and who would be able to understand the needs and requirements of the market and the clients. Thus enabling a healthy marketplace environment, that would be filled to the brim, all in exchange for land, and a cabin house.
If you’re interested, you can send in your CV and a letter about yourself at [email protected]