Cape Breton is a small island at the eastern end of Nova Scotia. It features all four seasons, the population (as or 2001) is just under 150,000 and the community is true to its small town roots.
The Farmer’s Daughter Country Market, a bakery and general store, is a staple of this hidden paradise which is looking to expand. Actually, they have everything they need for this purpose, except…people.
This beautiful island with its unique nature and ecologically clean environment has lots to offer: there are many places of interest, children’s clubs, churches, etc. The population of the town is about 150,000 people, but it’s gradually decreasing.
After hiring all the qualified locals in need of a job, the owners of the business posted a nearly too-good-to-be-true call for help on their Facebook page.
Anyone willing to move to the town will be provided with a job and 2 acres of land to live on. However, it’s important to note that foreign workers cannot apply for the job since Cape Breton is not qualified for the Foreign Worker Program. It can only take people who are legally authorized to work in Canada.
However, we urge you not to give up! According to Canadian law, you just need 2 documents to get a job in Canada: an invitation from a Canadian employer approved by the Ministry of Employment and Social Development of Canada, and a Work Permit which is issued after obtaining a temporary visa.
Are you ready to take the first steps toward your dreams?