Nothomeanymore 
Member since Dec 13, 2013


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Re: “Saying farewell to Nova Scotia for a reason

Well in January i will have been in Alberta for ten years. Alberta has been great to me and my family in a means to support them. I now make a good living with a certain amount of security too. Things are growing and expanding. Opportunities are plentiful and frankly it is very uplifting. Upbeat. Successful!
I miss my family back in NS but don't think I'll ever entertain the idea of moving back. The lack of a means for a good and stable job just doesn't do it for me. Work half a year a draw the government check the rest. No thanks! That's not freedom but bondage to a faulty system of government and over all thinking as a province.
why did I leave?
Not much work. Poor wages and benefits. The general attitude that it's only the government's job to make changes.
It makes me sick to how opposed people are to new industry and for change and development. Just sick! I went back to university at age 27 with a family too. While there I watched as NS people made it too difficult for industry to come and set up businesses. The one example being the oil and gas industry. Hearings and all the false information being spread- destroying thousands of new and great paying jobs.
It's time NS people allow change and open up the door to new industry and the jobs and spin off businesses it would create. No but not in our back yard! It's ok to fill up that gas tank with gas as long as it didn't come from NS. The oil and gas industry has co-existed everywhere with few problems.
It's time Nova Scotian's embrace change and stop living in the past.

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Posted by Nothomeanymore on 12/13/2013 at 10:52 AM

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