Emerson White wrote:
Do you have any unique skills? Are you a skilled technician of some sort? Can you find an employer who is willing to sponsor you in order to obtain your services?
The process is a not too hard but I think that if a group were formed it would be alot easier. The land is dirt cheep and you could all get a chunk of a big range. I think BC or atlantic provinces are the best land because you can grow more different stuff. I'm game for anywhere.
If any one (Canadian) is interested in forming an assotiation to obtain crown land for permaculture lets do it. Think outside the box. Go big or go home.
So, I'm thinking why not a lease for an eco-village? With some bending and expanding of activities, it easily becomes a recreational thing. With the growth of environmental awareness, they might go for it. But it may be advantageous or even necessary to make it a type of learning facility, something you can advertise publicly as a place where people can come and pay a fee to learn about how to live sustainably and so forth.
Kathleen Sanderson wrote:
What are the requirements for a citizen of the United States to emigrate to Canada?