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Canada - Store Offers Job and Two Acres of Land to Prospective Migrants

September 2016, 19
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Canada - Store Offers Job and Two Acres of Land to Prospective Migrants
The store owners of the Farmer’s Daughter Country Market at the village Whycocomagh in Cape Breton Island are offering 2 acres of land and employment opportunity to the people willing to work at their store. The island is in Canada’s Nova Scotia province. 

The Farmer’s Daughter Country Market advertised on Facebook for staff to work at its store saying it could not offer “big money” but it did have “lots of land” at his disposal.

After the advertisement was published, the store received over 3,500 applications. The store has already hired locals suitable for the job; in addition, it requires more people. So, it offered 2 acres of land, if the people work there for over five years. 

The advertisement said, “We are an established business in the heart of Cape Breton, rich in jobs, land, and potential, but no people. Are you someone who is looking to live a simpler life, close to nature, in an area that still believes in community meals and weekly jam sessions? We can't give you big money, but we can give you an awesome life. We are looking for people who are environmentally conscious, want to be part of a community and will see our business not as you work for us, but we all work together to create something to be proud of.  If you take pride in being friendly, helpful, and positive and have skills in the food industry or customer service, then you are who we are looking for.”

The advertisement said, the population of the island was decreasing the band corporate development of the store “had been seen as the solution in the past” but it would have come “at the expense of our environment.”

The unconventional way of calling people to settle on the Island is not new. Presently the island has an approximate population of 135,000 people.

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