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    Good day to you all. I have been planning and even working on moving to Canada for half a year now. We will be living near Edmonton. I have already solved the problems with housing, now the question of employment is being solved, as it turns out this requires a permit which is being worked on by a firm I hired, which specializes in obtaining lmia alberta permits for employers. But I am still interested in the question of whether I can continue there my hobby, namely, the game of golf. Maybe someone knows there are fields and what conditions are there. I just recently was in Germany, then there I will tell you there were problems with it. I've been playing for many years and did not want to leave this business. What can you tell me?
    Last edited by Maxxx17; 1 week ago.

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    If you're considering moving to Canada, there are a few things you need to keep in mind. First, you will need to determine your eligibility to immigrate to Canada. There are several immigration programs that you may qualify for, including skilled worker programs, family sponsorship, and business immigration. Each program has different requirements, so you'll need to research which one is best suited for your situation. You will also need to prepare for the move, including finding a place to live, obtaining health insurance, and securing a job or source of income. Canada has many resources available to help newcomers settle in, such as language classes, job search assistance, and community services.