Alberta Canada Couple Discovers Potential For Expat Life In Cabrera

Alberta Canadian Couple Explores CabreraOut-of-touch politicians that push costly social programs in Canada appear to have no concept of the damage they are doing to their own hard-working citizens. We interviewed a young couple from Alberta Canada who have had enough. As they say in the interview… it is disheartening to work your tail off, sometimes up to 80 hours a week, only to see 43 cents of every dollar sucked away to pay for people that work very little if at all to enjoy almost the same lifestyle. As more and more working people across the world are discovering…. the life-blood of the working class is being stolen through taxes, out of control social programs and job-robbing immigration policies that they never supported in the first place.

This young Alberta Canada couple has decided that enough is enough and is seriously looking at leaving Canada for a better lifestyle…..

 

Along the way, they have discovered an odd phenomena that will work to their advantage. In many countries, the new arrivals tend to receive special treatment and sometimes even positions of privilege just because they are new arrivals. That certainly is the case here in the Dominican Republic, and alarmingly is familiar in larger countries like the US and Canada. For example in some communities in the US, while proud military veterans stuggle to eeek by, refugees immigrating into the US are treated better, paid generous subsidies and receive the benefits of social programs that the hard working people pay through the nose for through taxes, fees and penalties.

 

A growing number of Americans, Canadians and Europeans are sick and tired of this shift toward socialism and are looking for a way out and a way to have a better life. For these potential Alberta Canada expats, the sunny year-round warm days in the Dominican Republic offer a special bonus over the long, cold Canadian winters.

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Johnny March 6, 2017 at 4:36 pm

Great video.Was a pleasure spending time with you.Hopefully others who are unsure about taking the next step will make the move

Sean Steil March 7, 2017 at 4:25 pm

Hey Johnny,

Just wanted to express my sincere gratitude to you and “the hedge hog” (aka Barry) for taking your time to tour Angie and I around (especially on such short notice) You two and Lianne helped us dispell many myths about the Dominican and showed us how friendly and welcoming the Dominican can be.

I encourage people who are questioning their lifestyle to look into the Dominican because while not perfect, it has many beautiful attributes to offer. If you go to the country with the mindset that your are a guest and are appreciative of its hospitality, everyone is very welcoming and Angie and I felt very safe walking around unescorted. If you make the effort to speak Spanish (even if you know nothing like we do) people are more than willing to help.

All in all it was a very positive learning experience. Seeing people in the country, meeting expats with similar thoughts, learning from Barry and Roger Moore (hahaha aka Johnny), there is so much to take in.

Being out first “scouting mission” of the Caribbean, I can’t tell you I am moving to the Dominican but I can tell you it is certainly still on our list of potentials.

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