Hi Shaky and welcome to the forum.
Sounds like you're not in too much of a hurry to emigrate ?
I've worked in the UK nuclear industry for 23 years and plan to emigrate to Canada this summer.
People withyour experience and skills should find work in the Canadian nuclear industry fairly easily.
There are nuclear plants in Quebec & New Brunswick, but the majority of the nuclear industry is based in Ontario.
You may like to check out Ontario Power Generation, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission(Federal Regulatory Agency), Areva, CNC Lavalin, AIM Group, Brunel, Roadtechs & AECL.
They will all be looking for people withyour skills.
It's well worth doing a reccie trip to check out the country you intend to live in.
You will find it difficult to gain employment in Canada by just applying for jobs or emailing companies cold !
Canadians prefer face to face contact !
My wife and I did a reccie trip to Ontario in February and it was well wortwhile.
We attended the Canadian Nuclear Association Annual Conference at the Westin Hotel, Ottawa. That is a fantastic event, with a great careers fair.
So it gives you a great opportunity to make contacts and sell yourself.
We thoroughly enjoyed it, though I was completely burned out after 3 days of trying to get a job sorted out.
We're still waiting for our PR visas and will be looking to emigrate as soon as we have them and jobs. You're not entitled to work in Canada without PR or a Temporary Work Permit.
Good luck !
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