Well, I live in a northern state, Minnesota. I have worked with other Canucks, and encourage you to give it a go. In Minnesota, I am not sure of the requirements, for licensure, but have contacts, addresses, etc to contact here. In the twin cities, or the Minneapolis, St. Paul area, is where we live. This year is a contract year this summer. I expect some acrimonious negotiating. We have many unionized facilities. With a strike a good possiblity. Are you interested in hospital nursing? Also, we in Minnesota are close to you, more civilized people. I also have room in our house, we have 1 20 year old female university student, 2 cats, and an interest in Canada. In fact, my daughter is considering relocating to your great country if Roe vs Wade is repealed. However, I suggest you get a little experience before jumping into work here. The stress, new career, relocation, would require much energy. I have 10 glorious years of experience, mostly in the ED, as a RN. Also I have worked in most hospitals in this market area, as an agency nurse. After 1 years experience, that might be your best bet. Then you could make even more money, and find the facility you like best, as an agency RN. Of course, there are many opportunities at present, in both LTC, and hospitals. So graduate, continue exploring options, and get organized. You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for continuing correspondence. All the best!