I am sure you could find full time in the Fernie area, but you have to accept that working in a rural place means a lot less of the conveniences that you could have in Vancouver. The upside is the relatively low cost of living and the beauty of the area.
when you say less conveiniences, do you mean as
in good chinese resturaunts or like MRI's?
btw . . . BC has an agency in place devoted to
recruiting health care workers:
re: reciprocation ~ i talked to one of the recruiters
in BC and they said that they used to have a
reciprocal licensing agreement with the u.s.
(back in the 70's or 80's)
how's that for progress!?
in addition to the mountains i have had a long-
standing interest in the arctic and was wondering
if anyone has ever worked in nunavet of the nw
territories or anywhere up near the arctic circle
i was searching on the web and saw they actually
have programs in arctic nursing . . .
i would second the nomination someone made for
wisconsin as a nice place to live and work . . . which
i part of what makes the prospect of leaving more difficult.
thanks for the feedback!