In Ontario You are now required to complete a Bachelors Degree in Nursing to obtain a licence.
You need to contact the licencing Board in whatever province you are moving to..they will mail you a list of the requirements and if you tell them your english might be an issue they can let you know what tests are required.
I do have to say your written english is great..you seem to have a pretty good grasp and that is a huge plus for you in writing any tests.
Contact all the licencing bodies...they will lay it all out for you.
Your goal is to get the licencing body to accept your school and training as comparible to canadian training..then you will be given an opportunity to write the exam..if you pass you will be licenced.
There are nursing jobs
here, I agree your experience is shallow..I would recommend you complete a critical care program and get that certificate or get the emergency/trauma care program...we are always looking for er and critical care nurses....the more specialized training you have the better even if you don't get the experience working the education looks really good on your resume.
Set some goals before you approach the licensing body..get any extra certification you can and keep working...you get extra points for nursing experience.
Educate yourself BEFORE you get here..there is nothing worse than moving to a foreign country and being refused a licence to work. It can be financially devastating if you come expecting to go to work only to find out no one will give you a licence to practice.