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Study in either country will be expensive as you will be classed as a International student.
Working well that will depend on country and meeting their nursing requirements and then meeting immigration/work requirements. For the US look at over 6 years and for Canada depending on route you take will depend on how long it takes. Immigration is currently going through some changes and the skilled occupation list is currently closed and will not open for a couple of months