A couple of things
1/ Make sure you get the Canadian RN exam prep book
It has about 360 questions and their answers with rationales that are similar to the ones which you will see on the main exam.
2/ I also used a web site called certinurse.ca. This has practice questions which are supposedly similar to the board exams
I don't think its the greatest site because you tend to memorize answers and not always understand the rationale behind them. I thought I would give you the link anyway because there are some people that I have spoken too that do like it. It also is the only site where I could find the legalities of Nursing in Canada. (I must warn you thought I did find it a bit patronizing )
3/ Like I said in my previous post the main problem with nurses like myself (worked in adult ICU for 8 years) is that we tend to have specialized in one area and the exam looks at all areas of nursing. This may not be too much of an issue for you as you are fresh from your degree and thus you knowledge is still fresh.
mental health for example were areas I hadn't worked in since graduating so I had to do a bit of revising in those areas.
When I did eventually sit the exam the majority of questions were very psycho social orientated.
Anyways this is another website which may be helpful
The above website is a link to BC open learning university. They offer courses for nurses who were trained abroad and are planning on taking their board exams in Canada.
The one of most interest to you may be
NURS 371: Registered Nurse Exam Prep
You can do it online so you can start taking it now. It also doesn't cost as much as some of the other courses available.
Having given you all the above info I really feel that with your background the only thing you most likely will need is the prep guide (save your money for the move)
Just get acquinted with multiple choice questions.
I hope this info helps and let me know if you need any more help.
P.S if you are going to Ontario check out the college of nurses website there's a new item called the readiness test.
Also the CNA (Canadian nurses association) has some recommendations.