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Posted by David Chatfield
We are retired U.S. Citizens with comfortable net worth and guaranteed income, used to moving and living in challenging environments (including Alaska twice for 12 years total), and now wish to live in Canada due to its political, social and cooler weather climate. Is it practical to rent or buy property and live in a “border” area in Canada (such as Vancouver or Windsor) and drive an hour or so to access medical, financial and other services on the U.S. side–either temporarily while seeking resident status or longer? What might we be missing as we think about this?
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