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Potential move to Oakville

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Potential move to Oakville

Bit shocked to think we could be moving back to Canada. Oakville is where we could be based. We previously lived in Montreal but left 10 years ago.

Is it as expensive in Oakville as it appears? How does Burlington match up cost wise? Oakville seems very attractive.

ANY advice would br welcome as this time we have our teenage daughters to consider. Can find much about what is avialable for them.

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1. Re: Potential move to Oakville

You might get some good info looking through the past posts in the Oakville forum, since roughly a third of them are relocation questions. (What is it about Oakville?)

But you'll probably get better info on a relocation-related site like BritishExpats.com.

2. Re: Potential move to Oakville

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