Small Canadian Town Will Give Land and Job to Anyone Willing to Move
In a bid to build their business and community The Farmer's Daughter Country Market is offering land and a job to anyone who wants to move to Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. The established business in the heart of Cape Breton is an area rich in jobs, land, and potential, but unfortunately with no people. The ad asks for someone who is looking to live a simpler life, live close to nature, in an area that still believes in community meals and weekly jam sessions. Sounds good, and a lot of people think so with over 336,000 views on the YouTube channel and almost 103,000 likes on the Facebook page. This tiny town might be seeing an influx of people moving there soon. The business says that they can't offer a lot of money, but can give someone an awesome life. The business is busy from May to December, with slower months from January to April so that you can enjoy their amazing winters. The business has plenty of good ideas, and want to continue to build on their accomplishments, but at the moment don't have enough hands to help.
Imagine having two acres of land in a place like this. The business is located in a little village called Whycocomagh, which can be found in the middle of Cape Breton. The area is surrounded by beautiful mountains and the shining Bras d'Or lake where kayaks and canoes outnumber the motorboats. You could live the life of your dreams if you are willing to move to this island. You could build a tiny off-grid life or off grid house. Cape Breton is an island that is part of the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. The area is a true four-season climate. You would have to be okay with a lot of snow because the area gets true winters. The business is looking for someone who takes pride in being friendly, helpful, and positive and has skills in the food industry or customer service. The business can offer a great incentive to come and try them out. One thing that the business does have is lots of land.
This could certainly be the chance of a lifetime. They are looking for someone who is can legally work in Canada so that may be a problem for some people. So far they are getting responses from people around the world who are interested. The business is offering two acres of woodland where you can immediately set up your tiny house or a quaint cabin. Plus they will give someone access to their farmland and other resources they have available. If the person is still working with them after five years and everyone gets along, then the land will be yours for the cost of migrating it out and putting it in your name.
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