What is the easiest way to legally enter Canada and eventually become a permanent resident?

I am a math major who worked in a school as a teacher for a year, then moved to a trading company where I worked as a purchasing manager. Now, I want to go to Canada to work and and hopefully become a permanent resident. I have read several articles but I want to hear from people who have gone through the same experience and are now permanent residents of Canada. Please help. I need your advice. Thanks!

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32 Responses to What is the easiest way to legally enter Canada and eventually become a permanent resident?

  1. BPL says:

    Try getting the company to sponsor you.

  2. Poutine says:

    get a job first
    it is the easiest way
    there are lots of jobs in Alberta

    http://www.syncrude.ca/users/folder.asp?FolderID=5628
    http://www.suncor.com/careers.aspx?ID=13
    http://www.albertajobs.com/

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