Of course, you need to be legal to work in Canada, and at first, you'd just get to live on 2 acres of the 200 acres the family owns. But after five years of employment, that 2 acres becomes yours. And in the meantime, you'll enjoy the outdoors of Nova Scotia, which fully experiences all four seasons.
While this isn't the first time a rural town has offered up subsidized property in exchange for work, it is the most recent -- and most Canadian. By Tuesday afternoon, the post had 850 shares, and MacLean told CTV thousands of inquiries had already come her way of people wanting to leave city life behind.
"Nobody here is paid high wages, nothing close to what you would make with a government job or in Ontario," MacLean told the CBC. "But that being said, you don't need a whole lot of money if your lifestyle is about enjoying the land and being outside."