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I did not see in your post how you prepared yourself for the adult world except for high school. There are opportunities here for advanced education and job training through the states. With all of the job losses even those with families have been forced to work at least 2 jobs. Some of them take advantage of job training at the same time. Some have found part-time jobs that have led to full time. It is not easy, and those who bear up do not have a defeatist attitude.
No one here can really advise you. There are agencies in most cities that can. If you think the opportunities will be better for you in Canada, then that could be your best move.
thanks for taking your time in reading this inquiry, i really appreciate it.
my family was through with me years ago, i'm 21 years old and have been living on my own for 3 years now. previously i've lived in canada as a full citizen for years until when i was at about grade 9, that's when my single parent decided to move back to his country of origin.
after completing high school, my single parent decides that his obligation to me is done and through, and demands that i leave so his life can continue as it should.
life in my native country is harsh, with what i would consider as slavery work of 15 hours as factory worker having to do occasional salvaging of scrape metal and recyclable material earning no more than 5 USD an hour, barely making ends meet. i'm contemplating on returning to canada, i'm willing to take any job, be it farming or janitorial duties or even no job so long as i get in return sufficient food to stomach and a roof over my head. i see no difference as the factory where i work in has horrid working conditions (40degrees no air-conditioning)and i'm also tasked with literally picking scrape metals and cardboard all around dragging it on a cart to the local refinery, i clean urinals as well.
i am still in possession of my citizen id and passport and i am a full fledged canadian citizen since 8yr old with a clean record
in the passing years the thought of returning to canada was the only thing that kept me straggling on admist the wrecked morality and norms that is the society of my country, i've been desperate enough to take on part time jobs i regret having to, and i'm still desperate and i'm willing to do anything to go back not only because my country is a filthy mess but also i really don't think i can hold out on my own much longer with the job market worsening and the landlord increasing the rent by nearly 2 folds ,unless i resort to more illegal profession i don't think i can survive in this society. so what i'd like to know is, what are my options?
my most sincerest gratitude to you all, i am in your debt.
thanks so much for the unconditional help