Therefor, let me try to delight you with what I know. Recommended websites will make up for more.
When I still lived in South Africa, some of our friends moved to this vast country north of the USA. That was amazing, as they picked parts on the East coast that were rather cold in winter. One of them eventually settled in a Canadian village.
Well, more than Canada tips are required to stop in that field what's happening.
I have this notion of immensely big lakes full of jumping carps and dense forests full of owls, deer and other creatures. I can hear wolves howl on lofty heights. They say that Indian natives there seem to be able to control them. Fiction? So take it with a pinch of salt. Log houses or rather cabins are much part of the scene.
If you are not strong to chop your own wood or lift an oversize pumpkin, don't even consider living in rural Canada...
It's hard to imagine big cities in such a region where nature takes up most of it. However, it's always best to start living first in a proper town when you don't know a country.
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