Cape Breton Will Give You Land and a Job if You’re Willing to Relocate

What's the catch?

Need a change? The east coast is calling.

A family-run business in Cape Breton has proposed a unique offer in hopes to recruit people to live and work year-round in the rural east coast town. The deal is: you’ll get two free acres of land as long as you’re willing to relocate and work at the Farmer’s Daughter in Whycocomagh, Nova Scotia.

Sisters Sandee MacLean and Heather Coulombe, who took over the 25 year old business from their parents, told CBC News that the store has great employees — but needs more of them to expand their operations, “we have big ideas about what we’d like to do,” she said.

Seem to good to be true?

This could be your new home:

It still snows, but it’s not freezing

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There’s a Tim Hortons..

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You’ll be given two acres of land for free…

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and there’s this:

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What’s the catch? You’ll have to stay at the job for 5 years before the land is yours for free, and you’ll have to cover the legal costs to transfer the deed.

Better start working on that resume.