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The Odyssey of Our Ancestors

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Emigrants from Africa (1982)

Choice 1

A friend picks you up at the airport in Montréal. You stay with him while you get settled in your new job and find a place of your own. You find the weather to be cold in Montréal, so you decide to move to Victoria on Vancouver Island. Continue

Choice 2

You book into a hotel in Montréal and take a taxi to your new newspaper's office. You are eager to begin your new job. Your new job is all that you thought it would be. You meet an engineer and you make plans to buy a house together. Continue


Your final destination

Choice 1

Three surgeons attending to a patient on the operating table.

Source

Surgeons, administration of
plasma.

You move to Victoria and begin work for your new firm almost immediately. You become the editor-in-chief. You marry a doctor with a busy practice. You plan to continue to live in Victoria.

Choice 2

Person in a winter coat walking next to a large factory.

Source

Aluminum company.

You like Victoria, but you find most of your work is in Vancouver; after a short stay, you move to a condominium in Vancouver. You marry and now have three children. You spouse works as an engineer and you share the duties of raising your children.


Your final destination

Choice 1

Male and female ballet dancer performing on a stage.

Source

Jamaica National Ballet.

You find the perfect house in Old Montréal; you get married and both of you continue to work. You have two children. One plans to be an engineer and the other a dancer.

Choice 2

Man standing in a boat made from an old bathtub.

Source

Vancouver, great international
bathtub race.

Your relationship ends and you decide it is better to move to Toronto. You marry in Toronto and buy a house there. You new spouse wants to move to Vancouver to be closer to family members and to escape the cold Ontario winters.

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