I lived in BC many moons ago, and since my wife is dual citizen and would like to move back to Canada at some point, I'm beginning the process of regaining my permanent resident status and working in Canada as a pilot. I have researched the process for most of this but have a couple specific questions. The Air Canada Jazz site states this requirement: "All applicants shall be licensed by Transport Canada to act as First Officers on 705 category aircraft." Is this an additional requirement to having a Canadian ATP? Not sure what this means and haven't been able to find much info on it. Second, how is the job market compared to the US, and how difficult would it be to get based in Vancouver at a place like Air Canada Jazz? I will be knocking out the ATP in the US this spring, and probably start the process to convert it to the Canada equivalent shortly thereafter. I've worked as a CFI/II/MEI for a few years and have some 135 cargo experience, but would like to move on to a regional gig, so I'm essentially starting at the bottom. Thanks for your input!