Lieber Musti83, meine Frau und ich sind Brasilianer und wohnen hier (Hamilton, eine Stunde von Toronto entfernt) seit August 2012. Ich habe in Deutschland ein Jahr gelebt und finde es ein wunderbares Land, aber ich kann mir ein bisschen vorstellen warum ihr es verlassen wollt :(
I'll continue in English, as my German is not good enough for this kind of discussion.
With the actual process, I guess I couldn't help you, because you're citizens of another developed country - we, Brazilians, certainly have a much harder time getting in and staying in Canada (or any other developed country). But I'd try to answer any direct questions (bzw. private messages). My wife and I were able to complete the entire process of entry in Canada by ourselves - we used the Brazilian consulate website and the official Canadian Immigration website and, if you're patient and read everything, I believe you can do it too (and you wouldn't even need that much Googling ;)
Canada welcomes all kinds of immigrants. It's rare to find individuals who don't sympathize with foreigners. As for you being of Turk descend, the average Canadian wouldn't even know what that is - or even where Turkey is (at best). Most likely, they'd simply greet you, call you friend, offer you coffee and invite you watch a hockey game - people here are extremely kind and easy going.
I only know my city, Toronto and Mississauga (the other big city in the so called Great Toronto Area, GTA). All in the province of Ontario, at its southern part (and the farthest south you can geographically go and still remain in Canada). It's the busiest area of the country, being followed by the French cities of Montreal-Quebec City, and by Vancouver. The rest, pardon me whoever reads this, is the rest. Too cold, too far away, empty. The other large cities like Regina, Edmonton, Calgary, sure, they're busy, have jobs, but for the foreigner coming to Canada, about to start a new life, and who doesn't speak French fluently, it's either the GTA or Vancouver.
I don't know if you'd be interested in contacting fellow Germans here (I tried to stay as far away as possible from other Brazilians, but that's just me) but that would be good for networking. As someone already mentioned in this thread, it's not only/exactly what you know how to/can do, but also who you know. And if you have connections, it'll be easier to find jobs. The job market has just had it's best month from the past 6 years, so now seems like a good time to come. And the area with most Germans in Canada is in the GTA. Anyways, having a well done profile on LinkedIn is crucial.
But be mindful that Canada has its own problems: it lives under the shadow of the USA, so while we have a much easier life here (better minimum wages, no school shootings), if the US's economy goes up, we go up. If it goes down, we follow suit. Politics, social trends, commerce, it's all affected by the US. It's a very different world from Europe, very different values, so be prepared for a very different way of life here.
Well, I'm open to help you. Mach's gut und bis dann!