I'm not the OP but I gave it a whack. The descriptions are as listed in Eden Gray's Complete Guide to Tarot.
Six of Pentacles
A good man, probably a merchant, gives money to the needy with balance and judgement. From a good heart, he shares with others.
‘Alms dispensed with justice, gifts, inheritance. Gain in material undertakings. Others will share with you justly; you will receive what you deserve.'
Opposing Forces for Good or Evil
Knight of Cups
A stately knight in armor, but not warlike. He wears a winged helmet, sign of the imagination and of the dual-sexed nature of Hermes. He carries his cup firmly as he approaches a stream.
‘A young man who is graceful, poetic, but indolent. He is a dreamer of sensual delights. Can mean the bringer of a message, a proposition, or an invitation.’
Basis of the Matter
Seven of Rods/Wands Inverted
The youth’s stance is that of a yeoman fighting for his land. Six enemies are attacking from below.
‘Ignorance, pretense. The querent is threatened. Caution against indecision.’
Ten of Pentacles
A patriarch rests at ease before an archway on which is inscribed a coat of arms. His family and dogs are with him, signifying the solidarity of an ancient family carrying on in prosperity.
‘Riches, inheritance. Attention to family matters, interest in one’s ancestry. A problem concerning a will or pension. May refer to the acquiring of a house or other property.’
Represents Possible Future
Four of Cups
A young man sits in contemplation under a tree, oblivious of the three filled cups before him. From above he is also offered another cup, which he disdains.
‘A stationary period in one’s life, weariness, surfeit. Dissatisfaction with material success. Reevaluation of one’s earthly pleasures. Kindness from others.’
Things That Will Come to Pass
Seven of Pentacles
A strong young farmer leans on his hoe and gazes at the pentacles growing on the vine at his right. Will he receive the harvest from his work?
‘Pause during the development of an enterprise. Unprofitable speculations. Loss of a promising fortune. Disappointment. Anxiety about a loan. Success not attained.’
‘Adaptation, tempering coordination, self-control, modification. Working in harmony with others, good management. What we have imagined will come to pass. Successful combinations will be achieved.’
Eight of Pentacles
The sculptor’s apprentice is carving out a pentacle; he exhibits other on the post beside him. Compare this card with the Three of Pentacles, in which the sculptor has become a mature artist and receives his reward.
‘Learning a trade or profession. The beginning of a profitable undertaking. Employment or commission to come. Skill in material affairs, handiwork, and the arts—sometimes remaining only in the apprenticeship phase.’
Two of Cups Inverted
A young man and maiden make their vows of affection, each holding a cup filled with the good things of life. Two serpents entwine a staff, the phallic emblem of life’s creative fire. The serpents represent a balance between good and evil; above them, the lion of carnal desires has taken wing.
‘False love, dissipation, folly, violent passion, disunity, misunderstanding.’
Eight of Swords Inverted
Again a maiden is ‘hoodwinked’ (blindfolded) and this time she is also bound. (note: this is making reference to the Two of Swords) She stands in a marshy place surrounded by swords. In the distance there is a castle high on a rocky cliff.
‘New beginnings now possible. Impulsive, generous nature. Relaxation from fear. Freedom.’
So…if I had to make an interpretation based off've this spread, it sounds like there's some reluctance to move away from the life and area that you're already familiar with, but there are good business opportunities for you or your husband in Canada. I'd say that the transitional period is going to be a bit rough, as the Four of Cups and Seven of Pentacles seem to go hand-in-hand with one another–you might not immediately receive the rewards that you expect out of the move, and the fact that we see an inverted Two of Cups in 'Hopes' may mean that you fear it's going to put a strain on your relationship.
(When I learned the Celtic Cross spread, this position was described to me as 'Hopes and Fears', whereas the book I'm using at the moment says it's just 'Hopes', and that the place I originally learned to specify for the querent is 'Fears'. This text is from the 1970s, so it may just be out of date, but make of that what you will.) The overall outcome seems to suggest that you'll be able to power through it to your benefit, though.