Does the presidential election have you thinking: "Canada might not be a bad place to live?" Turns out, you're not the only American citizen considering jumping the border.
In Canada, immigrants are encouraged to bring their cultural traditions with them and share them with their fellow citizens. pic.twitter.com/MOuStZbSX7
— Canada (@Canada) November 9, 2016
Canada's Citizenship and Immigration website appeared to have crashed for about four minutes on Election Night. The server error showed up just as election results showed Donald Trump expecting to take Florida and Ohio, two key states in the race for the presidency.
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The incident may have just been a coincidence, but it didn't take long for Twitter users to blame the heavy traffic on the U.S. election results rolling in.
The Canadian immigration site crashed. That's not a joke, it actually crashed.
— Elias Toufexis (@EliasToufexis) November 9, 2016
— Kristian Sturt (@FootieWriter) November 9, 2016
— abdul ? (@Advil) November 9, 2016