March 3, 2016

How to Move to Canada?

Because Donald Trump may soon to be the next president of the United States of America, it looks like many Americans are now thinking of moving to Canada.  At least according to this Washington Post article.  
In the waning hours of Super Tuesday, the American public took note of a few key developments: 
Donald Trump was projected to win in at least seven states.
Chris Christie, who endorsed Trump last week, was shown standing behind the Republican presidential front-runner wearing an expression of unmasked horror. 
And, the government of Canada’s immigration website was experiencing delays.
Coincidence? The Internet didn’t think so. [Washington Post]
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How to Move to Canada?
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