Canadian Immigration Site Overwhelmed on Election Day

Posted by at 10:53 am on November 9, 2016

Canada Maple Leaf“If [insert presidential nominee here] wins the election, I’m moving to Canada,” has been a popular part of political fights for the last couple of election cycles, but it turns last night it could be more than a threat.

On Tuesday night, as polling results rolled in, the Citizenship and Immigration Canada website was temporarily forced offline. Apparently, it was overwhelmed by Americans considering a move up north over a Donald Trump presidency.

folks looking for information on the site yesterday were met with a 500server error. This already happen this year in March same thing after Trump won the Super Tuesday primaries.

at the time of this posting, Canada’s immigration site was back online, allowing US residents to find all the details needed to start planning a move to the 416,604 or any other parts of the great white north..

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