Donald Trump has officially been elected the 45th President of the United States of America. For some this is considered a great triumph, and for others, a great disappointment.
Ever since the live streaming of the polls, millions of tweets and Facebook posts have been flooding the internet regarding the election; some of which have to do with the crashing of the Canadian Citizenship and Immigration website.
Justin Trudeau made a shocking announcement this morning saying that the Canadian government so far has received about 11.5 million immigration applications from American residents wishing to move into the cold north (we’re sure you can guess why). He then proceeded to say that ‘although Canada as a nation sadly will not be able to accept all applications, we will most likely ease our immigration rules to assist our fellow Americans.
Trudeau then follows by outlining Canada’s strongest morals, reflecting on the diversity and acceptance for all people, no matter their background. What do you think about this? Should the Canadian government ease up on the immigration rules for their fellow Americans?
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