Canada’s immigration website crashed and faced troubles before Donald Trump was declared the 45th president of US. The possible reason was because lots of anxious Americans are looking to move to Canada.
Canada’s Immigration Website Crashed As Donald Trump Won The Presidency
There are many reasons which show that the latest presidential election is historic. Donald Trump has been elected as the 45th President of the United States.
Trump takes 276 electoral votes to 218 for Hillary Clinton
Donald Trump’s victory assured to have widespread impact of America’s financial policies and its relationship with the world.
A Strange and rare incident happened last night when the US election results started to flow in. Canada’s immigration website was crashed. Some people are still facing problems right now to access the website.
The official website for “Citizenship and Immigration Canada” had completely stopped working a few hours ago, apparently because of a huge number of people are looking to emigrate to the country from south of the border.
The CIC website offers different methods to apply either to live in or to become a citizen of Canada and provides some information on how to gain the citizenship. However, the visitors were greeted with an error message which describes.
“500- Internal Server error.”, “There is a problem with the resource you are looking for, and it cannot be displayed”. This might be because the huge number of Americans have begun to check their option to settle down as a Canadian citizen.
Tons of people are looking to leave the country and move to Canada. Even Hollywood stars like Miley Cyrus, Amy Schumer announced that they would leave the US if Donald Trump wins the election.
Canada’s official Twitter account also tweeted a message that seems to be in reference the US elections, Here is what Canada’s official twitter account twitted:
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
On the other hand, Canadians are using the hashtag #WhatYouDoNotKnowAboutCanada on twitter to offer some support to those who are recently planned to become a citizen of Canada. Here are the series of tweets:
Just ask a Canadian.
We're nice, we will help you out. 🇨🇦
— f r a n (@PwrFulWmn) November 8, 2016
If you guys are coming up here just know it's "colours" "Centre" and "Zed" oh and two L's in "travelled" #WhatYouDoNotKnowAboutCanada
— QOAT (@ouijevis) November 9, 2016
#WhatYouDoNotKnowAboutCanada there is no duel-ethnic nationality. There is no African Canadian or Asian Canadian.
we are all Canadians.
— darwin (@mittens_) November 8, 2016
— Charlotte Higgins (@eirelandlily) November 9, 2016
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