Canadian town pitched as a place to go for Americans if Trump becomes president
Many Americans have joked about leaving the country if Donald Trump ends up as the nation's next president.
If such a thing does come to pass, some may be comforted to know that Canada's Cape Breton Island is a welcoming place.
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On Monday, a website called 'Cape Breton if Donald Trump wins' was launched.
The site encourages Americans not to wait until the last minute to make plans and boasts the advantages of packing up and moving to the Nova Scotia locale.
Among them are the usual Canadian perks like free hospital visits and a year's worth of paid leave for those who have a baby.
Also noted is that the weather there is, contrary to popular perception, much like that in the American northeast.
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