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The number of Google searches for 'move to Canada' hit the roof

The number of Google searches for 'move to Canada' hit the roof
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The number of Google searches for 'move to Canada' hit the roof during the U.S. presidential debate on Tuesday!

Searches for things like “how to move to Canada” peaked at around 10 p.m. Tuesday night and apparently, Oregon residents were the most interested in moving, with Vermont and Colorado not far behind.

Related searches included “can U.S. citizens travel to Canada” and “how much do teachers make in Canada.” And, one of most the popular Canadian town searched was, again, Cape Breton Island.

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