In light of Donald Trump edging out Republican leadership hopefuls Ted Cruz and John Kasich in Indiana this week, cheeky rhetoric enticing Americans to make the move north of the border has picked up once again.
Last month, music streaming site Spotify jumped on the buzz, using the already popular #movingtoCanada hashtag and offering subscribers a tool to find the Canadian equivalent to their favourite American artists. Travel website Hotels.com built a special page inviting people to “be a tourist before becoming a resident.”
But the reality – and perhaps more importantly – the costs associated with running from Trump by immigrating to the north isn’t as easy as switching to Bryan Adams from Bob Dylan.
“It sounds nice in the media: ‘I’m going to leave and go to Canada’ – well… you can’t, unless you’ve got some kind of (work or family) sponsorship,” says Brian Wruk author of ‘The American in Canada’ and founder of Transition Financial Advisors Group – which helps both Americans andRead More »from Moving to Canada because of Trump? Good luck with that...