Since Super Tuesday results started to come out, Google searches for 'How can I move to Canada' reportedly rose by over 300%.
It's not rocket science to reach the conclusion these searches are coming from the US.
Why though? What's Canada got that America, or the rest of the world even, doesn't?
For starters, THIS man
Who put together arguably the most diverse cabinet on the planet including 50% women "because it's 2015."
Who announced last month he would march in Toronto's Pride Parade this July. Making him arguably the first sitting premier anywhere in the world to do so.
It's not like he's adopting the 'gay cause' for public perception either. He's attended Pride Parades in Vancouver and Toronto for years - he just wasn't PM then.
And the fact that they decidedly don't have THIS man
They understand the meaning of the word 'fair' like very few countries on the planet
And it's nothing to do with your skin colour.
They've had marriage equality since 2005
They have universal healthcare.
Their constitution rules you don't have to be born in Canada to be Prime Minister.
They have religious freedom.
Their humaneness to the refugee situation - especially under Trudeau - has been remarkable.
Their sense of humour is awesome. This video is proof
When Canada realised that its neighbour, the "greatest country in the word" has Donald Trump as presidential candidate frontrunner, they went into emergency mode and came up with an alternative.
They pitched 'Canada' as candidate for US president.
In this awesome video
The Canadian side of the Niagara Falls is way prettier than the American
They. Don't. Like. Guns.
Gun laws are among the strictest on the planet.
Do we really have to explain why this is a good thing?
And finally, they invented that most 'American' of foods, peanut butter
Apparently Marcellus Gilmore Edson patented peanut paste in Montreal in 1884 - originally it was made for people who couldn't chew.
Go on, hit search. You know you want to.
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