Donald Trump came out on top on Super Tuesday, winning seven out of 11 states in his quest to become the Republican Presidential nominee.
Many Americans vowed to move to Canada if Trump becomes President. Maybe you're one of them. But if you're going to move here, the question is: Where, exactly, should you go?
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Where In Canada Should You Move To If Trump Becomes President?
St. John's is filled with friendly, hard-working people. Donald Trump wouldn't be caught dead associating with them, which means that's where you should move.
A charming, tasteful city full of French people? There is literally zero chance of Trump ever finding you here.
Sudbury has the Big Nickel. Do you think Trump would go anywhere near a nickel, even if it's giant? Nope. You're safe here.
Good news: Cape Breton wants you to move there, too! It's even its own island, which would make it even more isolated from Trump.
Have you ever heard of Miramichi? Neither has anyone in Canada. But you know what that means: Trump won't know where it is, either.
Charlottetown is the perfect place to hide from Trump. He's not going to scuff his golden shoes with all that red dirt, is he?
Churchill is the polar bear capital of the world! And even if, by some small chance, Trump goes there, the bears might eat him. There's no downside here.
There is no building in Saskatoon tall or hideous enough for Trump to put his name on, so it's the perfect place to get away from him.
Trump would never visit a place named after a woman, would he? So that's where you should go if you want to escape him.
Do you have any idea how many hippies there are in Victoria? A lot. Do you know what Trump hates? Hippies. Time for you to buy a one-way ticket here.
The Northern Lights of Yellowknife would probably confuse Trump; he'd think it was the work of aliens (who, he'd insist, were there illegally). What better place to steer clear of him?
You'll have to get used to snow, but consider this: the farther and deeper you get into the wilderness, the farther away you get from Trump.
Sure, it's freezing and isolated here. But you know what's not here? Donald Trump. You know what you have to do.