Canadian immigration site crashes mid-elections

As Trump gets closer to the White House, millions of Americans explore the option of moving to Canada.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 9, 2016 09:03
Server Down

Server Down. (photo credit: TWITTER)

 
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The Canadian immigration site was temporarily down, displaying an "internal server problem". Many people speculate it was due to a great surge in traffic as election results develop in the United States.




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