(WASHINGTON TIMES) CAPE BRETON ISLAND, Nova Scotia — Disgusted by Donald Trump? Repulsed by Hillary Clinton? For those dreading the outcome of the November presidential election, Canada wants you.
Denizens of Cape Breton Island, a visually stunning but population-starved Nova Scotia coastal retreat, are busily recruiting disaffected U.S. voters, urging them to consider a move north of the border in the event that their candidate loses.
Launched by local radio talk-show host Rob Calabrese, the campaign began in February as an appeal to anti-Trump voters. He was stunned by the response: More than one million inquiries poured in after he launched his website, “Cape Breton if Donald Trump Wins.”
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