Tuesday, November 24, 2009

"Moving to Canada"

Pulled this up on Google Trends.



Interesting.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Cuban cigars and internet poker are both legal in Canada. What more could you ask for? The line up to vote at a national, provincial, or municipal election, is on average three to five minutes.
But beware, ESPN is banned in Canada. Anyone receiving illegal US satellite signals, can get you up to one year in Federal prison.This policy is not called censorship, it is called cultural protection.

Anonymous said...

Ok, I understand 2007 and on... but what's up with that spike in 2004?

Nick Rowe said...

I remember leftists as far back as 1984 saying they planned to move to New Zealand out of fear Ronald Reagan would start a nuclear war. Instead of escaping painful realities, they bolt from irrational fears.

Ed Kohler said...

I wonder if the latest tier comes from people learning more about universal health care?

Captain Capitalism said...

Yes Ed, I'm sure that's why they typed in MOVING to Canada and not "Canadian HEALTH CARE"

BDFT said...

Canada has its disadvantages but at least our socialist elements in government are in complete disarray. We also have lots of oil and lower corporate taxes. I don't understand why more US companies don't relocate here.

Anonymous said...

BDFT Things would have to get very bad in the US before I would move to Canada because it's freaking cold there. Rita in So California

Captain Capitalism said...

I can actually appreciate that. However, I live in Minnesota, so there are places in Canada that are actually warmer.

BMO life insurance said...

Well, the 2004 seems a little off. I mean, in comparison with other years, there sure is a big bump in that year. Why was that so? Was Canada more attractive that year? Lol, but seriously, does that have something with the big EU enlargement?

Lorne

Anonymous said...

Maybe people remembered the first Bush and decided to take a different path.