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Jared (and pr):
Both of my wife's sisters (who live in Minnesota) have been spending winters in Arizona the last couple of years. In both of the resorts where they stay, there are more Canadians than there are any other group. In all, 1,000,000 Canadians winter in Arizona each year, and they spend $1 billion a year in tourism dollars. In all, 23 million Canadians came to America in 2014, and they spent 26.3 billion when they were here, so it's pretty clear that they like America.
In the unlikely event that "the orange one" gets elected President, I know at least a few people who would seriously consider moving to Canada on a permanent basis.
Canada has loonies (the Canadian dollar) and we have Republicans, so we're actually similar in a few ways. On the positive side, Wreck Beach (in Vancouver, British Columbia) is considered to be one of the best "clothing optional" beaches in the world. In most places in Canada, you can also buy Carrington's Rye Whiskey, which is absolutely amazing stuff.