In January 2017, Donald Trump became the president of the United States.
Many Americans are thinking about moving to neighboring Canada.
The Canadian immigration site crashed on the USA November Election night.
Here is the 2016 ranking of the “Best Places to Live for New Canadians”
by MoneySense, a Toronto-based personal finance website.
To compile the list, MoneySense studied 219 Canadian cities and towns and ranked them on different parameters of well-being, especially focusing on
low unemployment rates, high percentage of immigrant populations, and
low monthly rent.