Canada seems to be a pretty popular destination these days.
Many Americans have already decided that they’re moving north if Donald Trump wins the election. At least, that’s according to their social media posts. But now another nation is preparing to pack its bags and move to the land of beavers and maple leaves: the U.K.
That’s right, in the wake of the vote to leave the EU, the search term “move to Canada” surged in England, Wales and Scotland.
Other popular search terms that came after the vote included “how to move to Canada,” “Can I move to Canada” and “move to Canada from uk.” Google documents also reveal that the idea of moving to Canada dominated any interest in moving to other countries like Australia, the U.S. or other EU countries.
We can’t blame them. After all, Canada is easily the best country in the world (we also share the same Queen). But even though we’re not the type to gloat about it, we should certainly be proud that we’re viewed so favorably by others around the world–whether you support the U.K.’s decision to leave or not.
We’ll be seeing you soon, Britain.
You can learn more about what the “leave” vote means for both Canada and the world in the video below: