Canada's Immigration Website Crashes As Trump Leads In US Elections
The site crashed at about 11.30am Malaysian time.
The media has been abuzz with reports of Canada's immigration website that crashed as the US election results are coming in
According to Business Insider, the immigration website crashed at about 10.30pm eastern time (11.30am local time).
However, no information has been released so far on the cause for the site's crash.
Canada's immigration and citizenship website has crashed https://t.co/tRjyBSCSiX— TIME (@TIME) November 9, 2016
The crash came just as the US presidential election results showed that Donald Trump was leading. As of 12.57pm local time, Trump is far ahead of Hillary Clinton, having won 244 states while she is lagging at only 209.
Twitter has been exploding with Americans talking about leaving the country...
@TIME @ddlovato @FortuneMagazine u can live w me i'm moving in a month— becca (@yesgirljauregui) November 9, 2016
@TIME @ddlovato @FortuneMagazine bye USA, hello Canada— Kananda (@nandarln) November 9, 2016
We were thinking of taking a nice vacation at universal studios next summer... plans have changed, Canada's Wonderland it is.— The Proud Caribbean (@ProudWestIndian) November 9, 2016
anybody in canada or the u.k. wanna get married pic.twitter.com/jofqAMCfpG— million dollar pussy (@carmenhatesu) November 9, 2016
Might have to wait to apply to immigrate to Canada pic.twitter.com/a7qBKnjoyF— Anonymous (@YourAnonNews) November 9, 2016
YO @CANADA FIX UR IMMIGRATION WEBSITE I HAVE FORMS TO FILL OUT— april rose (@aprilpoland) November 9, 2016
In the midst of this, Business Insider also mentioned that their current top story is, 'How to move to Canada and become a Canadian citizen'
Meanwhile, looks like Canadians might not be too happy about it...