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While immigration to Canada increased during the years of Bush’s elections, the rise was not more than increases in other years, data from the Montreal-based Association for Canadian Studies show.For single Americans terrified by the prospect of President Trump, a new dating site called “Maple Match” offers one way out: date a Canadian.“Maple Match makes it easy for Americans to find the ideal Canadian partner to save them from the unfathomable horror of a Trump presidency,” the site’s homepage romantically proclaims.Trump’s bombastic campaign to lead the Republican Party to the November presidential election has alarmed some Americans, both liberals and those in his own party, and the pledge by some to move to Canada if he is elected has gathered steam.In February, the island of Cape Breton on Canada’s Atlantic coast marketed itself as a tranquil refuge for Americans seeking to escape should Trump capture the White House.Though marrying a Canadian does not automatically grant Canadian citizenship, the promise of finding love in a country where Donald Trump will never be president has already lured in 35,000 hits—and the site isn’t even active yet.“Americans are using this as a serious opportunity to meet Canadians,” Maple Match’s creator, Joe Goldman, told the Guardian.
Polyamory, as well as other non-traditional ways of structuring relationships, are increasingly common among all cross-sections of society.
Signing up, creating a profile and checking out who else is on the site costs nothing, however, if you'd like to contact others or reply to anything other than the first message a paying member sends you, you'll need to fork out the monthly fee to make contact.
More » While it's true that this app isn't just for polyamorous couples, like the aforementioned Ok Cupid, its user base tends to lean toward open-minded folks who think outside the box of conventional relationships.
Canada’s online dating industry earned money, but Canadians were those who have lost their money through online dating.
The CBC reports that according to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre, people in Canada are million shorter in 2012 because of online dating related frauds. This type of frauds caused more losses than any other type of fraud in Canada.