Canada's Immigration Site Crashed This Morning Following Trump's Election
The reaction has been swift
The website of Canada's Immigration Services crashed this morning after Donald Trump was elected President of the United States.
Trump was named the shock winner of the election this morning and accepted the role of President in the last hour.
The response to his election has been swift, with London stock markets falling and financial experts expressing fear for global stability.
It also been revealed that the so many people logged on to Canada's Immigration Services website that it crashed in the early hours of this morning.
Canada immigration website is down. Too many people trying to get on. Literally not joking— Tyde Levi (@TydeLevi) November 9, 2016
Oh America, it looks like Canada will be building a wall because their immigration website has just crashed! 😂😂😂 #ElectionNight— Jacob Alexander (@RednaxelaUK) November 9, 2016
Dear Americans,— nixCraft (@nixcraft) November 9, 2016
Canadian immigration web site is not crashing we shut it down.
Sysadmin/IT team, Canada. #Elections2016