Cape Breton Island, Canada, recruits Americans disgusted with Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton

CAPE BRETON ISLAND, Nova Scotia — Disgusted by Donald Trump? Repulsed by Hillary Clinton? For those dreading the outcome of the November presidential election, Canada wants you.Denizens of Cape Breton Island, a visually stunning but population-starved Nova Scotia coastal retreat, are busily recruiting disaffected U.S. voters, urging them to consider a move north of the border in the event that their candidate loses.Launched by local radio talk-show host Rob Calabrese, the campaign began in February as an appeal to anti-Trump voters. He was stunned by the response: More than one million inquiries poured in after he launched his website, “Cape Breton if Donald Trump Wins.”With the Republican losing ground in recent weeks to the Democrat Clinton, however, Mr. Calabrese wants Trump supporters to know that the island’s call for expatriates is bipartisan.“Hundreds of people have written in saying that exact same thing. They want to …
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