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  • Air Canada taps into Americans’ anxieties
  • Air Canada taps into Americans’ anxieties
    Thomas Hawk (2010) ©
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Air Canada taps into Americans’ anxieties

The prospect of a Trump presidency has caused some in the US to consider heading abroad; on the day he won primaries in seven states, Google searches for ‘move to Canada’ hit their highest levels since Bush won the 2004 election. Now, Air Canada is offering its potential new residents a test drive.

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