The number of Americans leaving the United States to immigrate to Canada has increased even more under Joe Biden’s presidency than it did during the term of Donald Trump. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada’s (IRCC) website overloaded as “move to Canada” and “immigrate to Canada” surged following election night. The term “immigration to Canada” briefly rose to the top of Google queries in Canada. During the four years of Trump’s presidency, 37,205 Americans became new permanent residents of Canada, on average 771 per month. During Biden’s term in office, 16,385 people made the move to Canada permanently with an average of about 1,024 every month.