The map above shows Italy divided into regions each with a roughly equal population of 20 million people.
The map above shows how various “Spanish” speaking countries refer to their language. In the US. Mexico, the Caribbean, Philippines, Africa and the majority of Central America the language is known as Español (Spanish), whereas in most of South America it is known as Castellano (Castilian).
And of course to make matters more confusing it can be know by either in Span itself.
Trump’s surprise presidential victory, has resulted in a predictable surge in Americans searching for ‘How to move to Canada.‘ However, the scale of interest was enough to knock Canada’s Citizenship and Immigration website offline for several hours.
While the website is working once again, it’s likely that interest in moving to Canada will remain high in the lead-up to President Trump taking office (and likely long afterwards).
Canada’s economy has long depended on successfully exploiting natural resources from fish to fur to forests to fossil fuels. Yet, Canada’s most valuable resource today, may be citizenship itself.
So how can Canada exploit and benefit from this situation?