OMG, Canada’s immigration site has crashed. pic.twitter.com/xYVZE8rIxo
— Meena Thiruvengadam (@Meena_Thiru) November 9, 2016
The CBC on Wednesday confirmed that Canada’s immigration website crashed after an choosing night trade spike.
Remi Lariviere, orator for Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, told a CBC that a supervision agency’s site “became temporarily untouched to users as a outcome of a poignant boost in a volume of traffic” on Tuesday as Donald Trump marched to victory.
The Post’s Rick Noack wrote about a website’s troubles overnight, when it was not nonetheless immediately transparent either a glitch was coincidental.
The site appears to be operative now.