Canada’s immigration website crashed due to ‘significant increase’ in choosing night traffic

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.