An island in Canada is looking to attract people to move there, and they’re using American politics as the biggest draw.

A website for Cape Breton Island off the coast of Nova Scotia is using the website "" to persuade Americans who may not be thrilled at the prospect of the GOP frontrunner ascending to the White House.

"Hi Americans!," the website’s intro page reads. "Donald Trump may be the President of your country. If that happens, and you decide to get the hell out of there, might I suggest moving to Cape Breton Island!"

Though it’s unclear if the website was sanctioned directly by Cape Breton authorities, an FAQ page notes that, "Is this for real? Yes" and "Is this a joke? No."

Additionally, a link at the bottom of the page links to

In a not-so-veiled shot at Trump, the website notes that "health care is free, you know your neighbours and they look out for you, and nobody has a hand gun."

The site notes that Cape Breton has had "unsustainable" issues due to decreased population and is looking for ways to entice residents to move there.

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