Canada: A land of ghost towns

(Photo from Wikimedia Commons)
(Photo from Wikimedia Commons)

So here’s my new plan for the many citizens of Canada who are fed up with winter . . .

Let’s move the whole population, excluding people who live in Vancouver, Victoria and other western communities that don’t receive snow, to Arizona or some other warm U.S. state that has room for us. We’re only talking about 34 million people.

If the Israelis could create a habitable area in the desert, so can Canadians: we could even bring in our fresh water via pipeline.

Think about it: no more snow . . .

— Jillian

P.S. File this under “Midwinter Fever”

11 thoughts on “Canada: A land of ghost towns

  1. Fever?!?! More Like Delirium! I’ll take hot-buttered rum or sauna+nakid in snow thanks. Besides, too many guns, snakes and scorpions down there in Tombstone |D

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  2. 5. Power of state to contract debts; purposes; limit; restrictions
    Section 5. The state may contract debts to supply the casual deficits or failures in revenues, or to meet expenses not otherwise provided for; but the aggregate amount of such debts, direct and contingent, whether contracted by virtue of one or more laws, or at different periods of time, shall never exceed the sum of three hundred and fifty thousand dollars; and the money arising from the creation of such debts shall be applied to the purpose for which it was obtained or to repay the debts so contracted, and to no other purpose.
    In addition to the above limited power to contract debts the state may borrow money to repel invasion, suppress insurrection, or defend the state in time of war; but the money thus raised shall be applied exclusively to the object for which the loan shall have been authorized or to the repayment of the debt thereby created. No money shall be paid out of the state treasury, except in the manner provided by law.

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