Before we see northbound traffic jams on the odd-numbered interstates, you might want to consider this possibility:
Again. It's just a possibility that might appeal to some. Don't forget that the winters are long and very, very cold. Even in fairly temperate Southern Ontario, north of Buffalo and across Lake Ontario, the first frost is usually in October and we don't plant gardens until late May. If you select a prairie province, the winters are even more harsh and daylight is brief in midwinter. Still, it's a friendly, peaceful country.