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Many people, including celebrities like Lena Dunham and Samuel L. Jackson, have said they'll pack up and move to Canada if Donald Trump becomes president. 

Well there's now a dating website offering to match Canadians with Americans fleeing to the north. 

Maple Match launched about a week ago and 13,000 people, 25% of them being Canadians, have already signed up, CBC reports.

"Maple Match makes it easy for Americans to find the ideal Canadian partner to save them from the unfathomable horror of a Trump presidency," the website advertises to visitors.

The front page boldly declares: "Make dating great again."

It offers people the opportunity to sign up for a waitlist and says it will follow up "soon."

According to Google Trends, there was a massive spike in searches for "how to move Canada" after Trump's big primary wins in early March.

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