If was required to migrate to a location outside of North America, I’d choose Japan. There are many Push Factors™ and Pull Factors™ for moving out of Canada and into Japan and these will be discussed momentarily.
My main appeal for moving into Japan is the technological background. Since a large portion of successful electronic manufacturers are Japanese, I would likely have an easier time finding a job in the electronics in that area, after I’d learned Japanese, of course. Electronic manufacturers like Sony, Panasonic, Canon, Sharp, Motorola, Toshiba, and Samsung are all based in Japan, and automobile manufacturers such as Toyota, Nissan, and Honda are Japanese as well. Besides the technological appeal, the climate is slightly warmer than in Canada. These are the Pull Factors™ for moving to Japan.
The main Push Factor™ for moving away from Canada is Quebec. First of all, Quebec is a have-not province, meaning that it takes more money from the government than it contributes. Secondly, Quebec is always insisting that they become a separate country, though they never do so. Finally, all Liberal candidates are from Quebec, and because of this, the Liberal party sometimes is stuck with a candidate with an English speaking issue, such as Stéphane Dion. Quebec is definitely a reason for migrating.
With all of these factors taken into consideration, it would be a good choice to migrate to Japan. From the technological Pull Factors™ to the Push Factors™ of Quebec, Japan would definitely be a top choice of places to migrate to.