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#MeanwhileInCanada: Canadians React To U.S. Election

11/09/2016 01:08 EST | Updated 11/09/2016 01:20 EST

As the U.S. presidential election raged on, some Canadians were freaking out over a potential Trump in the White House.

#MeanwhileInCanada was an outlet for America's northern neighbour to stress out over who would be the 45th U.S. president.

It looked a lot like Canadians were going through the five stages of grief:

Denial

Some didn't think it was possible for Trump to come close to winning. As the states turned red, many kept the faith that Americans would vote for Hillary Clinton:

But then it became clear that it the race was closer than first projected. Enter the second stage...

Anger

When that didn't work, others tried to reason with U.S. citizens through the third stage of grief.

Bargaining

Many called for a wall between the two countries. As the jokes dried up, in came the fourth stage.

Depression

And then, finally for some:

Acceptance

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