Canada is about as bilingual as the United States. Once you get out of Quebec and Montreal French is not spoken very much and even in both those areas English is still the dominant language.<quoted text>
I'm not the one claiming to be poised to leave the country. Canada is a bilingual country, but as one of the languages is English, Murphy would be OK. In Japan, over his head.
And I don't know for certain, but I suspect that Murph is one of those who objects to those signs in WalMart and elsewhere.
Sort of like how you can go to many areas in the south west and Florida and Spanish is about as common as English.
Switzerland is nice. English, French, German. I speak a little of the other two and they have some nice gun laws. Beautiful country too. Been there a few times. My credentials would be good there for my profession too. I also have family there and also in Germany. If things ever went south in this country that's probably where I would go to.