It was Mark Orkin.He also wrote Speaking Canadian French, Canajun, Eh?, and Canadien, Hein?, as well as a bunch of law textbooks. (I'm not a lawyer, but I used to edit law books for a living, in case you're wondering.)
Thanks, Metchosin, for expanding on what I just sloganized on. Economic refugeeism involves more than just going where the resources are, it also involves getting away from where the resources aren't any more. And there's all that relocating for other reasons. My point is that I think Canadians may relocate more readily that Americans or Brits.
I'll be out your way next weekend (well, just Vancouver) for the annual meeting of the Canadian Society for Traditional Music. Has Mike Ballantyne talked you into going? Or do you know him?
Must rush off to a gig. (Strange thing for a banjo-player to be saying, eh?)