This study reports on a population of Anglophone Canadian seasonal migrants to Florida. Surveys were mailed to 4,500 subscribers to Canada News, a Florida-based weekly paper, and were completed by 61% of the respondents. The descriptive profile reveals younger-old, healthy, married, home owners of moderate income who stay in Fionda for six months, but communicate regularly with their Canadian family. They utilize no social services in Florida, are satisfied with life and with their Florida health care experiences, but take various precautionary health care measures prior to leaving Canada. Their Florida visits will continue, moderated more by the exchange rate than health concerns. These data will be discussed relative to policy issues for Florida and Canada.