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Border Services Report Says Bogus Refugees From Hungary Could Cost Canada $222 Million A Year

A recent report by the Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) estimates that each refugee claimant who has their application rejected by the Canadian Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB), due either to lack of evidence of persecution in their home country … Continue reading

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Statistics Show Bogus Asylum Seekers Racking Up Health Care Costs

Immigration Canada released statistics on health care spending for refugee claimants yesterday to bolster its case that the recent scaling back of free health care for asylum seekers was necessary. The statistics show that refugee claimants from Mexico, Hungary, Columbia, … Continue reading

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Refugee Law, Bill C-31, Set to Pass Today

Bill C-31, a proposed set of laws to reform Canada’s refugee system, is expected to pass the House of Commons today. The bill would give the Department of Citizenship and Immigration the discretion to create a list of ‘safe’ democratic … Continue reading

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