Pollsters Point to Rising Open Prejudice, Quebec Seats to Clarify Liberals’ U-turn on Refugees


Pollsters point to rising open prejudice, Quebec seats to clarify Liberals’ U-turn on refugees

Border Security Minister Bill Blair has announced that the government will no longer accept demands from refugees that already have applied in another country that Canada deems safe, including the U.S. and that has been refused.

Measurements from the Immigration and Refugee Board demonstrate that 38,646 cases were made by “sporadic” border crossers between February 2017 and December 2018. Just 9,330 have been managed so far by the IRB, which has acknowledged somewhat less than half of them as substantial cases, while the other half were dismissed, pulled back, or deserted.

The administration has additionally moved to renegotiate the Safe Third Country Agreement with the United States. That being said, Canada needs to change the agreement to close the proviso encompassing cases at non-official points of entry.

Mr. Trudeau’s legislature stood out as truly newsworthy in 2015 when it consented to invite 25,000 Syrians escaping war in their nation within a range of months. The abrupt inundation of outskirt crossers from the United States, in any case—a considerable lot of them starting in Haiti and Nigeria—has put his legislature on edge over refugee policy since early 2017.



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