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If I recall if they don’t have proper documentation on arrival the airline is responsible for the cost?  Or maybe it’s different if they claim refugee status ?...not sure,

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In my Airline history I have "fished" several passports from Aircraft Lavatories. Not a remotely fun job but at least it prevents false claims.


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That Canadian border crisis? Yup, it’s still happening


  • Calgary Sun
  • 2 Feb 2020
  • CANDICE MALCOLM — Candice Malcolm is the author of the new book NoBorder:Justin Trudeau’sAssaultonBorder Security, available on @CandiceMalcolm
img?regionKey=YIm%2biVN%2b1jBEEV8cAQHtcQ%3d%3dJOERAEDLE/GETTYIMAGES The boundary marker cut into the forest marks the line between Canada (on the right) and the United States in Vermont.

Canada’s crisis of illegal immigration has reached new heights, and yet, you wouldn’t know about it from watching the evening news, listening to the radio or reading most newspapers in Canada.

News reports on illegal border crossers and dubious asylum claimants have all but disappeared in the media, despite new record-breaking numbers.

What was once a border crisis is now the new normal in Canada.

Last year was the worst year on record for asylum claims. In 2019, Canada received 63,830 asylum applications from people who entered the country illegally or under false pretenses.

This represents a 16% jump from 2018 when 55,040 claims were filed, and 27% more than in 2017 when Canada received 50,390 refugee applications.

This represents a 400% annual increase in asylum claims since Justin Trudeau became prime minister.

In fact, more asylum seekers submitted refugee applications from inside Canada in 2019 than in the final four years of Stephen Harper’s government.

Between 2012 and 2015, a total of 60,335 asylum claims were submitted, including as few as 10,365 annual claims in 2013. Under Trudeau, between 2016 and 2019, Canada has received 193,125 asylum claims.

So what happened?

In late 2015, the Trudeau government began dismantling the previous government’s reforms that had been carefully designed to discourage bogus asylum claimants and remove incentives for illegal immigrants to stay in Canada once their claim was rejected.

Trudeau alleged that it was cruel to not provide illegal immigrants with free health care — even those with pending deportation orders who were rejected by an immigration judge.

The Trudeau government scrapped a system that fasttracked immigration hearings for claimants coming from safe countries and Trudeau let it be known, through social media, interviews and photo-ops, that Canada would welcome those seeking asylum.

There was legitimate confusion, however, about Canada’s new refugee rules.

Many reasonably interpreted Trudeau’s virtue-signalling to mean that Canada’s immigration policy changed to allow all self-declared refugees.

But it had not. Canada maintains strict rules, based on international definitions, about who qualifies as a refugee. An asylum seeker must convince a judge they faced a well-founded fear of persecution in their country of origin. Asylum seekers are also required to submit a refugee application in the first safe country they reach — so those coming through the United States, in theory, should be rejected.

Because of this disconnect between Canada’s strict immigration rules and the Trudeau government’s loose messaging, Canada now faces another looming crisis.

As reported by Blacklock’s Reporter, an independent investigative news organization based in Ottawa, there are currently 52,109 illegal immigrants in Canada with outstanding deportation orders.

But don’t hold your breath waiting for the Trudeau government to deport these bogus asylum seekers.

Canada only managed to deport 648 illegal immigrants last year, and only 495 the year before.

Instead, the more likely scenario for these rejected asylum claimants is to turn to Canada’s bleeding-heart court system.

Those with deportation orders can appeal the decision to the Immigration and Refugee Board, if that fails, they can appeal that decision to a federal judge.

The current wait time for an appeal is two years, and the backlog of cases is 65,000.

According to government documents obtained by Blacklocks, “the most common way for a removal order to be quashed is by being granted permanent resident status.”

In other words, even illegal border crossers with bogus asylum claims who were rejected by a judge and issued a deportation order will likely inevitably be permitted to stay in Canada.

Trudeau has eliminated the meaningful checks that once protected the integrity of our immigration system, and as a result, Canada’s borders are wide open.

But don’t count on his friends in the mainstream media to tell you about it.

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19 hours ago, Marshall said:

Trudeau has eliminated the meaningful checks that once protected the integrity of our immigration system, and as a result, Canada’s borders are wide open.

Nope, Liberal voters have done that.

This is the second election he's won; there are no surprises, we have exactly what we voted for.

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25 minutes ago, Wolfhunter said:

Nope, Liberal voters have done that.

And there’s not ONE that will take responsibility for their actions !!

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This has been circulating for a few years but always worth a refresher for those with “convenient” memories.


So many letter writers have explained how this land is made up of immigrants. Maybe we should turn to our history books and point out to people why today's Canadian is not willing to accept the new kind of immigrant any longer.

Back in 1900 when there was a rush from all areas of Europe to come to Canada, people had to get off a ship and stand in a long line in Halifax and be documented. Some would even get down on their hands and knees and kiss the ground. They made a pledge to uphold the laws and support their new country in good and bad times. They made learning English a primary rule in their new Canadian households and some even changed their names to blend in with their new home. They had waved good bye to their birth place to give their children a new and better life and did everything in their power to help their children assimilate into one culture.

Nothing was handed to them. No free lunches, no welfare, no labour laws to protect them. All they had were the skills, craftsmanship and desire they had brought with them to trade for a future of prosperity.

Most of their children came of age when World War II broke out. Canadians fought along side men whose parents had come straight over from Germany, Italy, France, Japan, China, Czechoslovakia, Russia, Sweden, Poland and so many other places. None of these first generation Canadians ever gave any thought about what country their parents had come from. They were Canadians fighting Hitler, Mussolini and the Emperor of Japan. They were defending the Freedom as one people. When we liberated France, no one in those villages was looking for the Ukrainian-Canadian or the German-Canadian or the Irish-Canadian. The people of France saw only Canadians.

And we carried one flag that represented Our Country. Not one of those immigrant sons would have thought about picking up another country's flag and waving it to represent who they were. It would have been a disgrace to their parents who had sacrificed so much to be here. These immigrants truly knew what it meant to be a Canadian. They stirred the melting pot into one red and white bowl.

And here we are in 2015 with a new kind of immigrant who wants the same rights and privileges, only they want to achieve it by playing with a different set of rules - one that includes a Canadian passport and a guarantee of being faithful to their mother country. I'm sorry, that's not what being a Canadian is all about. Canadians have been very open-hearted and open-minded regarding immigrants, whether they were fleeing poverty, dictatorship, persecution, or what ever else makes us think of those aforementioned immigrants who truly did ADOPT our country, our flag, our morals and our customs, and left their wars, hatred, and divisions behind. I believe that the immigrants who landed in Canada in the early 1900s deserve better than that for the toil, hard work and sacrifice of those legally searching for a better life. I think they would be appalled that they are being used as an example by those waving foreign country flags, fighting foreign battles on our soil, making Canadians change to suit their religions and cultures, and wanting to change our countries fabric by claiming discrimination when we do not give in to their demands.

Its about time we get real and stand up for our forefathers rights.We are CANADIAN. I am a Native of this Country and proud of it! 

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" Rights and Freedoms are never won, they are taken away "

"Today’s multiculturalism reflected in the growing number of immigrants coming from the most troubled and controversial part of the world has led some Western politicians to publicly denounce multiculturalism without integration and speak out about its dangers"

"Then British Prime Minister David Cameron had warned that multiculturalism was fostering extremist ideology and is directly contributing to homegrown Islamic terrorism. Extremest Islamists’ multiculturalism is an attack on Western and Christian values, and is the foot at the door to an attack on democracy and western values."

And then there's Trudeau........

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Docs show asylum-claimant health access expanded to 20 years

Illegal border crossers and asylum claimants whose cases have not yet been heard in front of an immigration judge are in some cases being given 20 years of all-access to gold-plated healthcare services, the Sun has learned.

This provides access to every medical procedure available under the Canada Health Act, as well as full dental coverage and tax-payer funded prescription drugs, according to a medical assistant who is blowing the whistle on these exorbitant freebees.

The medical assistant, who spoke to the Sun on condition of anonymity and provided supporting documentation to back these claims, works at a medical clinic in York Region that takes patients covered by the Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP). This one office in a town north of Toronto sees 30 to 40 migrants with 20-year permits each week, said the source.

According to the whistleblower, migrants walk into the clinic and provide a government-issued identification number. When the number is inputted into the OHIP computer system, it shows what services the person is qualified to receive.

“They are eligible for everything. Everything. For 20 years,” said the medical assistant, who sent an example of a government certificate dated Feb. 13, 2020 that appears to provide health care until Feb. 12, 

The source sent a client profile page from Blue Cross, a medical insurance company that provides supplemental coverage that Canadians pay for out of pocket, which shows 20 years of coverage.

The above named individual is eligible for the coverage of health-care costs under the Interim Federal Health Program (IFHP). This coverage can be cancelled without notice if the individual’s immigration status changes,” reads the document.

The Interim Federal Health Program has become a political punching bag in recent years.

The documents, issued to an Iranian woman in her 70s, make it clear that she is an asylum claimant and has not yet been granted refugee status in Canada.

The certificate was issued by the Department of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, and it outlines the basis for providing free, unlimited, all-access healthcare to people who are not Canadian citizens or even permanent residents.

The previous Conservative government cancelled the program for migrants coming from safe countries and for bogus asylum seekers whose refugee claim had been rejected by an immigration judge.

In a head-scratching ruling, a Liberal-appointed federal judge struck down the changes, stating it was “cruel and unusual” for the government to withhold free healthcare from illegal immigrants.

The Trudeau Liberals and much of the media doubled down on this twisted line of reasoning, insisting that the Conservatives had cut healthcare for refugees – even though the cuts only applied to individuals who were explicitly found not to be refugees.

Trudeau has made significant changes to the refugee determination program, including eliminating a process that fast-tracked hearings and deportations for asylum claimants coming from safe countries.

He pledged to keep the IFHP in place, even for bogus refugees and illegal migrants.

According to the government’s website, IFHP coverage is “limited and temporary.” But while it claims to be limited, it also outlines why migrants receive better coverage than Canadians.

“While basic coverage in Canada is similar to health-care coverage provided by provincial and territorial health insurance plans … the benefits are not exactly the same. Benefits reflect the temporary nature of the program.”

Twenty years isn’t exactly temporary.

“I truly believe the general public is unaware of this.” said the whistleblower. “I was shocked when I learned about it, that we as taxpayers are paying for this kind of coverage, and for that amount of time.”

“Our veterans, indigenous communities, single mothers, homeless and elderly do not receive such benefits,” said the medical assistant. “We all pay out of pocket for a lot of this stuff.”

The government acknowledged questions from the Sun about this 20-year access, but did not provide any comment or explanation as of the time of publication.

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20 hours ago, Jaydee said:

I believe this when I see it....

He is a Liberal so you know he is lying

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Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland says Canada is “urgently discussing” with its American partners the possibility that the United States will deport asylum seekers turned away at Canada’s border. “It is very important to Canada to abide by our international commitments, very much including when it comes to refugees,” Ms. Freeland said. She said Canada is aware of the problems of refoulement – forcing refugees or asylum-seekers to return to a country where they may be subjected to persecution – and that it is important for Canada to be assured that this would not happen to people returned to the United States.

Last week Canada reversed course on its policy to allow asylum-seekers to enter the country at non-official points of entry to file refugee claims. Public Safety Minister Bill Blair had said that individuals trying to cross anywhere along the border would no longer be referred to the Immigration and Refugee Board. Instead, they will be returned “directly back to the United States.” According to a spokesman for the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the U.S. is planning to deport asylum-seekers to their country of origin that cannot be returned to Canada. “In the event an alien cannot be returned to Mexico or Canada, CBP will work with interagency partners to secure return to the alien’s country of origin and hold the alien for the shortest time possible,” said CBP spokesman Michael Niezgoda in an email. “For those who remain in CBP custody, CBP will, to the extent possible, keep them separated. Symptomatic individuals will be referred to CDC and placed in isolation.” When asked whether Canada would consider reversing its decision to prevent asylum seekers from entering Canada along the border, Ms. Freeland said it is important for the government to abide by its international commitments concerning the treatment of refugees. “Let me just add – and we were clearly alive to those concerns at the time that these agreements were announced,” she said.

Can someone help me make sense of this, because Canada is in fact, telling a foreign country how it should protect IT’s borders, not our own? The US doesn’t use PC language ... the migrants are called Aliens because they have no status in the US are probably in the country illegally. That’s why they are flocking to Canada. Others are using a US visitor visa (and making false statements) to try enter Canada via the US. And maybe a small point, but these migrants haven’t left the US because they were never allowed to enter Canada. Therefore, they didn’t achieve status as a refugee in Canada, so they continue to be persona non grata in the US.

Trudeau can’t have it both ways.

Quotes from an article in the G&M

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