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Unread postPosted: November 18th, 2019, 10:34 am 
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In the liberal mindset..

If you cross the border, you automatically should support the no-borders anarchy policy..

They are criminals.

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Unread postPosted: November 18th, 2019, 5:57 pm 
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iron horse jockey wrote:
Odinson wrote:
In the liberal mindset..

If you cross the border, you automatically should support the no-borders anarchy policy..

They are criminals.

They entered the country illegally.

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Unread postPosted: November 18th, 2019, 8:16 pm 
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And yet they claim to be decent law-abiding, hard working citizens..

But it seems to me that they break the law whenever it suits them.


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Unread postPosted: November 19th, 2019, 3:56 am 
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Some stats on immigrants.


Internal government documents show that federal economic class immigrants were a net benefit of $5,431 in 2016, while provincial economic class immigrants were a net benefit to the tune of $5,307. The net benefit is the tax paid after accounting for any services or government transfers received.

On the other end of the spectrum, we find the results of the Syrian refugee resettlement.

On that file, it really is a tale of two cities. On the one hand, we have the privately-sponsored refugees who have adapted to Canada much quicker and with more ease than — on the other hand — government-sponsored refugees. They have not fared as well.

A report by the immigration department released earlier this year found that 93% of government-sponsored refugees ended up claiming social assistance during their first year in Canada compared to just 2% of Syrian refugees brought in through private sponsorships.

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Unread postPosted: November 19th, 2019, 8:01 am 
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We need to cut our annual intake of immigrants by 90%.

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Unread postPosted: November 19th, 2019, 10:44 am 
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iron horse jockey wrote:
We need to cut our annual intake of immigrants by 90%.

We need to cut the number of refugees we take 100%.

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Unread postPosted: November 19th, 2019, 5:58 pm 
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How the fuck is this possible. There is a 12 month processing time after you become eligible which is a minimum of 3 years . I am wondering how could these refugees become eligible to vote when they came here in Feb 2016 . They should become citizens by Feb 2020 minimum but they were able to vote . Something funny is going on . I am thinking the got put to the front of the line .


https://nationalpost.com/news/canada/re ... S3QZXjJYxA

Refugees in 2015, Syrians now citizens in time for 2019 federal election
Federal figures show that 897 Syrian-born applicants became Canadian citizens during the first four months of 2019. They joined 1,597 Syrians who had become citizens in 2018

OTTAWA — Ahmad Almahmoud has dedicated time every day to follow the news, wanting to be an informed citizen for this fall’s federal election.

He is one of 25,000 Syrian refugees that were resettled in Canada between the October 2015 federal election and February 2016. More Syrian refugees have landed in the country since then, with Statistics Canada numbers showing almost 60,000 being resettled as of this past February.

Now, he is on the verge earning his citizenship as others have done so he can do something on Oct. 21 he wasn’t able to do in Syria — vote in a free and fair election.

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Unread postPosted: December 1st, 2019, 10:41 am 
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By Candace Malcolm of Sun News Media

Illegal immigration needs to be a priority for new minister

Everyone knows that Canada has a problem with illegal immigration. Tens of thousands of migrants illegally flow across our unmanned border every year, and tens of thousands more arrive at Canadian airports under false pretences with the intention of overstaying a visitor visa or destroying their travel documents and claiming asylum.

Canada received 50,390 asylum seekers this way in 2017, another 55,035 in 2018 and is on track to receive nearly 50,000 again this year.

As my colleague Sue-Ann Levy reports in the Toronto Sun, asylum seekers will cost taxpayers in the City of Toronto $75 million this year. This comes in addition to the burden on provincial taxpayers, who pay for gold-plated social services for asylum seekers, and the $1.3 billion estimated by the Parliamentary

Budget Office for the Feds to process these applications.

What many Canadians don’t realize, though, is that this is just the start of our illegal immigration woes.

There are other, more sophisticated schemes that enable hundreds of thousands of migrants to come to Canada while circumventing our immigration laws.

According to a new bombshell report, one in three people who are in Canada with a student visa are not enrolled at any educational institution in the country. This worrying report comes from none other than the neutral researchers at Statistics Canada.

As Douglas Todd reports in the Vancouver Sun, there is no indication that 30.5% of international students are signed up to attend a Canadian post-secondary school.

According to the most recent immigration levels report tabled to Parliament, Canada issues nearly 320,000 study permits each year. The number of international students in Canada in 2018 was 573,000 — four times as many as there were in 2000 and 73% more than four years ago.

As Lindsay Shepherd reports for True North, apparent fraud in the English Language exam program makes it even easier for fake students to come to Canada. Shepherd spoke to respected Toronto immigration lawyer Richard Boraks, who provided evidence of fraudulent language certificates being issued and explained how many foreigners come to Canada with student visas but have no intention of studying — or leaving.

“Look at Laurentian university. They set up entire courses , and none of the kids showed up,” said Boraks. “They all went to work illegally, working 60-80 hours as truck drivers.”

A Globe and Mail investigative report shed further light on this phenomenon, explaining how trucking companies send inexperienced “student” drivers out on the dangerous winter roads, sometimes causing deadly crashes, in exchange for reference letters that help these fake students gain permanent residency.

Crooked immigration consultants around the world are known to tell their clients the easiest way to get to Canada is by pretending to be a student, then working illegally until they can qualify to stay permanently.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently appointed a new immigration minister, Toronto MP Marco Mendicino. unlike Trudeau’s previous immigration ministers, Mendicino has an extensive background fighting against those who seek to undermine our safety and security.

As a federal prosecutor, Mendicino worked to put members of the Toronto 18 al-qaeda terrorist cell behind bars.

While Mendicino will no doubt have to follow Trudeau’s marching orders to welcome 350,000 newcomers each year through legal channels, he should also focus his attention on cracking down on the hundreds of thousands who come to Canada illegally.

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Unread postPosted: December 1st, 2019, 5:26 pm 
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Crooked immigration consultants around the world are known to tell their clients the easiest way to get to Canada is by pretending to be a student, then working illegally until they can qualify to stay permanently.

They ought to be kicked the hell out of the country and never allowed back in.

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Unread postPosted: December 2nd, 2019, 3:46 am 
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seoulbro wrote:
By Candace Malcolm of Sun News Media

Illegal immigration needs to be a priority for new minister

Everyone knows that Canada has a problem with illegal immigration. Tens of thousands of migrants illegally flow across our unmanned border every year, and tens of thousands more arrive at Canadian airports under false pretences with the intention of overstaying a visitor visa or destroying their travel documents and claiming asylum.

Canada received 50,390 asylum seekers this way in 2017, another 55,035 in 2018 and is on track to receive nearly 50,000 again this year.

As my colleague Sue-Ann Levy reports in the Toronto Sun, asylum seekers will cost taxpayers in the City of Toronto $75 million this year. This comes in addition to the burden on provincial taxpayers, who pay for gold-plated social services for asylum seekers, and the $1.3 billion estimated by the Parliamentary

Budget Office for the Feds to process these applications.

What many Canadians don’t realize, though, is that this is just the start of our illegal immigration woes.

There are other, more sophisticated schemes that enable hundreds of thousands of migrants to come to Canada while circumventing our immigration laws.

According to a new bombshell report, one in three people who are in Canada with a student visa are not enrolled at any educational institution in the country. This worrying report comes from none other than the neutral researchers at Statistics Canada.

As Douglas Todd reports in the Vancouver Sun, there is no indication that 30.5% of international students are signed up to attend a Canadian post-secondary school.

According to the most recent immigration levels report tabled to Parliament, Canada issues nearly 320,000 study permits each year. The number of international students in Canada in 2018 was 573,000 — four times as many as there were in 2000 and 73% more than four years ago.

As Lindsay Shepherd reports for True North, apparent fraud in the English Language exam program makes it even easier for fake students to come to Canada. Shepherd spoke to respected Toronto immigration lawyer Richard Boraks, who provided evidence of fraudulent language certificates being issued and explained how many foreigners come to Canada with student visas but have no intention of studying — or leaving.

“Look at Laurentian university. They set up entire courses , and none of the kids showed up,” said Boraks. “They all went to work illegally, working 60-80 hours as truck drivers.”

A Globe and Mail investigative report shed further light on this phenomenon, explaining how trucking companies send inexperienced “student” drivers out on the dangerous winter roads, sometimes causing deadly crashes, in exchange for reference letters that help these fake students gain permanent residency.

Crooked immigration consultants around the world are known to tell their clients the easiest way to get to Canada is by pretending to be a student, then working illegally until they can qualify to stay permanently.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently appointed a new immigration minister, Toronto MP Marco Mendicino. unlike Trudeau’s previous immigration ministers, Mendicino has an extensive background fighting against those who seek to undermine our safety and security.

As a federal prosecutor, Mendicino worked to put members of the Toronto 18 al-qaeda terrorist cell behind bars.

While Mendicino will no doubt have to follow Trudeau’s marching orders to welcome 350,000 newcomers each year through legal channels, he should also focus his attention on cracking down on the hundreds of thousands who come to Canada illegally.

I will guess mainland Chinese represent a large percentage of fake students.

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Unread postPosted: December 2nd, 2019, 7:15 am 
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seoulbro wrote:
By Candace Malcolm of Sun News Media

Illegal immigration needs to be a priority for new minister

Everyone knows that Canada has a problem with illegal immigration. Tens of thousands of migrants illegally flow across our unmanned border every year, and tens of thousands more arrive at Canadian airports under false pretences with the intention of overstaying a visitor visa or destroying their travel documents and claiming asylum.

Canada received 50,390 asylum seekers this way in 2017, another 55,035 in 2018 and is on track to receive nearly 50,000 again this year.

As my colleague Sue-Ann Levy reports in the Toronto Sun, asylum seekers will cost taxpayers in the City of Toronto $75 million this year. This comes in addition to the burden on provincial taxpayers, who pay for gold-plated social services for asylum seekers, and the $1.3 billion estimated by the Parliamentary

Budget Office for the Feds to process these applications.

What many Canadians don’t realize, though, is that this is just the start of our illegal immigration woes.

There are other, more sophisticated schemes that enable hundreds of thousands of migrants to come to Canada while circumventing our immigration laws.

According to a new bombshell report, one in three people who are in Canada with a student visa are not enrolled at any educational institution in the country. This worrying report comes from none other than the neutral researchers at Statistics Canada.

As Douglas Todd reports in the Vancouver Sun, there is no indication that 30.5% of international students are signed up to attend a Canadian post-secondary school.

According to the most recent immigration levels report tabled to Parliament, Canada issues nearly 320,000 study permits each year. The number of international students in Canada in 2018 was 573,000 — four times as many as there were in 2000 and 73% more than four years ago.

As Lindsay Shepherd reports for True North, apparent fraud in the English Language exam program makes it even easier for fake students to come to Canada. Shepherd spoke to respected Toronto immigration lawyer Richard Boraks, who provided evidence of fraudulent language certificates being issued and explained how many foreigners come to Canada with student visas but have no intention of studying — or leaving.

“Look at Laurentian university. They set up entire courses , and none of the kids showed up,” said Boraks. “They all went to work illegally, working 60-80 hours as truck drivers.”

A Globe and Mail investigative report shed further light on this phenomenon, explaining how trucking companies send inexperienced “student” drivers out on the dangerous winter roads, sometimes causing deadly crashes, in exchange for reference letters that help these fake students gain permanent residency.

Crooked immigration consultants around the world are known to tell their clients the easiest way to get to Canada is by pretending to be a student, then working illegally until they can qualify to stay permanently.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently appointed a new immigration minister, Toronto MP Marco Mendicino. unlike Trudeau’s previous immigration ministers, Mendicino has an extensive background fighting against those who seek to undermine our safety and security.

As a federal prosecutor, Mendicino worked to put members of the Toronto 18 al-qaeda terrorist cell behind bars.

While Mendicino will no doubt have to follow Trudeau’s marching orders to welcome 350,000 newcomers each year through legal channels, he should also focus his attention on cracking down on the hundreds of thousands who come to Canada illegally.

I didn't hear a word of this from the main parties during the election.


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Unread postPosted: December 2nd, 2019, 8:11 am 
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seoulbro wrote:
By Candace Malcolm of Sun News Media

Illegal immigration needs to be a priority for new minister

Everyone knows that Canada has a problem with illegal immigration. Tens of thousands of migrants illegally flow across our unmanned border every year, and tens of thousands more arrive at Canadian airports under false pretences with the intention of overstaying a visitor visa or destroying their travel documents and claiming asylum.

Canada received 50,390 asylum seekers this way in 2017, another 55,035 in 2018 and is on track to receive nearly 50,000 again this year.

As my colleague Sue-Ann Levy reports in the Toronto Sun, asylum seekers will cost taxpayers in the City of Toronto $75 million this year. This comes in addition to the burden on provincial taxpayers, who pay for gold-plated social services for asylum seekers, and the $1.3 billion estimated by the Parliamentary

Budget Office for the Feds to process these applications.

What many Canadians don’t realize, though, is that this is just the start of our illegal immigration woes.

There are other, more sophisticated schemes that enable hundreds of thousands of migrants to come to Canada while circumventing our immigration laws.

According to a new bombshell report, one in three people who are in Canada with a student visa are not enrolled at any educational institution in the country. This worrying report comes from none other than the neutral researchers at Statistics Canada.

As Douglas Todd reports in the Vancouver Sun, there is no indication that 30.5% of international students are signed up to attend a Canadian post-secondary school.

According to the most recent immigration levels report tabled to Parliament, Canada issues nearly 320,000 study permits each year. The number of international students in Canada in 2018 was 573,000 — four times as many as there were in 2000 and 73% more than four years ago.

As Lindsay Shepherd reports for True North, apparent fraud in the English Language exam program makes it even easier for fake students to come to Canada. Shepherd spoke to respected Toronto immigration lawyer Richard Boraks, who provided evidence of fraudulent language certificates being issued and explained how many foreigners come to Canada with student visas but have no intention of studying — or leaving.

“Look at Laurentian university. They set up entire courses , and none of the kids showed up,” said Boraks. “They all went to work illegally, working 60-80 hours as truck drivers.”

A Globe and Mail investigative report shed further light on this phenomenon, explaining how trucking companies send inexperienced “student” drivers out on the dangerous winter roads, sometimes causing deadly crashes, in exchange for reference letters that help these fake students gain permanent residency.

Crooked immigration consultants around the world are known to tell their clients the easiest way to get to Canada is by pretending to be a student, then working illegally until they can qualify to stay permanently.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently appointed a new immigration minister, Toronto MP Marco Mendicino. unlike Trudeau’s previous immigration ministers, Mendicino has an extensive background fighting against those who seek to undermine our safety and security.

As a federal prosecutor, Mendicino worked to put members of the Toronto 18 al-qaeda terrorist cell behind bars.

While Mendicino will no doubt have to follow Trudeau’s marching orders to welcome 350,000 newcomers each year through legal channels, he should also focus his attention on cracking down on the hundreds of thousands who come to Canada illegally.

The feds won't do anything about it either. Canada is FUBAR.

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Unread postPosted: December 2nd, 2019, 9:04 am 
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I had no idea there is so much abuse of student visas.

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