'It will require physical force to get some of them on the planes or boats that will take them back â€“ enough force that there will be real casualties.'
â€˜The world is moving in Canadaâ€™s direction,â€™ says Filippo Grandi. He calls for an end to detaining asylum-seekers at the Canadian border, a return to funding the Junior Professional Officer program and, at the international level, a possible redesign of the UN Security Council.
First Liberal budget a bit of a scattergun exercise.
Border officials to show leniency until Sept. 29.
'You have to put a serious amount of effort in and a serious amount of resources per person.'
Feds continuing investigations into citizenship fraud, says IRCC.
They shed more light on nearly $2 billion in cuts from 2012.
Tourism reps concerned Electronic Travel Authorization will cause confusion once mandatory use kicks in March 15. For some dual citizens, it already is.
If Canada truly wants the Malaysian talent it has cultivated to stay, simplifying visas may be the first step to take.
Operation Provision ready and waiting, but hotels used for temporary housing.
'We donâ€™t really have an understanding of how many refugees weâ€™re really expected to see here.'
They face unequal access to government and legal supports.