Canada police charge woman with smuggling refugees from US - The Herald

Canadian police have charged a woman with human smuggling after intercepting nine refugee claimants crossing the border into Canada from the United States. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police says a 43-year-old woman driving north into the Canadian ...

Sask. woman charged in human smuggling incident at border - News Talk 980 CJME

CBSA Assistant Director Jason Evert speaks at a news conference about a human smuggling incident on April 19, 2017. A Regina woman has been charged with human smuggling after nine people were intercepted while crossing into Canada. The arrest ...

Regina woman charged with human smuggling after investigation into asylum seekers crossing into Sask. - Globalnews.ca

Insp. Donovan Fisher, RCMP officer in charge of "F" Division Federal Operations and National Security, speaks at a press conference in Regina on April 19. Adrian Raaber / Global News. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial ...

Saskatchewan RCMP charge woman with human smuggling relating to refugees - Yahoo News

REGINA — RCMP say they have charged a woman with human smuggling after intercepting nine people crossing the border from the United States into Saskatchewan. Mounties say the nine came over at the North Portal-Northgate border crossing on Friday.

asylum seekers deemed danger to the public, detained in Manitoba - CBC.ca

Out of 135 asylum seekers intercepted by RCMP while crossing into Canada on foot near Emerson in a recent one-month stretch, three were detained because they were found to be a danger to the public, Canadian Border Services Agency officials say.

Human smuggling charge laid in case of asylum seekers crossing Sask. border - CBC.ca

RCMP say a human smuggling charge has been laid in relation to asylum seekers who were attempting to cross the U.S. border into Saskatchewan. The RCMP has been tight-lipped about the incident but say the charge was laid on Saturday. A press ...

RCMP lay human smuggling charge after investigation into asylum seekers crossing border into Sask. - Globalnews.ca

A human smuggling charge was laid on April 15 after an investigation into asylum seekers crossing the U.S. border into Saskatchewan. Global News. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial influence ...