More Refugees Flee US For Canada - Seattle Medium

(CNN) — Twenty two people were found illegally crossing the border into the Canadian province of Manitoba this weekend, according to the Canada Border Services Agency. A stream of people in increasing numbers have recently fled for Canada, crossing ...

Canadian border mayor 'scared' about number of refugees moving from US to Canada - TheBlaze.com

The nearly two dozen individuals were apprehended late Saturday near Emerson, Manitoba, which borders North Dakota and Minnesota. But while the tiny town of 671 has traditionally accepted refugees with open arms, residents are growing more uneasy ...

Sorry about the headline - Castanet.net

A Newfoundland newspaper has issued an apology for a headline some readers said blamed the victim of an alleged sexual assault by a police officer. Steve Bartlett, managing editor of the Telegram in St. John's, said in a letter to readers Sunday that ...

22 migrants flee US to seek asylum in Canada - India.com

Ottawa, Feb 20 (AFP) At least 22 migrants fled the United States for Canada over the weekend, sneaking across the border in Manitoba province to request asylum, authorities said today. By PTI Feeds | Published: February 20, 2017 10:18 AM IST Email.

Tory MPs call on government to stop illegal migrant crossings - Macleans.ca

A Somali man is frisked by an RCMP officer after crossing the U.S.-Canada border into Canada near Hemmingford, Que., on Friday, February 17, 2017. A number of refugee claimants are braving the elements to illicitly enter Canada. (Paul Chiasson/CP).

22 Asylum Seekers Intercepted In Emerson - CJOB

Manitoba RCMP confirmed their officers intercepted 22 asylum seekers between Saturday and Sunday illegally crossing the border from the United States into Emerson. Jay Ihme with the Emerson Fire Department said crews were called at 6:35 a.m. to assist ...

Asylum-seekers flee US border patrol for Canada: 'Nobody cares about us' - The Guardian

A man who claimed to be from Sudan runs for the border after taking his family's passports from a US border patrol officer. Photograph: Christinne Muschi/Reuters. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more sharing options; Share ...

Eight people flee US border patrol to seek asylum in Canada - Reuters UK

Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) officers assist a child from a family that claimed to be from Sudan as they walk across the U.S.-Canada border into Hemmingford, Canada, from Champlain in New York, U.S., February 17, 2017. REUTERS/Christinne ...

Illegal Crossings - WAGM

It's been more than two weeks since President Trump implemented a 90 day travel ban for people from seven Muslim-majority countries. Since then the number of illegal immigrants crossing the border into Canada has risen. “We are fully aware of the trend ...

Canada 's concerns about close border ties with US - BBC News

The Canada-US border has become a fault line for Canadian fears surrounding the new US administration. The uncertainty comes as Parliament considers a preclearance security bill that could give US border agents new powers and the Liberal government ...

Illegal immigrants would rather be arrested in Canada than stay in US - New York Post

A pregnant woman from Somalia is escorted by Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers after crossing the US-Canada border. AP. More On: trump immigration ban · Gorsuch declines to weigh in on Trump's travel ban · Former police chief says he was ...

'No options:' US Somalis eye Canada - Cambridge Times

A Somali woman walks through the halls of the Pillsbury United Community Centre in Minneapolis, Minn., on Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017. The centre is a main meeting place for the large local Somali community and is where an immigration centre has been ...

America Is the 'Problem Now': Canadian Reporter Finds Freezing Asylum Seeker - NBC Bay Area

A CBC reporter recently came across a Somali refugee who crossed into Canada in cold temperatures. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police have reported increased cases of illegal immigration into Canada, many from upstate New York. The CBC posted the ...

Refugees detained at Canadian border attempting to flee United States - NBC4i.com

PERRY MILLS, NY (WPTZ) Ten people were detained Monday morning as they crossed illegally from the United States into Canada. Two families were taken into custody by Royal Canadian Mounted Police as they crossed the border in Perry Mills, New York ...

Canada mayor 'scared' about refugees from US - WND.com

The nearly two dozen individuals were apprehended late Saturday near Emerson, Manitoba, which borders North Dakota and Minnesota. But while the tiny town of 671 has traditionally accepted refugees with open arms, residents are growing more uneasy ...

New Brunswick saw spike in refugee claimants at US border in 2016 - Macleans.ca

FREDERICTON — The number of refugee claimants crossing into New Brunswick from the United States saw a significant increase last year. According to figures released by the Canadian Border Services Agency, there were 23 refugee claimants at the ...

Why are asylum seekers crossing into Canada on foot and what are their rights? - Globalnews.ca

The images are becoming increasingly prevalent; young men and women, sometimes entire families, appearing underdressed for an outdoor walk in Canada's blistering February weather. Some drag bulging suitcases through the powdery snow, others carry ...

Canadian attitudes on refugees starting to harden? - Radio Canada International

With the Trump administration in the US hardening its stance on refugees, asylum seekers, and even travel from certain Muslim countries, Canada stands in stark contrast. However, a new poll suggests that Canada's liberal policies may be pushing more ...

'Left with no options:' US Somalis not surprised many refugees eyeing Canada - National Observer

'Left with no options:' U.S. Somalis aren't surprised that many refugees are eyeing Canada. File photo by The Canadian Press. Previous story. Members of the largest Somali community in the United States say they're not surprised to see a growing number ...

They came for the American dream. Now they're fleeing to Canada. - Vox

Waist-deep in snow, in remote locations close to the border, migrants are braving sub-zero temperatures and the danger of being stopped by border patrol agents to find the American dream — in Canada. In the past few months, reports suggest hundreds of ...