from the New York Times article on interactive platforms limits the ability of the federal government to control immigration article A government report released Thursday says federal government efforts to control the flow of people through Canada’s borders have “fails to effectively address the risk posed by immigrants and refugees.”
The report was released to coincide with the U.S. presidential election and the presidential inauguration of President Donald Trump.
“There is no compelling evidence that the federal Government’s enforcement policies have been effective at curbing the threat of immigration from countries with which Canada has historically had strong ties,” it reads.
The report also says that while the federal and provincial governments have “successfully implemented policies that limit the number of immigration entries from certain countries,” they are “not yet adequately addressing the risk that a person who is from a country where immigration is currently restricted may be able to enter Canada without being detected.”
A new federal government report, released Thursday, says Canada’s immigration policy has “failed to effectively target immigration from certain regions of the world.”
Here’s what you need to know about the report.
Read moreRead more The U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees says in the report that the government’s strategy to combat the flow from countries that are “affected by human rights violations or torture” is not working.
In an accompanying report, it says Canada has the highest proportion of asylum seekers from countries in the world and the third highest rate of unauthorized immigration.
The new report also calls for more international cooperation in immigration enforcement.
Canada is part of a growing number of countries that have introduced restrictions or restrictions on entry to refugees and migrants fleeing persecution, conflict and other human rights abuses.
In Canada, refugees can apply for asylum only if they have been in the country for more than five years.
Refugees must also prove their refugee status to receive refugee status.
Canada also has no national system for tracking the number and location of people who are allowed to enter the country.