Canadians Leery of Mass Immigration

Canadians Leery of Mass Immigration

With the new year upon us, many are beginning to think up goals for 2018. Canada too! The Trudeau government wants to unroll a new immigration plan next year that amounts to 1 million more immigrants in the next three ye

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The Merit System

The Merit System

In an article for the Weekly Standard, Fellow Candice Malcolm writes how the United States can benefit from learning from Canada's immigration policies. This is a timely issue, especially "at a time when populist backlas

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Trudeau’s lost all control of our border crisis

Trudeau’s lost all control of our border crisis

This crisis of illegal immigration along the Canada – U.S. border has reached a new pinnacle. According to Customs and Immigration Union President Jean-Pierre Fortin, who represents Canada’s border guards, as many a

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Syrian refugee process bungled by Trudeau

Syrian refugee process bungled by Trudeau

New details emerged this week revealing the chaos surrounding Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s 2015 pledge to bring in 25,000 Syrian refugees on a fast-tracked timeline. As reported exclusively in the Sun, an internal

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Europe damaged by careless immigration

Europe damaged by careless immigration

The enemy is now within. In Europe, anyway, and specifically in Belgium. The Brussels' neighborhood of Molenbeek has become a base for radical Islamic terrorism in Europe. The 2004 Madrid subway bombings — the deadli

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From Crisis to Response: Assessing Canada’s Fast-Track Refugee Policy

From Crisis to Response: Assessing Canada’s Fast-Track Refugee Policy

March 2016 • Issue 1 Canada’s policy to admit 25,000 Syrian refugees by February 29, 2016, and another 25,000 by December 31, 2016, has been the cause of both fanfare and contention. While Prime Minister Jus

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Want to help Syrians? End the war

Want to help Syrians? End the war

By J.D. Gordon In a video gone viral, 13-year old Syrian Kinan Masalmeh pleads with a television reporter outside the Budapest central train station, “The Syrians need help now. Just stop the war.  We don’t want

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Screening for terrorists isn’t fear-mongering

Screening for terrorists isn’t fear-mongering

Critics of Prime Minister Stephen Harper often accuse him of using the so-called “politics of fear and division,” especially when it comes to immigration and Canada’s national security. It is a favorite line of at

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