Canada Border Services Agency
The political implications of reviving Canada’s border reality show
Border Security: Canada's Front Line was cancelled for infringing on the privacy rights of a migrant crossing the border.
Canada is using ancestry DNA websites to help it deport people
Canada's border agency has used ancestry.com and familytreedna.com to establish nationalities of failed refugee claimants — even contacting users.
Canada is about to start fingerprinting way more people entering the country
The newly expanded biometrics program kicks in next week, and includes the use of facial recognition software.
More students will be granting you admission to Canada this summer
The government is hiring more students to replace border guards who have been reassigned to handle influx of migrants
Canada doubling capacity of border refugee camp
The military has built a tent compound in Lacolle, Quebec to temporarily house hundreds of asylum seekers crossing from the U.S. to Canada.
Canada’s largest school board halts new trips to the U.S. over Trump travel ban
A growing number of Canadian groups are deliberately avoiding travel to the U.S. over Trump's travel ban.
The number of refugees crossing into Quebec increased seven times in February
New figures obtained by CBC News show that 724 people made claims in February, compared to just 99 made at the same spot in February 2016.
This is what it costs to be smuggled into Canada
Canada’s border agency says migrants were paying up to $35,000 to be smuggled into Canada.
Ghanaian refugees make perilous journey crossing Canada-US border
Lawyers say a Canada-US agreement that says refugee claimants must seek asylum in their first country of arrival is driving people to cross the border illegally.
How Canada’s Immigration Laws Make Migrant Sex Workers’ Jobs More Dangerous
Ban on migrant sex work has led to persecution and deportation, advocacy group says.
A huge amount of fentanyl is being seized at the Canadian border
Border officials have seizing an unprecedented number of packages containing the deadly synthetic opioid in the last four months, much of it postmarked from China.