The U.S. has a week to formally file an extradition request for Meng Wanzhou, who was detained in Vancouver at its behest.
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Canada’s ambassador to China John McCallum says Meng Wanzhou can use Donald Trump’s political involvement in her case to fight extradition, along with two other legal arguments.
Trudeau promotes Freeland, demotes Monsef, picks a new democratic reform champion and installs new immigration minister.
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A new report released Tuesday by the Office of the Auditor General points to widespread deficiencies that could be letting hundreds gain citizenship illegally. It comes as Canada takes in more immigrants than ever.
Canada plans to accept 300,000 immigrants this year, including more refugees than usual. But it will be at the expense of people trying to enter on the merits of their professional qualifications.
Under the pressure of time, it isn't fraud, it's the only option.
Earlier this week, news emerged that the Canada Border Services Agency was deporting Mohammed, a 16-year-old Syrian boy, because he came in through the US.
The case of the 16-year-old, who was kept in a room with barred windows for three weeks in January, is believed to be the first of its kind in Canada and highlights ongoing concerns with the country's immigration detention regime.
The refugees counting on support from the Canadian government will receive, at most, $25,000 in their first year. After that, the support ends.
Jose Figueroa claimed refugee status in Canada in 1997, but the Canadian government deemed him inadmissible in 2010 and ordered his deportation.
Immigration Minister John McCallum insists 10,000 Syrians will be processed and ready for Canada by the end of 2015 — but it's not clear when they will actually arrive. “We are moving heaven and earth to get them here," he said.