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We need a wall...
LoP Guest
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01-12-2017 02:47 AM


Post: #1
We need a wall...
between Canada and the USA.

Two men from Ghana are recovering in the burn ward of a Winnipeg hospital after getting lost near the Emerson border on Christmas Eve while fleeing the United States.

The men, aged 24 and 34, were found on Highway 75 just north of Letellier, Man., on the morning of Christmas Eve after walking in the cold for several hours.
Environment Canada records show the temperature in the Emerson, Man., area on the morning of Dec. 24 was hovering around the –18 C mark before the windchill. CBC meteorologist John Sauder said skin can freeze within 30 minutes in that temperature.

Hundreds of refugees have entered Manitoba near the Emerson border crossing in an attempt to get asylum in Canada over the last year, CBC News has learned.

The revelation comes following news that two refugees from Ghana were hospitalized in Winnipeg after getting frostbite while they were lost on Christmas Eve morning on Highway 75 near the Canada-U.S. border.

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) said 410 refugee claimants have been intercepted near the Emerson port of entry while crossing into Canada between April 1, 2016 and Dec. 8, 2016.

Individuals attempting an illegal border crossing are intercepted by the RCMP and brought to the Emerson border crossing, where they can make a refugee claim, said Jacquie Callin, a CBSA spokeswoman.

The majority of refugees entering near Emerson are from Somalia, said Callin.

A Ghanaian refugee who almost died during a trek to cross the U.S.-Canada border into Manitoba on Christmas Eve will lose all of his fingers, a toe and possibly his arms.

"It's very bad news," Seidu Mohammed, 24, told CBC News in an interview at a Winnipeg hospital where he is being treated for severe frostbite. "I don't know what to do right now."

LoP Guest
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01-12-2017 02:50 AM


Post: #2
RE: We need a wall...
Refugees are risking severe frostbite to get to Canada.

In Manitoba last week, two refugee claimants from Ghana were hospitalized after a seven hour walk to Canada from North Dakota in frigid weather. Now, in Toronto, doctors have seen nine cases in the past three weeks of frostbite. That's after women and children were left in remote areas of the city by human smugglers.

Dr. Paul Caulford is a physician at the Canadian Centre for Refugee and Immigrant Healthcare. He spoke with As It Happens guest host Helen Mann about treating "unprecedented numbers" of asylum seekers arriving at his clinic with severe weather-related injuries. Here is part of their conversation.

Helen Mann: Dr. Caulford, just how severely frostbitten are some of the people who are turning up at your clinic right now?

Paul Caulford: The severity varies. But sadly, I would say about 50 per cent of the cases involve very severe injury to the hands, and particular fingers. For frostbite of that severity, and by the way about 50 per cent of whom we are seeing are children, but the implications for the frostbite are the potential for loss of digits, fingers, and hand. If it involves the feet, the toes and portions of the foot.
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01-12-2017 02:52 AM


Post: #3
RE: We need a wall...
At least 70 Mexicans claimed refugee status in Canada the first month after the federal government lifted a visa requirement for travellers from Mexico.

The one-month figure brings the total number of Mexican refugee claims for 2016 to 248, compared to 111 in 2015, according to figures provided by the Canada Border Services Agency.

The policy change took effect on Dec. 1, 2016.

"We anticipated there would be if not an immediate spike, a surge, and it seems that is what's happening," Conservative Foreign Affairs critic Peter Kent told CBC News.

The Conservatives imposed a visa requirement in 2009 after a rise in refugee claims from Mexico that were ultimately rejected as invalid.
An internal government regulatory cost analysis released in November 2016 found that lifting the visa requirement for Mexican travellers is expected to cost about $262 million over the next decade, in part to deal with a potential surge in asylum seekers. The report says the overall cost of the policy shift will be $433.5 million over 10 years.

According to the analysis, those costs would be offset in part by an estimated $171.6 million linked to a boost in tourism from Mexico and an increase in investment and trade opportunities.

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Minister John McCallum has said he will monitor the number of refugee claims and could reinstate the visa if it climbs too high.
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01-12-2017 02:54 AM


Post: #4
RE: We need a wall...
Walls are expensive and require maintenance. We just need to make people wear collars around their necks that have plastic explosives in the collar with a wireless chip that can recognize the border.

If they cross the border without going through an official checkpoint and registering in the database their head blows off.

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