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5,530 - crossed into Quebec during Sept.
Canada could scratch America's back with vocal support to create a real Mexico wall, in return America could easily tighten the screws up north. then we legals COULD get our COMP. but really i havnt seen anybody talk about it, leafsocietymatters

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-41323916
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it's only going to get worse too

http://archive.is/LEPFz
>MONTREAL—Canada is not ready to handle a second wave of Latin American asylum seekers who may already be starting to flee the United States, says the head of Canada’s border-guard union.

>...Instead, they are increasingly citizens of El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua—three countries whose citizens are also eligible for Temporary Protected Status in the U.S., but who are equally concerned that U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration will not renew their status when it expires between January and March 2018.
>There are more than 250,000 Salvadorans, Nicaraguans and Hondurans with Temporary Protected Status.




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