Quebec Requests Federal Help After Trudeau’s Weak Border Policy Causes Illegal Crossing Surge

The government of Quebec is asking the federal government for help as illegal migrants cross into the country.

There has been growing outrage among many Canadians after it was revealed that the Olympic Stadium in Montreal is being used to house illegal crossers from the United States – something that was never done for homeless Canadians.

Now, the Quebec government is saying they need more help from the federal government, and want some illegal crossers to be sent to other provinces during the processing of “asylum” applications.

Speaking to reporters, Quebec’s Immigration Minister Kathleen Weil says “the rate of people seeking asylum in Quebec spiked to about 150 per day in July.”

At this point, all of Montreal’s shelters are full – reflecting the ongoing strain on resources across the country.

Trudeau’s weak policies hurt Canadians

Justin Trudeau’s border weakness is having a serious toll, diverting resources that should be used to help Canadian citizens.

By refusing to protect our borders and enforce our laws, Trudeau sends a message around the world that the needs of people in foreign countries matter more to him than the Canadian people he’s supposed to be serving.

Predictably, this is resulting in an increasing surge of people entering our country illegally, which will only continue to get worse as long as the government shows continued disloyalty to Canadian laws and Canada’s borders. Canadians must stand up and demand a government that stops treating the Canadian people as an afterthought, and puts our interests first for once.

And clearly, Trudeau must face a massive political price in 2019.

Spencer Fernando


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