Report: Canadian Border Patrol Detaining Record Number of Mexicans


The first 67 days of 2017 saw a huge spike in the number of Mexicans detained by Canadian border authorities, with more detentions made in that time than in any of the three previous years, Reuters reported today.

The influx of Mexican citizens, which comes after the Canadian government removed visa requirements, comes as more and more immigrants shift their focus from the U.S. to Canada in light of President Donald Trump’s ongoing crackdown on immigration – just proving how right he is with that legislation.

Between Jan. 1 and March 8, the Canada Border Services Agency detained 444 Mexican citizens – compared to 410 for all of 2016 and 351 for 2015, the report said. Read more.


  1. Thank you Muslim lover trupo

    Invite Syrian terrorist into my country and pay for their food and place of worship yet leave hungry born and bred Canadians sit on the sidewalk to die.

    Shame on you.


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