It's come down to this ....., it happened again ........, there is no way to stay ahead of it ......., and we've got to do something about it kids! We need to build a wall and have the U.S. pay for it!
I've have had the Perspective Research Department and some of the Naked News Staff look into this problem folks, and this is the latest info they were able to come up with.
The Canada Border Services Agency says it got information from its U.S. counterparts on Feb. 11 that three foreign nationals were identified in Massena, N.Y., as acting in "a suspicious manner."
The CBSA says it conducted surveillance on the three people with the help of its partners.
It says the Akwesasne Mohawk Police Service were then able to intercept and arrest the trio as well as a resident of Cornwall on Cornwall Island, which sits in the Saint Lawrence River on the Canadian side of the border.
The CBSA says the Cornwall man was arrested for aiding and abetting the illegal movement of people into Canada under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act.
The three foreign nationals were arrested for entering Canada without examination. The CBSA did not disclose their nationalities or further details about them.
The CBSA says the foreigners had detention reviews and admissibility hearings on Feb. 15 and 16, and are being held in custody until they can be deported.
The Cornwall man was released on a promise to appear in court March 15.
CBSA spokesman Chris Kealey said the case was a good example of how law enforcement agencies can work well together.
Kealey said he didn't know why the three foreign nationals were trying to enter Canada, but he noted people try to move undetected across both sides of the border.
In a similar case last September, a group of foreign nationals attempted to cross into Ontario from the U.S. in the same area aboard a See-Doo, Kealey said
"There were too many people on that device and it tipped over and two people drowned as a result," he said.
AND THAT'S NOT ALL FOLKS: We talked about this a bit last week that after being ignored by Americans and called derogatory names like “America’s hat,” Canada slowly becoming the Promised Land. (This newfound recognition wasn’t achieved overnight.)
The first rumblings of a northern migration were heard after Trump announced his presidential run. They intensified after the candidate proposed a total ban on Muslims entering the U.S. And on Tuesday, as Trump’s nomination became an ever-looming reality, the desperation reached a fever pitch.
According to Google trends, searches for “How to move to Canada” surged as Tuesday’s results came in. Simon Rogers, a data editor at Google, noted that the phrase’s search popularity had increased by 350 percent between 8 p.m. and midnight ET.
At midnight, the spike reached 1500 percent. To quote Trump himself, “Just look at the numbers, way up!”
The American people are looking for a solution. That solution now appears to be the Canadian immigration system.
For America it’s becoming a reality that Trump and Clinton are going to be the o
Toronto city councillor Norm Kelly noted that many of his American followers were tweeting at him. “Here’s the link,” he responded, giving them the immigration web page.
Canada’s promise is contained in more than its geographic convenience. As The Washington Post’s Ishaan Tharoor has pointed out, Justin Trudeau is in many ways the “anti-Trump.”
And an invitation has already been extended by Canadians to aspiring Canadians south of the border.
A website created by radio host Rob Calabrese shares the splendours of his native Cape Breton.
“If you have a baby, you get paid leave for almost a year,” Calabrese told the CBC. “If you cut your hand, you can go to the doctor and get stitched up for free.”
To top it off, the island also enjoys warmer climates than the rest of the country.
While Calabrese initially had only comedic intentions for the site, he told the CBC that he has since received several serious inquiries, including one from a Cornell University professor.
“They’re asking genuine questions about things like the immigration process, the economics,” he said. “It’s been taken seriously by some people, which is great and not intended, but I’m going to help them out as best I can.”
Spoken like a true Canadian.
Not all Trump detractors are contemplating escape, however. A number of patriots have implored their fellow countrymen to resist taking the easy way out by heading north.