Canada Prepares for Mexican Surge
Canada will next week lift visa requirements for visitors from Mexico—imposed in 2009 to halt a surge in illegal invaders—as part of that far left government’s response to the Donald Trump election victory.
When the visa was imposed, the number of Mexicans entering Canada fell by two-thirds and 9,000 Mexican “refugee” applications per year halted completely.
The lifting of the visa requirement was announced during Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto’s visit to Ottawa in June, and the implementation date is Thursday, December 8.
According to reports, Mexico “will help weed out illegitimate claimants from flying to Canada with increased screening and information sharing,” while the Canadian government “has reserved the right to re-impose restrictions if it sees too many refugees.”