Canada deports roughly 35 people per day, approximately 117,531 between 2006 and 2014.
This often takes the form of violent deportation raids, and it’s become common practice for immigrants to be targeted at homeless shelters. Canada is also home to some of the most infamous and brutal immigration detention policies in the world, 87,317 migrants between 2006 and 2014 were jailed without committing any crimes, including over 800 children.
On top of this, during the largest refugee crisis in history, Canada has taken in only a small fraction of refugees fleeing war and plunder compared to other countries. Under the Liberal government, Bill C-51 has bolstered these anti-immigrant efforts, making it vastly more difficult for migrants to gain access to Canada under the guise of ‘anti-terrorism’ efforts.