Terrorists are trying to sneak into Canada

More than 300 foreign terrorists, spies and criminals who pose a risk to Canada’s national security tried to sneak into Canada last year, according to a report quietly released by the federal government on Monday.

It outlines all visa applications rejected between November 2015 and December 2016, and the grounds for refusal.

There were 310 cases where an individual was found inadmissible under Section 34 of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) — the section dealing with national security concerns.

Among these 310 were seven individuals rejected for “engaging in terrorism,” nine for “engaging in an act of espionage or subversion,” and 13 for “subversion by force” against any government.

In short, Liberal Party Members in waiting.

  • Great. Soon Canada will have to pay for a wall.

  • GrimmCreeper

    Change around the headline a little and that’s the way I feel every time a New England liberal moves south of the Mason-Dixon Line.

    • Alain


  • Terrorists are starting to sneak into Canada? When was this story published — in the 1990’s? Because that’s when Islamic terrorists first started sneaking into Canada — when the Khadr family sneaked in under Liberal PM Jean Chretien’s personal sponsorship, by posing as refugees.

  • Watchman

    If only they weren’t poor or felt excluded. Justine will take them anyway, since he believes that this is fixable.

  • reidjr

    Ottawa is building a light rail system downtown most will be underground part of it runs near the hill and some have said they maybe asked to not run it when there are leaders on the hill because of the terror threat.

    • Alain

      Heaven forbid that the ones who caused the danger ever be in danger themselves.

  • Alain

    Trying to sneak into Canada? Gee I thought they were already here.

  • That’s been going on for ages.

    • Alain

      Except that they don’t need to sneak in, they come in the front door in plain sight and with welcome signs to boot.

  • Jim

    The real number is actually significantly larger than this amount. Officer’s frequently deny travellers who are potential terrorists or on terrorist watch lists under different sections of IRPA. They may not be able to specifically link an individual to a terrorist group but have suspicions, so they deny them entry on other grounds…insufficient documents, non-genuine, etc. These numbers will not be reflected under section 34.