Over half of the migrant asylum claims heard by Canadian refugee officials this year have been successful.
New figures released by the federal Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB) show that of 1,572 claims heard so far, 941 have been granted.
The IRB has a backlog of 12,895 cases currently pending.
Canada has seen a spike recent months of migrants crossing illegally into the country via the US and making asylum claims.
The new figures look at claims received by the IRB from “irregular border crossers” between February and October of this year.
Those made by migrants from Syria, Eritrea, Yemen, Sudan, Djibouti and Turkey were the most likely to be accepted.