Minister, union head disagree on how to deal with illegal alien invasion of Canada

The minister of immigration and the head of Canada’s Customs and Immigration Union are at odds over what they see as the right approach to handling a spike in irregular border crossings from the U.S.

It’s a question that has — so far — defied solutions. How can the government best respond to increased numbers of illegal migrants walking into Canada?

While Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen is emphasizing education and outreach, union head Jean-Pierre Fortin is pleading for more resources at the border.

The Liberals are serious about One Thing only: Making Canada a dumping ground for economically motivated illegal alien invaders.