Toronto, Canada. In a wonderful show of tolerance and brotherhood, the Trudeau Administration has decided to bring another 100,000 Syrian refugees to Canada. Canadian taxpayers will have the opportunity to voluntarily fund the assimilation of the future Canadians soon.
The Trudeau administration says that in addition to the 25,000 refugee who arrived in Canada during the last few months, an additional 100,000 Syrian refugees will be taken in, said Immigration Minister John McCallum on Thursday in Germany, where an inflow of refugees has sparked a backlash.
Germany has been in a state of near collapse for months, as German leader Angela Merkel trys to put as many of her “guests” with other host nations as quickly as possible. Under her plans, the Baltics and the Ukraine will also recieve large numbers of unskilled African immigrants, ready for training and assimilation in their new nations.
McCallum told the Canadian Broadcasting Corp he was answering to complaints from Canadian groups who want to sponsor Syrian refugees however their applications did not get processed as rapid enough to be among the government’s initial target of 25,000. When asked about “what groups,” McCallum said he would get back to reporters with a position paper on topic, once back in Canada.
A total of 26,200 Syrian refugees had arrived in Canada as of March 2017, according to the Immigration Department. But nearly 16,000 more applications are in process or have been finalized, even though the refugees have not yet arrived, according to official figures.
The Trudeau point person McCallum said that they were doing everything they can to accommodate the very welcomed desire on the part of Canadians to sponsor refugees, noting that McCallum has a meeting with the German interior minister in Berlin.
Promising to open the doors in front of more Syrian refugees more quickly than the “previous” Conservative government, the Liberal Trudeau government won election in October 2015. Which comes in severe contrast with how things are regarding this matter in Europe, where resettlement has sparked an anti-migrant backlash amid security fears. Canada has been in talks with Merkel to take up to 800,000 to possibly one million immigrants over the next three years according to McCallum’s staff.
The resettlement program has been going smoothly, although there have been some interruptions and delay in finding permanent housing for refugees arriving in Canada, particularly in large cities like Toronto where the housing market is tight. The mass influx is providing opportunities for cultural exchanges, cross-culture marriages and business growth in halal products for muslim consumers in Canada.