Canada’s Immigration Conundrum

The federal government may be good at welcoming newcomers to Canada, but it’s become increasingly ineffective at getting rid of those who are not welcome.
The federal government may be good at welcoming newcomers to Canada, but it’s become increasingly ineffective at getting rid of those who are not welcome.

On Sept. 10, 2003, Faulino Deng beat up a Toronto roofing contractor and threatened to kill him.

A lanky former Sudanese soldier, Deng had only been in Canada 10 months and already he’d committed an aggravated assault.

Because he wasn’t a Canadian citizen, Deng was brought before the Immigration and Refugee Board, which ordered his deportation.

“Canada was offering you a safe haven,” a Refugee Board adjudicator told him later. “And, sir, you have done nothing but abuse the protection that Canada afforded you.”

That should have been the end of Deng’s brief stay in Canada.

But he’s still here.

Fifteen years after the assault, Global News found him living in a Scarborough bungalow owned by Toronto Community Housing. He has amassed dozens more criminal convictions, one for sexual assault, and is scheduled for trial next year on five charges, including two counts of trafficking, which he denies.

“Faulino is a criminal,” said the victim of the aggravated assault, who said Deng and another man beat him until he lost consciousness. Police alleged Deng used a piece of wood as a weapon. “Why they didn’t send him back, for God’s sake?”

Although Deng is under a deportation order, it has never been enforced by immigration officials, and neither have a growing number of others like it.

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See Also:

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(2) Everything we know about the man charged in Edmonton’s truck attack from the woman who knows him best

(3) The Road to Hell, a Progressive Church and a Girl’s Murder

(4) Trudeau’s soft on crime approach is on full display

(5) ‘Not a get-out-of-jail-free pass’: Indigenous healing lodges defended in wake of McClintic transfer

(6) Trudeau’s plan for illegal border crossers

(7) East-end hotel painted as refugee camp

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Leftist politicians have also cleverly and oh so subtly changed the narrative from immigrants and refugees to now everybody is an immigrant. The two categories of people could not be more different. I don’t think Canadians have any issue at all with immigrants or the application of our immigration system of background checks and verification. But now most often when anyone dares question our refugee system and its dangerous failings the left and their media shrills label critics as anti-immigrant. That is a lie and they know it. The critics of our refugee system, at least publicly, are conservative politicians… Read more »

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IMO immigration/refugees would be and should be a major issue for the CPC this upcoming election. I think that the majority of the Canadian public feel the same way. But it won’t be. And the media will ensure it stays far away on the backburner. There are multiple serious failures embedded within our immigration/refugee system that urgently need attention. Thanks to our failing politicians and our failing media the populations of 3rd world countries are more ware of our weaknesses to be exploited than we are ourselves. Thus they target our borders (sovereignty), our social services and when it comes… Read more »

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You are a Canadian in Canada. Your own country. You rent a hotel room in Canada and when you show up to register for your room you tell the desk clerk that you can’t as you have just destroyed all personal ID. Think you’ll get the room? You walk into a bank and apply for a loan with the same story. Think you’ll get a loan? But you show up to board an airplane for an international flight and you MUST produce a passport or you do not get on that plane. Period, full stop. Yet a reported 70+% of… Read more »

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Our immigration/refugee system is not being implemented with Canada’s interests first, foremost and always. As any such system should be. Must be. Politicians. Globalists. Progressives. Selfish. Cowards. Pied Pipers of sorts, but this time leading the lemming voters to the cliff edge. The numbers, tabled recently in the House of Commons, show nearly 900 irregular migrants intercepted by the Mounties in Canada since April 2017 were already under removal orders issued by American authorities. As of late June, only six of these people had been removed from Canada. Meanwhile, the overall number of irregular migrants who have been deported or… Read more »