Scheer claims asylum seekers are ‘skipping the line’

Conservative Party Leader Andrew Scheer claimed asylum seekers at Canada’s border are "skipping the line" and forcing refugees in UN-run camps to wait longer to enter the country during the Maclean's/Citytv debate Thursday evening.

CBSA struggles to keep up with asylum seeker influx

The Canadian Border Services Agency is struggling to slow a spike in the number of asylum seekers pouring into Canada. Many are without official documentation when they arrive, and that's putting more strain on the CBSA to find out who they are, where they're from and if they pose a criminal threat. Mercedes Stephenson reports.

Nigerian sex offender wanted in Texas slips into Canada

A registered sex offender wanted in Texas is detained in Canada after crossing the border at Roxham Road in Quebec, along with asylum seekers. Adesanya Prince, 49, is originally from Nigeria and U.S. authorities believe he's trying to be deported back to Africa. Mike Armstrong explains.

What is Minneapolis’ Little Mogadishu?

Global’s Sean Leslie was in Minneapolis exploring the city’s Cedar-Riverside neighbourhood, locally referred to as Little Mogadishu. He explains what the neighbourhood is and what it means for Somalis in the area.

How Canada deals with families seeking asylum

With all eyes on the troubling video of migrant children in the U.S., there are questions about how children are treated in Canada. As Abigail Bimman reports, while children are kept with their parents most of the time, there are still many concerns about young people kept in detention.

Trump calls asylum claims a ‘big con job’

President Donald Trump on Monday took aim at the asylum process in the U.S., calling asylum claims a "absolutely ridiculous" and complaining about migrants who he says claim they want protection from their country while "carrying their countries flag" to the border.

Quebec: We have reached limit on accepting refugees

The province of Quebec is warning the federal government that it's close to reaching it's limit for asylum seekers and says Ottawa may have to start sending them to other provinces. Mike Armstrong reports.

Scheer suggests asylum seeker solution, shifts positions on Rebel Media

In an exclusive interview with Global News, Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer suggests his solutions on the influx of asylum seekers in Canada, and offers new comments on asylum seekers and on the far-right-wing media outlet The Rebel in an exclusive interview with Global News. Vassy Kapelos reports.