Opinion

A road sign is seen near Emerson, Man. Thursday, February 9, 2016. The federal and provincial governments need to co-ordinate their approach to the growing number of asylum-seekers crossing the border because all signs from the United States suggest the issue is not going away, says Manitoba's premier. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/John Woods)

Unclear path forward for refugees from U.S.

Those considering coming to Canada as refugee claimants across our unmarked border with the United States must think carefully about the pitfalls they will face. If they still decide to come, and if their numbers swell, Canadians must think carefully about how we treat them.

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