From the Toronto Sun:
TORONTO -- The Canadian Border Services Agency is asleep at the wheel allowing more than 400 alleged Roma gypsies - many of whom have extensive criminal records - into the country and specifically the GTA, critics say.
This week, the Durham Regional Police Service confirmed they had arrested 34 people and laid 263 charges in the largest investigation of its kind in the region.
The story began in the fall of 2011, when police noticed that people were committing distraction-style thefts and fraud and started Project Mansfield.
Police busted one Roma fraud cell, but they say there are a least six others stealing millions from stores and vulnerable people.
When a person comes to Canada and claims refugee status they are detained and their history is checked out.
"Something went wrong here. It concerns me that large numbers are getting through the border," said Liberal Immigration Critic, MP Kevin Lamoureux. "We need to speed up the process so we can get rid of those abusing the system. We need more resources in place so our borders can be looked after."Yes Kevin Lamoureux there is a problem and it's called the Singh decision and Canada needs to be rid of it.
The Singh decision allows for anyone from anywhere to enter Canada and claim refugee status and then be released into the public while their case goes through the system which can take years to process. This is how the Gypsies or Roman or Travellers or however they want to called are getting into Canada.
Since it doesn't protect real refugees anyway since the majority who claim refugee status in Canada are found to be bogus I don't see what purpose the Singh decision serves.