Canada's Trudeau warns against entering country 'irregularly'
Excerpt: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who once took to Twitter to welcome Syrian refugees into the country, said on Sunday that there would be "no advantage" to entering "irregularly." "Canada is an opening and welcoming society," he told reporters in Montreal following talks with Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar. "But let me be clear. We are also a country of laws. Entering Canada irregularly is not an advantage. There are rigorous immigration and customs rules that will be followed. Make no mistake." Earlier this week, government statistics showed the number of migrants illegally crossing the border into Canada from the United States more than tripled in July. More than 3,100 people walked across the border illegally in July to file refugee claims and were arrested, up from 884 in June, the federal government said. (Yep, the nice statements about "come to Canada, we welcome everyone" seem to have been more rhetoric than reality, and when the reality of thousands of illegals from the USA pouring into Canada came along..... well, he just had to clarify things a bit. "We have LAWS about immigration" is the message now. Interesting. --Del.)