The new names join others from the CBSA's previous "most wanted" lists who have eluded authorities despite last summer's appeal for tips from the public. The updated list contains 42 names, photos and descriptions of why the person is sought for deportation, according to CBC. Since the start of the campaign, the CBSA said, it has received 225 calls from the public to its telephone hotline and the Canada Border Services Agency has added 30 people sought for removal from Canada to its "most wanted" list. "I'm pleased to announce the continuation of our successful efforts to identify, detain and remove from Canada people who are here illegally who have been found inadmissable to Canada by our legal system," Immigration Minister Jason Kenney told reporters at a news conference in Montreal. (www.immigrantscanada.com).
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