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Way Things: Cbc News and Legacy Refugees

way things: I am afraid the way things are at this point we will need additional resources ... because there is a limit to how much you can stretch one person's time, Dion said in an interview with CBC News, according to CBC. He said it's essentially impossible to close the gap using existing resources. Mario Dion insists the IRB has become more efficient in dealing with cases, but it's not enough. Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen recently announced a review of the asylum system, but he's offered no guarantee of additional funding. They are a group of about 5,500 people who have yet to have their asylum claims heard. The bulk of the backlog is made up of Canada's so-called legacy refugees. ( As reported in the news.