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cases: We are dealing with situations on site immediately as they present and they do not present on a regular basis, he said, according to CBC. It is overall, in our estimation, even less than one per cent of cases that are cases dealing with serious criminality and which are resolved at the time, in their entirety. '1063302723777', 'playlist Selector' 'container Selector' ' container28579604', 'ciid' 'caffeine14340100' ; Less than 1% of claimants have serious criminal records CBSA1 46 Liberal ministers taking questions at the committee worked to downplay any associated problems with the surge in asylum seekers and assure the public that federal officials are managing the influx capably. Appearing before the House of Commons immigration committee studying the issue today, CBSA associate vice-president Jacques Cloutier said any potential risks are swiftly identified and dealt with. Half of asylum claims rejected Protesters shut down border How border crossers claim asylum Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale, responding to questions from Alberta Conservative MP Glen Motz about what the government is doing to restore public confidence, ensure people follow the rules and don't disappear after entering the country, insisted the border is secure. Officials from various departments, including CBSA and the RCMP, act immediately and effectively to minimize any risks to Canadians, he said. The implication in this dump of innuendos that somehow the border is insecure and somehow the safety of the country is being compromised is absolutely wrong, he said. ( As reported in the news.