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Telephone Interview: Colin Murchison and Interview Tuesday

telephone interview: The Canada Border Services Agency says 566 immigrants used the same addresses between 2008 and 2015 -- the siblings' Sherwood Motel and Ping Zhong's Charlottetown home, according to CTV. Nearly all were granted permanent residency. Siblings Ping Zhong and Yi Zhong allegedly counselled business immigrants seeking permanent residency to provide residential addresses in P.E.I. though they didn't really live there, as required under the province's immigration system. Seven cases were chosen for prosecution, said Colin Murchison, a CBSA director of investigations in an interview Tuesday. That doesn't mean that we wouldn't ever lay other charges depending on what new evidence presents itself, Murchison said in a telephone interview. The CBSA charged Ping Zhong, 60, with three counts of aiding and abetting misrepresentation under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, and five counts against her 58-year-old brother. ( As reported in the news.