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French-Language Classes: Canadian Press and Refugee Board

french-language classes: A lot of killing has been going on, he told The Canadian Press during a break from French-language classes he is taking in Montreal, according to CTV. The 35-year-old didn't want to use his real name out of fear it could negatively affect his hearing at the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada. He says the herdsmen from the north of the country threaten southern farmers and sometimes murder them. The herdsmen go to the community and they can slaughter as many civilians as they want, he said. Eric is one of 7,612 people who crossed illegally into the country during the first four months of the year, with 96 per cent of them entering Quebec, primarily through Roxham Road, a paved clearing at the forested border In 2017, thousands of Haitians fled the United States for Montreal, but Nigerians make up a large number of would-be refugees crossing into Quebec this year, according to authorities and community organizers. We don't know who is sponsoring them and the government isn't doing anything about it. ( As reported in the news.