reporters wednesday: It's the whole process of absorbing people who want to go to Ontario, according to Vancouver Courier. And that entails resources financial resources, and other kinds of resources, manpower resources, Garneau told reporters Wednesday. Federal Transport Minister Marc Garneau says Ontario civil servants have been working on details of the plan with the federal government and Quebec, but nothing can be finalized until a new provincial government is in place.article continues below Trending Stories Kettle-Boffo project remains on Cambie Bridge set to begin this weekend Good Night Out Vancouver street team back in action this weekend These are the top five brands B.C. loves There's a lot of very hard work being done by civil servants who work for Immigration Ontario to look at the whole issue of the triage, which is more than just a reception centre. There is an election going on and, when it's all in place, there will be a requirement to get the new government of Ontario, whatever that government is, to sign onto that. The group of federal and provincial officials also met last month, when they reached agreements on measures including the creation of a so-called triage system to identify asylum seekers interested in going to areas outside Montreal or Toronto to await the outcome of their refugee claims. The ad hoc intergovernmental task force on irregular migration met Wednesday evening to discuss the ongoing issue of illegal border crossers and how to address pressures facing Quebec, where the vast majority of irregular migrants are arriving. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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