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Unverified Website: Canada and News Story

unverified website: The article makes the untrue claim that Canada has granted residency to all Kenyans who were illegally living in Canada and applied to remain, according to CTV. This latest fake news story follows a near-identical report that was published on the same website last month, claiming Trudeau had begged Nigeria for one million immigrants. The latest report, published on an unverified website called CBTV, falsely claims that Trudeau pleaded with Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta to allow one million Kenyans to enter Canada under a new Employment and Migration Programme designed for immigrants. Both articles were shared widely on social media, prompting Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada to respond. If you have seen this link on your social media timeline, don't fall for it. In early May, Canada's High Commission in Kenya debunked the fake news story in a tweet that read, Fake News Alert. ( As reported in the news.