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Canada’s Post 9/11 Security Environment: The State Of Immigration Policy And Border Management In Canada

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posted on 08.06.2021, 11:18 by Kristina Brugger
In the post 9/11 era the governments of Canada and the United States are faced with the challenge of enhancing national security while maintaining the flow of goods, services, and people. In addressing this matter, Canada has confronted some difficulty in the reformation of its security and immigration policies in attempting to strike a balance between meeting the demands of the United States, while also taking domestic considerations into account such as respect for human rights. Given the high levels of immigration seen in Canada, many believe that Canada is leaving itself open to cross border activities that pose threats to national security. As a result, it is questionable whether Canada’s border management initiatives are properly equipped to combat threats to national security considering the effects high levels of immigration can have on border management efforts.

History

Language

eng

Program

Immigration and Settlement Studies

Granting Institution

Ryerson University

Thesis Advisor

Arne Kislenko