Approximately every year, Canada support refugees by entering. Throughout its past, Canada checkered history of welcoming people entry at the port by borders. Here are some of the significant milestones along the way.
History of Refuge in the18th and 19th centuries
In Scotland, the Highland Clearances removed many families who secured their way to Canada.
After Russia annexes Poland, many Poles flee to North America, including Canada, to escape economic, political, and military reprisals.
European Jews come to seeking religious, political, and social refuge in Canada.
Thousands of Ukrainians seek asylum in Canada. They came from religious and political repression in their civil war-ravaged homeland after the Soviets attacked in 1932.
Thousands of Mennonites allowed Canada to flee religious and ethnic persecution in the new Soviet Union.
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About 165,000 people attacked by the Second World War. Most of the refugees come to Canada for survival.
Hundreds of Bengalis seek refuge in Canada in the liberation war of East Pakistan.
During the Vietnam War, careful objectors from the United States travel to Canada to leave to survive.
The 5,700 south Asian refugees accepted by Canada represent the first large group of non-white refugees to arrive in Canadian history.
Thirteen thousand Chileans endeavor refuge in Canada to leave for persecution and authoritarian rule after General Augusto Pinochet seizes power.
More than sixty thousand refugees from Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam, often referred to resettled in Canada.
Nearly thirteen thousand Bosnian refugees enter Canada to escape ethnic cleansing after the breakup of Yugoslavia.
More than seven thousand Kosovar refugees are airlifted to military bases in eastern Canada to escape a brutal civil war.
Canada resettles 3,900 Karen refugees from Thailand, Myanmar, and Burma.
More than twenty-five thousand Iraqi refugees resettle in Canada.
Canada welcomes more than forty thousand Syrian refugees. They fled Syria to escape the full-scale civil war.
Beginning of 2018, 7,500 claimants enter Canada with higher numbers predicted during warm weather.