Alysum seekers crossing into Canada receive up to $1,419 cash per month 

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Welcome to Canada says prime minister Justin Trudeau.

Trudeau never disclosed on twitter or publicly how much actual cash alysum seekers receive crossing the American border into Canada. 

Why do people cross the border? Because Trudeau welcomed them from President Donald Trump, on twitter, Facebook, and of course on CBC.

Has anyone asked why alysum seekers leave the United States? The country everyone dreams of going? Probably not, the big questions were, how can we accommodate them. 

If requirements are met, alysum seekers receive the following in cash reported by Global News:

Single person: $753 per month. 

Family of four, two parents with two children ages 4 to 6: $1,354 per month.

Family of four, two parents with two children ages 7 to 11: $1,419 per month.

This doesn’t include free health care, free legal aid, and a free place to stay until they become eligible to receive the cash. 

Thousands of Canadians are currently out of work receiving around $980 per month on EI, which has expired for many, the Canadian lifestyle costs a lot more than $980 a month, won’t you agree? 

Some reports say alysum seekers and refugees aren’t willing to find work, after one year records show only 20% of refugees found work. 

There’s a governing problem in Canada, and Justin Trudeau is supposed to fix it, but at the going rate Canada will be crippled soon. 

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Jason grew up on a farm in Saskatchewan and moved to work in the Alberta oil patch for the last 10 years, he has a sense of humor and open mind, his goal is to provide factual news across Canada and the United States on politics, he hopes one day to work for many publishing networks around the world.

15 Comments

  1. I cant even get welfare because I don’t have an address! this pisses me off to the fullest!!! Trudeau you need to leave canada!! RIGHT NOW!!!

  2. Would the U.S.A. Government pay out money if a asylum person crossed into the U.S.A. I highly doubt it. When our government won’t put additional RCMP on the Emerson Manitoba, after Ralph Goodall toured the site. this is unfair to the citizens of Emerson having refugees knocking on their doors looking for help. This is just an indication that the Liberals will do nothing about this situation, let everyone in, it will be more new Liberal Vote in 2019.

  3. They didn’t contribute anything in the way of taxes. My gosh all this money going out to foreigners in way of welfare, health care, foreign aid. We may be flush with money now but we’ll be bankrupt and going to civil wars in less than 30 years. If we ever have a natural disaster or warfare because of the way the world is today do you think we’ll get any help from these countries who can’t help themselves. Who will our leaders be? The same ones who left their own countries because of poverty and cruelty. Do you think that won’t happen here? All these countries that are being ravaged now by asylum seekers will ravage Canada.

  4. I am a proud Canadian on a disability pension and for my years of work and paying taxes I receive $ 1235.00 per month. I am not prejudiced but why in God’s name does our empty headed Prime Minister feel that refugees and illegal migrants deserve more financial handouts than Canada’s own people.

  5. So what’s your problem with them receiving a basic living amount. They come from horrific situations that we Canadians can barely imagine!

  6. I am 58 years old and I was born in Canada. That doesn’t seem to mean anything to the government. They give these immigrants $1419.00 each a month. I am on disability and the government gives $708.00 dollars a month with no benefits. WHY ARE WE CANADIANS NOT BEING TAKEN CARE OF? Why are there children going to school hungary. The government sends millions of dollars to all these countries but don’t take care of there own. It is absolutely discussing.

  7. I am on CPPD, with a small portion to help with raising my daughter the federal government gives me $970 a month…less than $10,000/year to help support me. I am grateful for what I get, but then the provincial government takes that all into account when they help…so I don’t even get enough to pay the electric bill from them. I only thank god that they cover the 10 medications a day I have to take and the meds my daughter takes.

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