If B.C. takes in more asylum seekers, it should get more funding: immigration minister

B.C. Premier David Eby has criticized the federal government for giving Quebec $750 million in asylum seeker funding. But Immigration Minister Marc Miller told Rosemary Barton that Quebec has taken on a disproportionate burden of asylum seekers — and if B.C. is willing to take in more of them, it should get more funding too.

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