Our final update on our story out of Fredericton High School in New Brunswick, Canada—where twenty-seven hundred pages obtained by an access to information request revealed adult migrant men attending classes, harassing their younger Canadian peers while demanding gender segregation, halal foods, and even demonstrating excitement over the bombings in Brussels earlier this year.
Every day this week, we’ve shown you the glaring problems stemming from poor integration of Syrian migrants in one Canadian high school, so the question becomes:
How did this happen and what are authorities doing about it?
The answer to the first question—how did this happen -- became painfully clear while combing through the email transactions between teachers from the school. They were perfectly unprepared:
“We have been operating in an environment where there were no supports in place provided to us prior to the arrival of the Syrian newcomers our high school, beyond the initial family interview and a language screener. We are living in a province where there are no official ESL (EAL) courses for high school, no alternate programming for war-affected youth, no personnel that have designated roles, like translator-interpreters, for example to help us settle youth down, make them feel at ease and help them navigate a whole new set of cultural and social norms.”
So, our federal government dumps tens of thousands of Syrian refugees into Canada with no plan to integrate them into our schools?
The school’s vice principal wrote to the Member of Parliament responsible for the riding of Fredericton, describing several sleepless nights because of the migrant mayhem within her school’s walls. She says the school’s problems are so severe, so important, she wants the details passed along to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau himself
Emails between teachers show there are NO consequences for Syrian migrants wreaking havoc in the classroom. Why? Because the students don’t speak English and there aren’t enough translators to discipline the misbehaving migrant men.
However, the school seems more interested in controlling the behaviour of the Canadian kids than their migrant peers, down to policing the words they use to describe these “newcomers”…
Tonight, I hope you’ll join me as I expose what ELSE is really going on behind the walls of one Canadian high school. Watch “On the Hunt” tonight at 9pm ET.