Percent of refugee claimants held on non-security grounds in Canada, by city in 2015

This statistic shows the percent of refugee claimants in detention in Canada who were held on grounds of being unlikely to appear and/or having an unverifiable identity in 2015, by city of detention. In 2015, 95 percent of refugee claimants in detention in Montreal, Quebec were being held on grounds of being unlikely to appear and/or having an unverifiable identity.
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Percent of refugee claimants detained on grounds of unlikely to appear and/or identity in Canada, by city in 2015
Percent of refugee claimants held for non-security reasons
Montreal, Quebec95%
Toronto, Ontario94%
Vancouver, British Columbia90%
Niagara Falls, Ontario85%
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