Asylum seekers from Haiti leave Olympic Stadium Thursday in Montreal. The stadium is being used as temporary housing for the influx of asylum seekers arriving from the United States.
Asylum seekers from Haiti leave Olympic Stadium Thursday in Montreal. The stadium is being used as temporary housing for the influx of asylum seekers arriving from the United States. Ryan Remiorz AP
Asylum seekers from Haiti leave Olympic Stadium Thursday in Montreal. The stadium is being used as temporary housing for the influx of asylum seekers arriving from the United States. Ryan Remiorz AP

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