Asylum Seekers Flock to Canada Before Deadline

NPR's Madeleine Brand speaks with Molly Short, legal coordinator for Vive Inc., a shelter that this week has hosted an unusually large influx of refugees seeking asylum in Canada before a new agreement between the United States and Canada could make gaining asylum more difficult.

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