Fall in number of asylum seekers illegally crossing into Canada

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Matt Owczarz

Originally published on Humber News

The amount of asylum seekers illegally walking into Canada from the U.S. border has fallen dramatically in September from August.

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) intercepted 1,881 asylum seekers in September, compared to 5,712 from the month before. This leaves the total number of border-crossers to 15,102 so far, according to data from the Government of Canada.



The Long Road to Self-Driving Cars

2017_Toyota_RAV4_Hybrid-4The Toyota RAV 4 comes standard with Toyota Safety Sense driver assisting features. (Photo Courtesy of Toyota Canada Inc.)

Matt Owczarz

Originally published in Scribe Magazine

The future is in motion as Canada begins testing self-driving technology.

Autonomous – self-driving, or driverless vehicles – will be perfected to navigate roads without the need of  someone being behind the wheel. Equipped with GPS, cameras, and sensors, autonomous cars have the potential to be safer and more efficient – never running red lights, never exceeding the speed limit and devoid of all human error. However, there are a few kinks to work out before they can be fully rolled out.