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Answered 2020-11-03 19:40:19

More than you would think . Iโ€™m not racist or against anyone but our government brings them here and pays them more money for the same work and we have to work two jobs to make ends meet , and got to fight for EI if we need it , Harder to find work or even get in to collages , not to mention the issue of population and the diseases.

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