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As migrants crossing into Quebec continues to surge, Premier François Legault is asking the prime minister for help.
Legault wants a new migration deal with the U.S., as does Justin Trudeau; however, the U.S. is not in a rush.
U.S. Ambassador David Cohen told CBC News he'd rather address problems, and that irregular crossings are a symptom of a broad global migration challenge.
Our question this week: Are migrants crossing at the U.S. border being treated fairly? How can Canada's refugee system improve?
Plus, this week's Ask Me Anything segment focuses on the idea of a four-day work week coming to Canada. Jean-Nicolas Reyt is our guest. He's an associate professor of management at McGill University. What would you like to know?
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