Ottawa, At least six Canadian Muslims have been denied entry at the Canada-U.S. border in the past two weeks, news reports said Friday.
They were traveling separately with their families and were turned away at different border crossing points.
Neither are from countries listed by U.S. President Donald Trump under his “Muslim ban” executive order.
The men were given scant information on why they were turned back but were told they needed to apply for visas at Toronto’s U.S. consulate, a procedure not common for those with Canadian passports.
Source: Jordan News Agency