BELLEVILLE – After the recent attacks in Paris, some world leaders have been reconsidering  plans to bring in Syrian refugees, but Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government says it still anticipates allowing 25,000 Syrians into Canada by 2016 .
Recently the premier of Saskatchewan, Brad Wall, called on the Liberal government to pause the program, citing “safety must be priority.”
Refugee initiative cannot be date/quota driven. Safety must be priority. Wrote to PM asking him to re-evaluate plan pic.twitter.com/EumdHMefwo 
— Brad Wall (@PremierBradWall) November 16, 2015 
There is a family scheduled to arrive in Belleville by Christmas.