Inside the U.S. shelter helping asylum seekers reach Canada

Workers at a U.S. border charity that helps asylum seekers reach Canada say they’ve seen a spike in requests for shelter from people who no longer feel safe in the United States.

Vive, which translates to “live” in Spanish, is run out a former school in Buffalo, N.Y. The non-profit centre, which dates back to 1985, has about 200 beds for undocumented migrants who are now arriving by the dozens each day from as far away as Texas.

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