At least 800 criminals who have been ordered to leave Canada still cannot be located by the Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA), according to Blacklock’s Reporter. Speaking to the House of Commons public accounts committee, CBSA President John Ossowski said that the agency is still looking for hundreds of criminals living illegally in Canada. “The number of people in the ‘wanted’ inventory the Auditor General identified is now down to 800 people with criminality,” he said. In July, a report by the auditor general found that the CBSA was routinely failing to provide immigration enforcement in a timely manner. The mismanagement resulted in CBSA losing track of 34,700 people up for deportation.