Ottawa: Three people were charged in southwestern Ontario for allegedly hiring stand-ins to write English proficiency tests on their behalf, using fake passports for identification. In a statement Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander has said, “Canadians are generous and welcoming, but will not tolerate cheats and fraudsters who seek to do an end-run around our rules or abuse our generosity. Our government will continue to take decisive actions to protect the integrity of our immigration system and combat all forms of immigration fraud.”