Honourable Vic Toews, Minister of Public Safety makes an announcement related to the enforcement of immigration laws at the Dominion Public Building in Toronto January 11 2012.
Credits: Dave Abel/Toronto Sun/QMI Agency
Public Safety Minister Vic Toews announced the arrests Friday.
Delson Jules turned himself in to CBSA authorities at Montreal's Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport on Tuesday.
Originally from Haiti, he was convicted in Canada of criminal harassment, uttering threats and assault.
On Wednesday, Namibian national Christa Kozonguizi turned herself in to CBSA officials at the Greater Toronto Enforcement Centre.
She is considered inadmissible to Canada based on "security grounds."
A tip from the public led to the apprehension Wednesday of Damien Rami Butler, originally from Jamaica. The RCMP arrested him in the Greater Toronto Area and turned him over to local authorities.
Butler has been convicted of a number of charges including trafficking.
Meanwhile, Haitian national Jameson Seide was deported on Tuesday, the eighth man from the CBSA's most wanted list to be sent home.
Seide has multiple convictions to his name, including drug trafficking, assault, and weapons possession.
So far, 18 people on the CBSA's list have been located.
Over 30 people on the list remain at large.