Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall is citing safety concerns for his wanting the federal government to suspend its plan to bring in 25,000 Syrian refugees by year’s end.

Wall says in a letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau that he is worried that fast-tracking refugee claims could undermine the screening process.

“I do believe that if there’s a chance that even only one person would use the refugee process to come into this country with a plan to do ill, to do bad things in Canada to Canadians, that’s worth it, that’s worth some circumspection,” Wall said Monday at the Regina legislature.

The premier said in his letter that the attacks in Paris are a grim reminder of the death and destruction even a small number of “malevolent individuals can inflict upon a peaceful country and its citizens.”

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