As I have made clear, I think, in these fora, I believe that our, global, response to refugees is, to be charitable, madness.
I believe that most legitimate refugees want to return to their homes and our second priority should be to help them to do that.
Our first priority ought to be to make them safe (and reasonably comfortable) as close to home as possible.
Priority 1 costs money: to persuade neighbouring states to accept refugees; to build and staff camps with schools and hospitals and, and, and ... and, when the camps in the regions are full to overflowing, to build new camps farther away. But, camps from which almost all the refugees will, eventually return to their homes, not new homes in far away, foreign lands.
Priority 2 costs even more: making the place from which refugees fled safe, may, likely will require concerted, swift, violent, large scale military action.
But doing 1 and 2, in fairly short order, is the right answer ... doing what we (Canada) proposes is more madness.