The refugee, called Mohamed, was caught crossing the border in freezing temperatures after fleeing from the US.
In the footage from NBC, the reporter calls over to the refugee who holds his hands up in the air, terrified, as he kneels in the snow.
The Somalian refugee was then introduced to the journalist who asks him whether he just crossed the border into Canada.
After questioning the man, who appeared to be in a daze, the reporter called the Canadian police to take him to refuge.
The refugee was caught crawling on all fours after crossing the border into Canada
Mohamed, who had been walking all day, had to be told that he had entered Canada after crossing the northern US border in Manitoba.
After the 21 hour trek, the refugee was scared to speak to the Canadian officer in fear that he was speaking to an and American cop.
Eventually the refugee accepted that he had crossed the border before he was taken to the Canadian port where his refuge claim would be heard.
Frightened, Mohamed slowly left the car and exited with the Canadian police officer as he was offered medical care.
The refugee appeared to be worried when talking incase he was speaking to American officials just a day after the US president backed his travel ban policy.
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Donald Trump insisted in his press conference on Thursday that his controversial travel ban policy had worked exactly as he planned.
He said: “We had a very smooth roll out of the travel ban.
“But we had a bad decision, that is the only thing that was wrong with the travel ban. Very bad for the safety and the security of our country.”
Mr Trump’s travel ban sparked several protests around the country as some people in the US rushed to airports to demonstrate their anger, and to support those being stopped by the policy.
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