03/26/2013 11:17 EDT

22 Minutes Mocks Border Security Reality Show, Action Plan Ads VIDEO)

The Harper government has been hammered lately for economic action plans that some say just promote Tories and for green-lighting a controversial reality show that featured a border raid in British Columbia.

Naturally, “22 Minutes” has found a way to make light of both hot-button issues.

In a preview of Tuesday night’s show, comedian Mark Critch is in pursuit of “illegals” at a construction site in Welland, Ontario for a new reality TV show, ‘Border Security.’

“We received a tip that some illegals were working at this construction site, so..”

A voice off-camera calls for a cut after realizing that something is missing.

In the next instant, a huge, economic action plan billboard can be seen in the background.

“We received a tip that some illegals were working at this.. Canada’s economic action plan-supported construction site,” he says, awkwardly.

This Hour Has 22 Minutes airs on CBC TV Tuesday nights at 8:30 p.m. Catch more clips of the show on Facebook and Twitter.

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