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Seth Klein

Reaction to the Tamil boat: Curious comparisons

| August 23, 2010

Weekly Diaspora: Has Obama failed the immigration reform movement?

| August 19, 2010

Justice for refugees: Stop the deportation of Jose Figueroa and his family

Thursday, August 26, 2010 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Location

Rhizome Cafe
317 East Broadway
Vancouver, BC
Canada
49° 15' 46.278" N, 123° 5' 54.7872" W

Come learn about the campaign to challenge the Immigration and Refugee Board's (IRB) decision to deport a B.C. man and his family on the basis of his affiliation to a political organization in his country of origin. Jose Figueroa was declared inadmissible to Canada by the Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) and the Ministry of Public Safety due to his past association with the Farabundo Marti Front for National Liberation (FM...LN), a former opposition organization that is now the governing party of El Salvador.

Weekly Diaspora: Will $600 million border security bill target innocents?

| August 12, 2010
August 12, 2010 |
Thanks to push-back from PSAC members, immigration applications will continue to be processed in a timely manner, saving families months of delays and anxiety.

Weekly Diaspora: Modified SB 1070 goes into effect and how federal law paved the way

| July 29, 2010

The People vs. Jason Kenney

Supporters of No One Is Illegal -- Toronto hold creative actions as part of the July 24 National Day of Action against Jason Kenney, Minister of Censorship and Deportation.

Not Rex: Deport Jason Kenney!

Canada's Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism, Jason Kenney continues to set up new discriminatory hurdles for today's immigrants.

Weekly Diaspora: Evangelicals unexpected allies for immigration reform

| July 22, 2010

Imona-Russel, rapist and murderer

http://www.thestar.com/news/gta/article/835361--how-a-killer-used-the-sy...

 

Read this and be disgusted:

 

He filed copious complaints, appealed numerous court decisions - twice to the Supreme Court of Canada - and sought countless adjournments. He spawned a legal cottage industry with a revolving cast of lawyers who argued, among other things, about what and how much lawyers should be paid for their role in his case. Some have compared Imona-Russel to Richard Wills, the former Toronto police officer convicted of murdering his mistress after manipulating the system so that taxpayers paid $1.3 million for his defence.

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