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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.
| July 29, 2010

Activists get creative on National Day of Action against Jason Kenney

No One Is Illegal activists get creative for the July 24 National Day of Action against Jason Kenney. (www.nooneisillegal.org)

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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.

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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.

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| July 22, 2010
| July 8, 2010

Jason Kenney's disposable workforce of temporary foreign labour

Using the distraction of police violence against protesters that was on display at the G20 Summit marches in Toronto, the Canadian government once again affirmed their commitment to the movement of people across their borders only as cheap and replaceable labour.

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| July 1, 2010
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