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Photo: Binuri Ranasinghe/flickr
| April 20, 2016
Asia Pacific Currents

Refugees are workers -- let them stay

April 2, 2016
| Jiselle Hanna interviews Amanda Zifcik from the Refugee Action Collective.
Length: 29:32 minutes (10.14 MB)
Image: Flickr/2010 Legal Observers
| March 30, 2016

These borders kill: Canada's lethal immigration system

Photo: flickr/ Guillermo Ruiz

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Francisco Javier Romero Astorga died in immigration detention on March 13. He was 39 years old, from Chile, a father of four. The Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA), responsible for his detention, has refused to explain how he died.

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Photo: flickr/ Day Donaldson
| March 9, 2016
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| January 28, 2016
| January 19, 2016
Redeye

Challenges facing non-Syrian refugees

January 16, 2016
| Privately sponsored refugees from countries like Somalia and Eritrea can face a five-year wait before they're able to come to Canada. Even government-assisted refugees from Africa can wait 18 months.
Length: 14:59 minutes (13.72 MB)
Rachel Notley
| December 30, 2015
Redeye

Syrian refugee starts crowdfunding campaign to bring family to Canada

December 22, 2015
| Mohammed Alsaleh was accepted as a government-sponsored refugee in 2014. Now he's having to resort to crowdfunding to raise the $30,000 he needs to sponsor the rest of his family.
Length: 13:38 minutes (12.49 MB)
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