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David J. Climenhaga | Approximately 600 people were granted expedited citizenship throughout the time the Harper government was in power.
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Maya Bhullar | Read this partial list of campaigns launched during the election and get involved. Now.
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Fatima Syed | The work permits of many temporary foreign workers (TFWs) who have been working in Canada for more than four years expires today, requiring them to leave immediately or suffer the consequences.
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John Bonnar | On Monday, health care professionals in 17 cities across the country held their third National Day of Action to oppose the cuts to refugee health care imposed by the Conservatives two years ago.
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Zoё St-Aubin, Jill Bucklaschuk | A realignment of thinking is needed to acknowledge temporary foreign workers of all skill levels as potential permanent members of communities that contribute to the labour force.
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Mandy Hiscocks | On June 4, 2012, Tatyana arrived at Lester B. Pearson International Airport in Toronto. At the airport she was sent to the office of the Canadian Border Services Agency.
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Krystalline Kraus | Members of No One Is Illegal Toronto and allies in St. Catherines hand delivered letters to seven of the twelve members of the Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration (CIMM) today.
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Isabel Macdonald | Deportation is now being used as punishment for Canadian residents who have served sentences for minor crimes like drug possession and petty theft. Attempts to deport Victor Morales have exposed this.
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The MV Sun Sea (right) and the impromptu refugee processing centre set up to received 490 Tamils. As seen from across the harbour on the shore of the Esquimalt First Nation after the ship’s arrival on Aug. 13, 2010. Photo: Wongo888/Flickr
Uzma Shakir | Our best strategy is to follow our humanitarian principles and due process.
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British MP George Galloway speaking in Trafalgar Square, London. Photo: Charlie Thompson
Cathryn Atkinson | Part Two: Were these documents damaging to Jason Kenney? Did the immigration minister say too much in the House of Commons?
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British MP George Galloway in 2007. Photo by David Hunt.
Cathryn Atkinson | Part One: The paper trail that led to U.K. MP George Galloway being banned from Canada a year ago is under the rabble.ca spotlight. Were his privacy rights violated? What did Jason Kenney know?
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| Never mind Ann Coulter? Can it be only a year since Jason Kenney, Canada's diligent minister of immigration, was loudly barring the nation's gates to British MP George Galloway?