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Participants of the Migrant Justice Forum, held in Fredericton, NB, February 13
Connie Sorio, Alfredo Barahona | Canada announced a review of the Temporary Foreign Workers Program (TFWP) just days after the Equal in Dignity – Equal in Rights Forum in Fredericton. The timing could not have been better.
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Scott Neigh | Sarah St. John and Omar Chu talk about Sanctuary Health's work to challenge barriers to services and resources faced by migrants in Vancouver.
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Scott Neigh | Steve Baird talks about the Education Across Borders collective and the fight to win unimpeded access to school for undocumented migrant children.
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Koba Konesavarathan | Can we trust the offer of the Harper Government to support refugees? Please listen to this audio to learn how the Harper Government is supposedly aidinging the existing refugees.
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Koba Konesavarathan | The Guelph Community Health Centre receives funds to provide medical services to refugees. However, 20-30 refugee claimants are going to Kitchner, Ontario to access those services.
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Koba Konesavarathan | Can we trust the offer of the Harper Government to support refugees? Please listen to this audio to learn how the Harper Government is supposedly aidinging the existing refugees.
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Photo: With permission Tings Chak
Megan Devlin | UN says Canada needs to end indefinite detention of migrants and ensure those from "safe countries" have access to hearings.
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Photo: Tings Chak with permission
Megan Devlin | New reports citing indefinite detention, unfair review processes and a mounting death toll among detainees in custody reveal the dark world of immigration detention in Canada.
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Scott Neigh | Dr. Hasan Sheikh talks about the work by Canadian Doctors for Refugee Care attempting to reverse the cruel 2012 cuts to health care for refugees.
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Scott Neigh | Daniel Tseghay and Daniel Wexel talk about a recent victory in a campaign to make public transit a space of safety rather than fear for undocumented migrants in Vancouver.
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Harsha Walia | This past week an all-white jury listened to testimony at the inquest into the death of Lucia Vega Jimenez while in Canada Border Service Agency (CBSA) custody. What it found should be shocking.
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Harsha Walia | Calls for a Sanctuary City have been made in Vancouver at the policy level and by service providers since at least 2005, but are now finally taking root with the leadership of grassroots groups.