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Doug Gruner says a warm welcome is key to refugee integration
Dennis Gruending | Physician Doug Gruner says that a welcoming approach toward refugees is a key to their successful integration into Canadian life, and access to health care is vital to the process.
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Jesse McLaren | The fourth and largest annual day of action against cuts to refugee health shows the Harper government's bogus arguments are failing, and solidarity with refugees is growing.
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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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Adrienne Silnicki | Please join us and our allies on June 16 in cities across Canada to oppose harmful and life-threatening health-care cuts to one of our most vulnerable populations.
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Adrienne Silnicki | Changes to the Interim Federal Health Program is another way Canada has become a less caring country. Since 2012, refugees have been split into several classes that determine their access to care.
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Adrienne Silnicki | The Council of Canadians joined with hundreds of health-care professionals, lawyers, and refugee rights activists to protest the government's discriminatory cuts to health care for refugees.
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Jesse McLaren | Canadian Doctors for Refugee Care are organizing a second day of action against the Harper government's cruel and costly health-care cuts.
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Brent Patterson | A National Day of Action is planned for Monday June 17 to protest the Harper government's cuts to health care for refugees.
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John Bonnar | Canadian doctors and lawyers are banding together to challenge the legality of the Federal government health cuts to refugee claimants.