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Mac Scott | A new report released this week showed that Canada's detention system is more broken than ever. Release is entirely dependent on arbitrary review and there's no presumptive period. What's going on?
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Redeye Collective | According to a bulletin obtained by Vancouver immigration lawyer Richard Kurland through access to information legislation, the CBSA aims to deport 875 permanent residents this year.
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David J. Climenhaga | If it's so contemptible in the prime minister’s view to break one law because one disapproves of it, why is it heroic to break another one for the same reason?
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Redeye Collective | There are thousands of undocumented workers in Canada. Their stories are mostly hidden from view. But a recent raid on a construction site in Vancouver put migrant workers in the spotlight.
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Susan McGrath | Empirical research that would improve refugee legislation and the practices of our refugee determination system is being overlooked to the detriment of refugees and the Canadian public.
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Silmi Abdullah | Mohamed Mahjoub faces one of the most egregious legal measures taken against a person: a security certificate. Silmi Abdullah writes about her experience working as a law student on his case.
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MaryCarl Guiao | Aladàr Horvàth, chair of the Roma Civil Rights Foundation in Hungary, provides an overview of the socio-political landscape in Hungary that has brought so many Roma to Canada seeking refugee status.
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Jane Williams | The civilian death toll exceeds one thousand since mass protests started in March against the Assad government.
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Mohan Mishra and Marika Heinrichs | Making policing and immigration enforcement accountable to communities on March 15, International Day Against Police Brutality.