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August 9, 2011
Dear Mr Neve and Mrs Vaugrante,
I must confess that my first reaction upon reading your open letter to Minister Toews and myself was one of surprise and joy. For your organization to muster its formidable powers of suasion against the orderly and innoxious proceedings of the Canadian immigration system must mean that the world’s most truculent regimes have discharged their last political prisoners and advocates of democracy are free to march in the streets of Tehran and Pyongyang. I have since learned this is not the case, leaving me puzzled as to why Amnesty International (AI) would waste its time and resources opposing the legal deportation of war criminals and serious human rights violators from Canada.
2011/08/10 | Shawne McKeown, CityNews.ca
Peel Regional Police arrested Watana Chowattanakul, 50, on Tuesday. The Toronto man was charged with two counts of sexual assault.
Saskatchewan cities top growth list
CBC News Posted: Jul 21, 2011 2:45 PM CST Last Updated: Jul 21, 2011 2:45 PM CST
Saskatoon is growing faster than any other city in the country, according to Statistics Canada. (CBC)
Saskatchewan has two of the fastest growing cities in Canada, Statistics Canada reports.
Saskatoon is a the top of the list, and Regina is tied with Vancouver for No. 2.
University of Toronto immigration expert Jeffrey Reitz notes that, statistically, newcomers use fewer social services than other Canadians
A global poll by Ipsos shows Canadians are way ahead of their international counterparts when asked about their views on immigration, with almost twice the respondents agreeing it has had a good impact on their country. But even at that, only 40 per cent said immigration was good. And 56 per cent said they believe immigration is too much of a burden on social services. Canadians should get to know their neighbours a little better.