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Canadian government is putting asylum seekers to work

Seattle Times Sunday, 20 May 2018
MONTREAL — In a darkened room at a suburban community center last month, a representative from a Canadian meatpacking company showed a huge map on the screen. More than 30 Haitians who had recently walked across the border to file refugee claims in Canada were in the audience. “This is Canada,” the woman said. “Here’s […]
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