Canada's new refugee law at a moral crossroads

Canada's Parliament is headed toward a decision that will take it to a moral and ethical crossroads, from which there will be no turning back. That decision will be the House of Commons vote, probably in a few weeks, on Bill C-11, which aims to amend this country's refugee laws.

Embassy Photo: Anca Gurzu
Jesuit priest Luis Arriaga Valenzuela travelled to Ottawa from Mexico to testify in front of the Human Rights subcommittee.
Jim Creskey
Published: Wednesday, 05/12/2010 12:00 am EDT

Canada's Parliament is headed toward a decision that will take it to a moral and ethical crossroads, from which there will be no turning back. That decision will be the House of Commons vote, probably in a few weeks, on Bill C-11, which aims to amend this country's refugee laws.

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