Too early for congratulations on refugee reforms

Despite the fact the government's refugee bill, C-11, picked up a few amendments in committee and received a great round of approval as it passed through the House, it would be premature to heap praise on it’s actual effect on asylum seekers.

Jim Creskey
Published: Wednesday, 06/16/2010 12:00 am EDT

Despite the fact the government's refugee bill, C-11, picked up a few amendments in committee and received a great round of approval as it passed through the House, it would be premature to heap praise on its actual effect on asylum seekers.

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