Jason Kenney's troubling refugee legacy

Jason Kenney was making changes to the Department of Citizenship and Immigration at a torrid pace—or so it seemed—until he was stopped dead in his tracks last week by a non-confidence vote. Now, before the May 2 election, might be a good time to take stock of what he accomplished.

Jim Creskey
Published: Wednesday, 03/30/2011 12:00 am EDT

Jason Kenney was making changes to the Department of Citizenship and Immigration at a torrid pace—or so it seemed—until he was stopped dead in his tracks last week by a non-confidence vote. Now, before the May 2 election, might be a good time to take stock of what he accomplished.

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