Lawyers see a 'vindictive' new refugee law

The government's new immigration and refugee bill, Bill C-31, is flying under the radar for two reasons, so far. The first reason is that Public Safety Minister Vic Toews is sucking all of the oxygen out of the national political debate.

Jim Creskey
Published: Wednesday, 02/22/2012 12:00 am EST

The government's new immigration and refugee bill, Bill C-31, is flying under the radar for two reasons, so far. The first reason is that Public Safety Minister Vic Toews is sucking all of the oxygen out of the national political debate.

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