Kenney confuses on permanent residence loss

Jason Kenney does not suffer criticism very well. But, in his efforts to sustain support for his ill-conceived immigration reforms, the minister has now turned to a more devious tactic: obfuscation. That is the polite word for it.

Lorne Waldman, Sean Rehaag, Audrey Macklin
Published: Wednesday, 03/28/2012 12:00 am EDT

Jason Kenney does not suffer criticism very well. But, in his efforts to sustain support for his ill-conceived immigration reforms, the minister has now turned to a more devious tactic: obfuscation. That is the polite word for it.

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