Where do we go from here?

The record shows an increasing percentage of valid refugees from so-called safe countries.

Embassy Photo: Sam Garcia
Former immigration minister Jason Kenney earlier this year.
Jim Creskey
Published: Wednesday, 03/18/2015 12:00 am EDT

There were two public revelations last week that may cause Canadians to scrutinize the way Citizenship and Immigration Canada, especially its refugee division, has been run by its political masters. And, surprise, it wasn’t all bad news. Of course, there was also some news that was so bad it was tragic.

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