The Harper immigration record speaks for itself

As a rule, Canadian legal academics and immigration and refugee lawyers are loathe to express overtly partisan opinions in public. Yes, they do often comment on government policies, procedures and proposed legislation—often in quite critical tones. However, to actually pick one political party over another is highly unusual.

Published: Wednesday, 04/27/2011 12:00 am EDT

As a rule, Canadian legal academics and immigration and refugee lawyers are loathe to express overtly partisan opinions in public. Yes, they do often comment on government policies, procedures and proposed legislation—often in quite critical tones. However, to actually pick one political party over another is highly unusual.

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