Tory MP Rahim Jaffer says previous governments failed to engage diaspora communities, but new Canadians worry the renewed interest in pluralism is based on the war on terror.
Lee Berthiaume Published: Wednesday, 10/25/2006 12:00 am EDT Last Updated: Thursday, 02/27/2014 7:35 pm EST
It was when the rebels reached Freetown, cutting Thomas Turay off from not only his three young daughters, but also the world, that the question he had been toying with for years was finally answered for him.
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