Concerns with IOM have led to low voter registration in Canada.
Photo: Morris Batali
Southern Sudanese who have just registered in Toronto show off their registration cards.
Carl Meyer Published: Wednesday, 12/01/2010 12:00 am EST
From Jan. 9-15, thousands of South Sudanese from across Canada are expected to flock to Toronto and Calgary and vote on whether to keep Africa's largest country united, or create a new nation that they can call home.
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