Migration policies shrink Canada

Cuts aimed at “bogus” refugees have unwisely spread fear and discrimination in our health system, and I believe this fear is spreading across our country.

Embassy Photo: Carl Meyer
Doug Gruner, a doctor at Élisabeth Bruyère Hospital and a member of Canadian Doctors for Refugee Care, speaks to a rally on Parliament Hill on June 16.
Kevin Pottie
Published: Wednesday, 10/22/2014 12:00 am EDT
Last Updated: Wednesday, 10/22/2014 1:10 am EDT

Canada has a history of standing up for human rights of refugees and refugee claimants. Until recent years, refugee resettlement and multiculturalism has grown Canada and arguably reduced racism and discrimination for immigrants, refugees and visible minorities.

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