McGuinty Slams IRPA Changes

Published: Wednesday, 04/09/2008 12:00 am EDT

Proposed changes to Canada's Immigration and Refugee Protection Act continue to stir a backlash. Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty said the federal government would be making a "huge mistake" by shutting out immigrants just because they don't fit a certain skilled labour profile, the Toronto Star reported last week. Toronto Mayor David Miller also took issue with the changes and penned a letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper urging him to open the changes to a full debate and policy review.

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