David’s Blog: From Double Trouble to Double-Double

CIC News
Published: December 3, 2015

Whatever might be said about Canada’s new Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship (don’t you just love that title?), nobody can deny that he has so far rolled up his sleeves.

Minister John McCallum, along with the new health and defence ministers, travelled to Amman, Jordan last week to visit the biggest refugee camp in the region and see Canada’s processing centre. And all this while his department has kept things ticking over on the economic immigration and family reunification files. >>Read more . . .

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