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Tories Need To Do More To Win The New Immigrant Vote

Tories need to do more to win the new immigrant vote By Bruce M. Hicks Pacific Asian Post Tuesday, October 12, 2010 [The South Asian Post, October 14, 2010] Since Stephen Harper transitioned from being leader of the Canadian Alliance … Continue reading

First Multimedia Sikh Museum Opens In Canada

First multimedia Sikh museum opens in Canada By Gurmukh Singh Thaindian News, October 11, 2010 by IANS [South Asian Post, October 14, 2010] Mississauga, Oct 11 (IANS) Canada became the first country after India to open a unique Multimedia Sikh … Continue reading

They Will Keep Coming—There Are Good Reasons To Believe That Many Tamils Are Taking Advantage Of Canada’s Flawed Refugee Process

They will keep coming There are good reasons to believe that many Tamil migrants are taking advantage of Canada's flawed refugee process By Martin Collacott Citizen Special October 11, 2010 7:59 AM The arrival of a boatload of Sri Lankan … Continue reading

Hungarians Treated Like Slaves : RCMP

Hungarians treated like slaves: RCMP Adam McDowell and Mary Vallis National Post Saturday, Oct. 9, 2010 RCMP were hunting Friday for members of an alleged human trafficking ring, which they have charged with bringing at least 16 Hungarians to Canada … Continue reading

Montreal Stowaways Thought They Were Headed To Italy, Spain

Montreal stowaways thought they were headed to Italy, Spain By Anne Sutherland Montreal Gazette October 8, 2010 Nine foreign nationals who stowed away in Morocco aboard the MSC Lugano container ship that docked at the Port of Montreal are being … Continue reading

Officials Keep Lid On Stowaways

Officials keep lid on stowaways Human smuggling; Will not reveal gender, ages or nationalities By MAX HARROLD The Gazette October 8, 2010 Authorities are being tight-lipped about the nine foreign nationals being detained by Canadian immigration officials in a case … Continue reading

Terror Suspect Deported To Canada

Terror suspect deported to Canada Postmedia News October 8, 2010 A Somali-born Canadian citizen, who admitted he attended al-Qaida training camps in Afghanistan and lectures by Osama bin Laden, has been deported to Canada after he was released from an … Continue reading

X Factor Reject Gama Nhengu And Family To Appeal Against Deportation

X Factor reject Gamu Nhengu and family to appeal against deportation The lawyer representing X Factor reject Gamu Nhengu and her family has announced that she will appeal against plans to deport them. Press Association Published: 6:30AM BST 08 Oct … Continue reading

Australia Resumes Push For Regional Immigration Centre

Australia renews push for regional immigration centre (AFP) October 8, 2010 SYDNEY—-Australia will urge Indonesia, Malaysia and East Timor to back its proposal for a regional centre to process asylum-seekers during talks next week, Immigration Minister Chris Bowen said Friday. … Continue reading

Asylum Surge Picks Up The Pace

Asylum surge picks up the pace Paul Maley From: The Australian October 09, 2010 12:00AM TWO asylum boats, one towing the other, have been stopped north of Christmas Island in a hectic 24 hours for border protection. In a sign … Continue reading

A Few Frank Words About Immigration

A few frank words about immigration Margaret Wente From Thursday's Globe and Mail Published Thursday, Oct. 07, 2010 5:30AM EDT Last updated Thursday, Oct. 07, 2010 8:03AM EDT Of all the issues of concern to the future of Toronto, theres … Continue reading

Migrants Found In A Container In Montreal

Migrants found in a container in Montreal By QMI Agency Last Updated: October 7, 2010 10:51am MONTREAL—RCMP and border police were at the port of Montreal Thursday morning, where nine migrants were found in a shipping container. The migrants were … Continue reading

Asylum Seeker Died In Detention In Cambridgeshire

Asylum seeker died in detention in Cambridgeshire BBC NEWS 7 October 2010 Last updated at 16:40 ET A 39-year-old asylum seeker who died at a detention centre in Cambridgeshire was refused medicine shortly before his death, an inquest has heard. … Continue reading

Amnesty Slams Advice On Afghanistan

Amnesty slams advice on Afghanistan Karlis Salna AAP October 7, 2010 A leading human rights group has slammed the advice being used by Labor to reject Afghan asylum seekers, warning security in Afghanistan is now at its worst in a … Continue reading

Overseas Students Value Our Degrees

Overseas students value our degrees Andrew Trounson and Guy Healy From: The Australian October 06, 2010 12:00AM INTERNATIONAL students still have a high regard for Australian qualifications despite assaults, dodgy colleges and an immigration crackdown. A survey commissioned by international … Continue reading

Minister Reviewing Family Deportation

Minister reviewing family deportation By DIANE JOYCE – The Dominion Post Last updated 05:00 06/10/2010 A deportation decision that could see three young Hawke's Bay children left in New Zealand while their parents are sent back to India is being … Continue reading

Year’s 100th Boat Stopped

Year's 100th boat stopped Yuko Narushima The Age October 5, 2010 THE 100th boat of asylum seekers to reach Australia this year was intercepted off Christmas Island yesterday, carrying 71 asylum seekers. The opposition said the government continued to founder … Continue reading

Immigrant Leaders Call For Talks After Violence In Australian City

Immigrant Leaders Call for Talks After Violence in Australian City Phil Mercer VOA NEWS Sydney 05 October 2010 Police in South Australia are blaming tensions within the African immigrant community for a wild brawl in Adelaide. Immigrant leaders are calling … Continue reading

The Great Divide Widens Between Rich and Poor

The great divide widens between rich and poor One million live in neighborhoods that are going down in socioeconomic status Marianne Takacs Staff Reporter Thestar.com Published On Tue Oct 05 2010 While many in Toronto have been surprised by the … Continue reading

139,000 Immigrants Beat The Jobs Crunch : But Number Of Britons In Work Drops By 654,000

139,000 immigrants beat the jobs crunch: But number of Britons in work drops by 654,000 By Steve Doughty Mailonline Last updated at 7:26 PM on 5th October 2010 Migrant workers have continued to flow into the country during the recession … Continue reading

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