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Title: Is Canadian immigration policy too open in light of world security issues?
Authors: Folson, Rose
Keywords: immigration policies
security
human rights
multicultural societies
immigrants
terrorism
Canada
Issue Date: Dec-2004
Publisher: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto
Series/Report no.: Ask the Experts;
Abstract: Is Canadian immigration policy too open in light of world security issues? No! In fact, post 9/11 policies imply that immigrants are potential criminals -- an approach that is threatening our unique multicultural society. We need security but it must be balanced by our respect for human rights. Canadian immigration policy seriously needs reform.
Description: Video series produced by the Education Commons, OISE/UT
URI: http://aries.oise.utoronto.ca/experts/december2004/rfolson300.mov
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