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March 2, 2009 at 8:48 pm | Posted in Raves | Leave a comment

Our country is not one of the countries fighting in the Iraq war, but still has to make some tough moral decisions related to that war.

“A dozen or so people protested today outside the Citizenship and Immigration Canada office in Mississauga, pleading with Ottawa to reconsider its decision to deport U.S. war resisters. The group, comprised of American soldiers and their families, was hoping to catch the eye of Jason Kenney, the federal minister of citizenship, immigration and multiculturalism, who was at the CIC office to preside over a citizenship ceremony. Cooksville resident Laura Kaminker, who was at the rally, accused Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s government of ignoring a motion passed in the House of Commons last June that called for Canada to cease deportation proceedings against U.S. Iraq War resisters and their families.”

Source: The Missasagua News: ‘Majority of Canadians’ want resisters to stay

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