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 Last week CANADA lifted negative warning for travel to Haiti

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MessageSujet: Last week CANADA lifted negative warning for travel to Haiti - this week...   Ven 24 Juil 2009 - 11:06

Government hinders refugee applicants
By ELIZABETH THOMPSON, NATIONAL BUREAU, SUN MEDIA

http://www.edmontonsun.com/news/canada/2009/07/23/10240591-sun.html


OTTAWA — First it was Mexico and the Czech Republic.

Now, the federal government has made it harder for citizens of Haiti and four other countries to apply for refugee status in Canada.

Under regulations that went into effect yesterday, citizens of countries Canada judges too dangerous to deport people back to will no longer benefit from special treatment when they arrive at the Canada-U.S border to claim refugee status.

Instead, under the Canada-U.S Safe Third Country agreement, they will be turned back at the border and told to apply for refugee status in the U.S.

Previously, refugee claimants from Haiti, Afghanistan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Iraq and Zimbabwe were allowed to enter Canada, where they could stay while they made their claims.

The group that will be the most affected by the new measure will be Haitians, who accounted for 3,956 of the 5,037 people who qualified for the special treatment in 2008.

In a document quietly tabled in the House of Commons Wednesday, the government says it feared the number of Haitian refugees arriving at the Canada-U.S border was about to rise.

“Numbers may increase over the coming months, as the U.S. has recommenced removals to Haiti after the termination of an administrative deferral following hurricane damage in 2008.”

At the same time, the government announced that it will resume deportations to Burundi, Liberia and Rwanda ,which were previously on the special-treatment list. Public Safety Minister Peter Van Loan said conditions in those countries have improved and it is now safe to send failed refugee claimants back.

The move comes a week after Immigration Minister Jason Kenney announced Canada’s decision to impose visas on visitors from Mexico and the Czech Republic in a bid to reduce the number of refugees from those countries.

Together, the measures announced by Kenney will reduce the number of people able to claim refugee status in Canada by more than 40%, says Janet Dench, executive director of the Canadian Council for Refugees.

“This is a dramatic move, closing the door on refugees.”

While Canada does not deport failed refugee claimants back to Haiti because it believes the country is too dangerous, the United States has been actively deporting Haitians, Dench said. Canada also recognizes some grounds for refugee status that the U.S doesn’t, such as gender persecution, she pointed out.

The move also drew the ire of opposition critics like NDP MP Olivia Chow and Bloc Quebecois MP Thierry St. Cyr who said the solution is to improve Canada’s refugee determination system — not close the doors to refugees.

elizabeth.thompson@sunmedia.ca
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MessageSujet: Re: Last week CANADA lifted negative warning for travel to Haiti   Ven 24 Juil 2009 - 12:06

Je trouve dommage que le Canada fasse celà et encore une fois on voit le vrai visage de Stephen Harper.
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MessageSujet: Re: Last week CANADA lifted negative warning for travel to Haiti   Ven 24 Juil 2009 - 18:36

Se noumenm k ap reve je kale. Yout peyi a defann enterè yo. Diskou imanis pou timoun ki kwè nan tontonnwèl - pandantan aksyon konkrè ap poze.
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MessageSujet: Re: Last week CANADA lifted negative warning for travel to Haiti   Sam 25 Juil 2009 - 7:37

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Tout Ayisyen te bat BRAVO!! Kanada ouvri pot sa!!

2 semem pa passe, yo femen yon lot pot:
This is a dramatic move, closing the door on refugees.”

While Canada does not deport failed refugee claimants back to Haiti because it believes the country is too dangerous, the United States has been actively deporting Haitians, Dench said. Canada also recognizes some grounds for refugee status that the U.S doesn’t, such as gender persecution, she pointed out.

Nou pa konprand jwet ouvri yon pot e femen yon lot pot ke Kanada ap fe la.
Nou tout te rele viv Kanada le yo leve ambargo tourist la sou nou. Yo di ke blan tourist kanadyen gen dwa konnyen la al an Ayiti san ke sote.

Lot pot ke yo femen an se ke yo pa axsepte refigye la kay yo memm jan ke yo te konnn fe lontan.
Yo pap depote refigyee sa yo lakay yo paske yo panse ke Ayiti tro danjere.

Ayiti pa danjere pou blan kanadyen anko, men li danjere pou refijye yo.
Kanada pap voye refujye lakay yo e Kanada pap axsepte yo non plis. Ki sa ke yo gen intention fe ak 3,000+ refijye sa yo??
Ouvri yon pot femen yon lot ki ossi inpotan e egal an vale egal zero.

Nou rele sa an politik mete lasi nan je pou linet: Yon kout dlo cho, yon kout dlo frett pa gen mal nan sa!

Ban nou yon ti explikasyon souple!!

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MessageSujet: Re: Last week CANADA lifted negative warning for travel to Haiti   Sam 25 Juil 2009 - 9:44

Revelasyon,

Repons lan ,se pou nou degaje n pou nou amelyore kondisyon yo ann Ayit.
Bagay yo pa p amelyore lan peyi ki te konn sèvi soupap pou ekonomi ayisyen an,Etazini ou byen Kanada.

Lend ak La Chine ap kontininye souse tout kalite djòb lan ekonomi Etazini,Kanada ou byen Lewòp;e se yon bagay ki ap chanje demen.
Kididonk ti peyi yo ou menm peyi ki pa twò piti se degaje yo.
Yo remake ke gen yon migrasyon a lenvès ki ap fèt kounye an.

Gen anpil Meksiken ak Brezilyen ki ap retounen lakay yo,malgre bagay lan pa pi bon lan peyi sa yo.
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MessageSujet: Re: Last week CANADA lifted negative warning for travel to Haiti   Sam 25 Juil 2009 - 14:17

Mesye,

Fòk nou fè yon chwa. Yo pa ka lè yo mete nou sou lis, nou rele anmwe! Men lè yo retire nou, pou nou rele anmwe konplo!

Se yon bagay ki fè sans, si Ayiti pa danjere ase pou etranje viv ladann, alò li pa ka danjere ase pou pwòp Ayisyen pa ka al viv lakay yo. Donk si pou yo bay Ayisyen estati refijye li pa ka fèt sou baz ke Ayiti twò danjere.
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