Casually asserting that this generous system violates 'human rights and international justice,' without elaboration or specific citations, is sloppy and irresponsibleCanadian minister slams Amnesty International Aug 10, 2011
I believe in personal liberty, even if I find some expressions of personal liberty a bit peculiarFacial covering bill irks critics Feb 14, 2011
I think it's scandalous that someone could become a Canadian not knowing what the poppy representsNew history rules for Canadian immigrants Nov 11, 2009
We're delighted that this initial group has come here safely and successfully. All of the kids appear to be healthy -- and I think a little bit unnerved by the cold Canadian winterHaitian orphans arrive in Canada Jan 24, 2010
There are a number of ongoing police investigations into this practice of people abroad hiring consultants to establish for them evidence of residency in Canada, to meet the three-year residency requirement, when, in point of fact, they are often living abroad most or all of that timeMajor citizenship fraud inquiry in Canada Feb 01, 2010
Jason T. Kenney, PC, MP (born May 30, 1968) is Canada's current Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism. He has represented the riding of Calgary Southeast in the Canadian House of Commons since 1997.
Initially elected as a candidate of the Reform Party of Canada, Kenney was re-elected as a Canadian Alliance candidate in 2000, and has since been re-elected twice as the candidate of the Conservative Party of Canada.
Following the Conservative victory in the 2006 general election, Kenney was appointed Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister of Canada. On January 4, 2007, he was sworn in as the Secretary of State for Multiculturalism and Canadian Identity, and as a Privy Councillor. Kenney has held the post of Minister for Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism since October 30, 2008.