We know that we can't help everyone, but what we can do is introduce balanced reforms to our refugee system that will allow us to expand our refugee resettlement programs to provide protection to more peopleCanada mulls taking in more refugees Mar 29, 2010
The unfortunate reality is that many consultants are working dishonestly or even illegallyCanada targets immigration scams Jun 08, 2010
The government is taking action to protect temporary foreign workers, including live-in caregivers from potential abuse and exploitationCanada tightens rules for foreign temps Aug 19, 2010
I'm very happy to be here in Canada and my presence here proves that Canada remains a country governed by laws and not by 'here today, gone tomorrow' politiciansCanada drops terror tag for British ex-MP Oct 03, 2010
There's no doubt that some of these illegal crossings are being facilitated by smugglers who are acting as coyotes to bring people across the border in a fashion that's not dissimilar to what happens across the Mexican-U.S. borderCanada: Arrests up on Quebec border Dec 02, 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.