Last year, between 900 and 1,000 individuals and their families were deemed medically inadmissible to Canada because of the “excessive demand” provision in section...Read More Medical inadmissibility rules make Canada a laggard
According to the Canada Border Services Agency, about 7,000 men, women and children are detained through the immigration detention system every year. Stephanie J....Read More Immigration detention and newcomer communities
The following is an edited version of an email exchange between British scholar Julian Lindley-French and British diplomat Anthony Cary on the subject of...Read More Could the UK stay in the EU and keep its independence?
China’s growing economic and political influence continues to dominate the news, and Canada has certainly been paying attention. Now it’s time to move past...Read More Canadian students, researchers key to ties with China
The regime of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has spearheaded a program of mass domestic repression and humanitarian deprivation unprecedented in the country’s history. There...Read More Canada on right side of Venezuelan crisis
Donald Trump has been clear from the start of his presidency: the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is a terrible deal (the “worst...Read More Will NAFTA 2.0 be a model for North American economic (dis)integration?
Xenophobic retrenchment has been evident in many societies lately. Anti-immigrant parties have made or consolidated gains in countries such as Hungary, Germany, the Netherlands...Read More Canadian exceptionalism in attitudes toward immigration
While some may see Canada’s efforts to reconcile human rights policy, trade policy and foreign policy as futile and akin to “mixing oil with...Read More No good reason for military deal with Philippines
America is deeply divided on issues related to immigrants and refugees, while in Canada, which accepts larger proportions of newcomers, there is a general...Read More What can Canada teach the US about immigration?