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Trudeau Commits Canada To $9 Billion Program To Assist Sub-Saharan Africa

The Sahel Alliance seeks to help stabilize the five Sahel countries—Mauritania, Mali, Niger, Burkina Faso and Chad—facing chronic insecurity, rising extremism and terrorist threats, lack of economic prospects and access to education, jobs and essential services such as water and electricity.

MP Ahmed Hussen Wants “Dignity” For Third World Canadians, While Anglophones Are “Genocidal”

In a statement, Canadian Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen said that visible minority newcomer women face more challenges than any other demographic in entering the workforce. “This isn’t just about getting women jobs. It’s also about providing a sense of dignity and belonging. Canada’s gender equality is for all women, not just for some.”

Justin Trudeau Fragmenting Canadian Society With Abortion, Guns, Immigration Policies

According to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, “We’re going to have to stand in the face of what very likely will be negative, divisive campaigns while we stay positive. Because we know that scaring people and dividing people might lead to short-term electoral gains, but it ends up hurting your capacity to govern for everyone.”

Has Justin Trudeau Dropped Anglophones To The Bottom Of Canada’s Social Order?

The Honourable Ahmed Hussen, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, introduced Bill C-99, An Act to amend the Citizenship Act, to change Canada’s Oath of Citizenship to include clear reference to the rights of Indigenous peoples.

Trudeau’s Canada: Non-Citizen “Refugees” Sue Canadian Govt Regarding Daycare

The law firm representing the women, alongside refugee rights organizations and a group of 130 health professionals made presentations to new Families Minister Mathieu Lacombe, who said he was open to changing the policy.

Trudeau Govt Cancel Action Plan To Combat Human Trafficking In Canada

In 2011, the Conservative Party of Canada pledged to tackle human trafficking, creating the National Action Plan on June 6th, 2012. It assembled “Canada’s first integrated law enforcement team dedicated to combating human trafficking in Canada and abroad.”
The Trudeau government cancelled the plan in 2016.

Brother Of PM Alexandre Trudeau Opposes Accused Terrorist Deportation

“I urge you to use your position as minister to exempt Mohamed Harkat from deportation and let him stay and live a productive life in Canada,” Alexandre Trudeau wrote, adding: “Make this decision of yours another shining example of your government’s commitment to sunny ways.”