Haiti : Immigration - About 500 march against Canada deportation of migrants to Haiti and Zimbabwe
As of Monday, some 3,500 people from Haiti and Zimbabwe who have been rejected as refugees lose all status in Canada... About 500 people marched Sunday afternoon in Montreal in support of people facing deportation to Haiti and Zimbabwe.
KREYOL: Haiti Immigration - Manifestation nan peyi Canada kont Deportation Haitiens san papye nan peyi a... Lwa ki te pemet immigran refije sa yo rete nan peyi a pran fen, ni pou moun ki soti Haiti, ni pou moun ki soti Zimbabwe... Donk, fok yo tounen nan peyi yo... Kisa ou panse de sa???
This protest march is held every year to demand an end to the deportations of tens of thousands of people who are refused refugee and immigration status in Canada.
Until now these people have been protected by a moratorium that prevented their return to their home countries, on humanitarian grounds. That moratorium was lifted by the federal government in December, and is just now set to take effect.
An estimated 500,000 people are believed to be living in Canada without official documentation.
Read the full story at MontrealGazette.com
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