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Smiling Partners

Canadian American Common Law Status

Two weeks after border officers forced Canadian Stephen Barkey and American Cathy Kolsch to separate at the Canada-U.S. border, the couple has reunited. “We can’t stop smiling and just looking at each other,” said Kolsch, 61. She’s currently quarantining with Barkey, 65, in their recreational vehicle (RV), which is parked at a friend’s farm in Grenfell, Sask., located about

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Immigration in the Age of COVID-19

Author/ Joel Sandaluk For the past several weeks, the COVID-19 global pandemic has left the world reeling. Ordinarily reliable government institutions and agencies have had a very difficult time adjusting to the disruption caused by the pandemic. For many individuals and businesses, this disruption has been disastrous. Global travel has been limited, productivity has been

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Morning Broadcast Border Troops

Here is why the U.S. dropped the idea to place troops at the border

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Asylum Seekers Declined

CTV: Canada United States Border Closed

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Harry Megan Smiling

Prince Harry Duchess Meghan Canadian Citizenship

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan‘s decision to step down from their senior royal roles and the news that they’ll spend a “period of transition” in Canada and the UK has prompted a number of burning questions, including… can they just move to Canada? Can they work here? Can they obtain citizenship? While nothing has been officially announced, there are a number

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Fingerprinting Station Border

‘Disturbing:’ DNA collection at border expected to be the new normal

A pilot project at the U.S. border that involves the collection of DNA from detainees will likely be a reality in the future, according to one expert. Earlier this week, the U.S. government announced that for 90 days, it would collect DNA samples from people in immigration custody at two border crossings – Detroit’s Ambassador

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