Joe oliver

Calgary Sun - - COMMENT -

asked about their im­mi­gra­tion sta­tus. Not only that, city law en­force­ment agen­cies are or­dered not to co-op­er­ate with fed­eral and pro­vin­cial of­fi­cials re­gard­ing those un­doc­u­mented im­mi­grants.

In Fe­bru­ary of 2013, Toronto be­came Canada’s first sanc­tu­ary city. Oth­ers now in­clude Hamil­ton, Van­cou­ver, Lon­don and Montreal. Cal­gary, Ot­tawa, Regina, Saskatoon, and Win­nipeg are con­sid­er­ing join­ing the coali­tion of the self-right­eous. The in­spi­ra­tion was Amer­i­can, in­clud­ing the Demo­cratic bas­tions of New York, Los An­ge­les, San Fran­cisco, and Chicago, to­talling al­most three hun­dred.

Could they all have it wrong? Yes.

Sanc­tu­ary cities coun­te­nance un­law­ful be­hav­iour. Nor­mally, it would be in­de­fen­si­ble for the most ju­nior level of gov­ern­ment to refuse

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