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OTTAWA—NDP immigration critic Jenny Kwan is accusing the Canada Revenue Agency of “going after refugees” after two Syrian refugee families in B.C. became the target of audits of their Canada Child Benefit payments.
The private group that sponsored both families raised concern about the way Firefighters in Marseille work with a rescue dog to locate people who might be trapped in debris of one of two collapsed buildings Monday. Officials feared some might be hurt. the tax agency dealt with these refugees, which led to one family having its benefits halted and being sent a bill for $27,000. Leona Etmanski of the refugee support committee at St. Philip’s Anglican
church in Victoria, says the refugees were asked to prove their children were living in Canada; the documentation they had to produce was difficult for them to gather. Etmanski says she believes the CRA should change its policies on how it deals with refugees. But she also wonders why both of the families her group has sponsored ended up with audits of their Canada Child Benefit payments.
Kwan asks why the CRA is targeting refugees and how this squares with the government’s stated plan to crack down on large-scale tax cheats. It’s not that hard to find the Infowars articles that Jewish groups worry about. A quick search of the site pulls up an article suggesting the U.S. government perpetrated the recent attack on the Pittsburgh synagogue as a false flag operation. (It’s the “latest move by the Deep State to sow civil unrest and effect [sic] the historic upcoming midterm election,” the site’s authors write.) There’s one calling Jewish philanthropist George Soros a “Nazi collaborator.”
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CNN had rejected the same ad, declaring it racist.
Fox pulled the ad Sunday. Fox did not immediately say how many times it aired on either Fox News Channel or the Fox Business Network.
The advertisement aired on NBC’s Sunday Night Football and MSNBC’s Morning Joe, and drew a heated online response.
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MP Jenny Kwan is raising concerns after the CRA audited two refugee families.