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WATCH: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau welcoming new immigrants to Canada despite COVID19

Darpan News Desk, 16 Oct, 2020
  • WATCH: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau welcoming new immigrants to Canada despite COVID19

WATCH: Canada Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino is pushing to bring in a record number of 351,000 new #PermanentResidents in 2021 - the most in a century. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is not wanting to scale back on immigration even with closed borders, and record unemployment due to Covid19.

Dr Bonnie Henry confirms BC has its first case of COVID19 linked syndrome in children.

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