In 1971, the Canadian dollar was worth US$1.06. Twenty-five years of economy-building immigration later, Canada has one of the western world’s highest per capita debts, “about $23,000 for every man, woman and child. … Canada’s currency has depreciated 36% since 1971. One third of Canadians assets have been confiscated by Ottawa through devaluation. … Most Canadians don’t understand their personal net worth is being confiscated.” (Eric Margolis, Toronto Sun, July 16, 1998)
Canadians Are Getting Poorer
Remember all the government propaganda that immigration was going to make us rich: immigrants bring $money$ and create jobs? Do you still believe it? Do you sometimes get the nagging feeling that you’re actually growing poorer? It’s not just a feeling; it’s is a fact. “The median total income of Canadians was down slightly in 1996, according to tax returns filed this spring, if you account for inflation. At $19,000, it was up $100 from 1995, but a median total income of $19,200 would be needed to keep up with inflation.” (Globe and Mail, August 21, 1998) By province, the median income was $21,000 in Ontario, $20,000 in B.C., $17,500 in Quebec, and $14,000 in Newfoundland.
Hard to Digest — More From the Diversity Front
“A television network [Fuji] provoked protests from viewers after airing a gourmet food programme featuring stir-fried Bengal tiger, Cantonese-style. The endangered animal was served up to Japanese show-business stars at a restaurant in Shanghai.” (South China Morning Post, July 11, 1998) “Dog soup is considered a delicacy and a health food in South Korea, where it is called poshingtang. But the arrest of two men on charges of selling thousands of possibly diseased dog carcasses has left a bitter taste in the mouths of dog soup connoisseurs.
Newspapers reported yesterday that a man [surnamed Kim] in charge of a vaccine-testing laboratory has been accused of selling 860 dogs used in experiments to dog wholesalers since 1995. … Also arrested was Yu Myong-cho, a wholesaler accused of selling 4,800 tainted dogs to restaurants since late 1993. The reports said some of the dogs were afflicted with serious diseases.” (South China Morning Post, August 6, 1998) “Besides illegal drugs and guns, officials at Manila’s international airport have to watch out for smuggled eggs. … Men returning to jobs in the Middle East often hide game-fowl eggs in their hand luggage or coat pockets, while the balut – a duck egg boiled with a two-week-old embryo inside – is a delicacy which Filipinos often give to compatriots in Japan.” (South China Morning Post, August 8, 1998)
Would Race-based Immigration Work Here?
Immigration (so good for us!) does not necessarily translate into Hebrew: “Israel’s internal security agency, Shin Beth, labelled foreign workers ‘a time bomb’ that threatens the country’s security. … A decision to send 250 Ethiopian Jews [Falasha] to Israeli settlements in the West Bank in April continues to draw fire from critics who say the government is using the newcomers as pawns in its land battle with the Palestinians. The Israeli government counters that the settlements were the only communities willing to take the new arrivals, an indication that there may be limits to Israel’s policy of welcoming a Jewish immigrants. … Orthodox Jews are in charge of the Interior Ministry, which regulates immigration and citizenship, and there have been complaints that the Interior Ministry is making it difficult for non-Orthodox to immigrate. … The Knesset Immigration and Absorption Committee discussed the case of a family that was asked to undergo DNA testing to prove that they were eligible for immigration under the Law of Return [Aliyah]. Religious representatives said DNA tests are legitimate to prove family ties.” (Migration News, September 1998, Vol. 5, No. 9)
Is Race-based Citizenship a Good Idea For Us Too?
“More than 500 people protested in Canada last night against the abuse of ethnic Chinese in Indonesia. … [According to] Lee Chao-ming, a mathematician who emigrated to Canada … ‘In Indonesia … I have to prove again and again, to show a piece of paper that I have ‘changed my citizenship’. But I was born in Indonesia. How can I have any other citizenship?'” (South China Morning Post, August 18, 1998) “By far the bulk of Indonesian Chinese are now Indonesian nationals. In diplomatic terms their plight is ultimately ‘Jakarta’s internal affair’.” (South China Morning Post, August 24, 1998) “Celestine Flores, 28, has lived in Hong Kong all her life. Her father, a Filipino, came here [Hong Kong] when he was three. … She grew up learning Cantonese and English and does not speak a work of Tagalog or Portuguese. … ‘Now [the British Consulate] says I am Filipino.'” (South China Morning Post, August 12, 1998) The British Consulate? Why wouldn’t Ms. Flores seek a passport where she was born and has spent her life? Because as an ethnic Filipina, she knows better. In the Special Administrative Region (what we call Hong Kong) citizenship is reserved for ethnic Chinese only. Why the deafening silence when Tung Chee-hwa, Hong Kong’s “Chief Executive can tell the US president that ‘We are all Chinese’? The statement ignored the many minority people who were born here, speak the language and have worked here all their lives. They are permanent residents, but are not eligible for SAR passports because they are not ethnically Chinese. The Basic Law bans such locals from top government posts. … The Basic Law’s nationality provisions are not generous, but here to stay.” (South China Morning Post, July 29, 1998) Funny — we heard nothing of this during the handover as Canada put the finishing touches on our generous immigration arrangements. “More than one in four applicants for British passports under a scheme to ensure Indians and Pakistanis were not left stateless after the handover have been rejected. … As non-Chinese, they were not eligible for Chinese citizenship and the new SAR passport. (South China Morning Post, August 12, 1998) And yet, “Hong Kong does not have the ‘historical background’ for laws against racial discrimination, says Acting Secretary for Home Affairs, Peter Lo Yat-fai. …
The United States and European countries had such legislation for historical reasons, which were not shared by Hong Kong.” (South China Morning Post, July 28, 1998) Despite demonstrations in Vancouver and Toronto, recent events in Indonesia are not Canada’s problem; as we have seen, under the provisions of race-based citizenship laws, ethnic Chinese in Indonesia and elsewhere are free to return to China and her possessions, although “Beijing has been reluctant to accept Indonesian Chinese, as its intake of thousands during the massacres of 1966 and 1967 had hurt relations with Jakarta for years.” (South China Morning Post, August 31, 1998) Chinese returning to Hong Kong “holding overseas passports have virtually given up declaring foreign nationality. Only 283 people have registered this year with the Immigration Department as part of the process which involves cancelling their Chinese nationality in favour of their adopted home. … Canada, Australia and the United States told their passport holders with Chinese backgrounds that by registering they could avoid being labelled as Chinese citizens. … The low turnout comes despite a reported increase in migrants returning to Hong Kong in search of jobs, cheaper housing and better money-making opportunities. … Migrants in Hong Kong with foreign passports can declare their foreign citizenship or do nothing. Residents of Chinese descent will be regarded as Chinese citizens, without the right of consular protection, unless they make the declaration.” (South China Morning Post, August 17, 1998) Wouldn’t it be nice if Canadians could “go home” and recognize the old neighbourhood too! No doubt some of this eagerness to forfeit Canadian citizenship is driven by an October 1996 decision; in which Ottawa “stealthily slapped a whopping new departure tax on any resident who leaves foundering Canada. Heedless of democratic procedure or legal decency, Big Brother in Ottawa made the tax retroactive to 1994. Most Canadians have never heard of this outrageous tax.
Any resident of Canada who leaves must pay or post bond worth 40% of the capital gains on world-wide assets. … In effect, Canada is trying to lock in productive people so that they cannot escape to lower tax zones. … Locking passengers of a sinking ship in their cabins is not the answer…. No sensible person is going to move to or invest in Canada. Canada will continue to attract many non-productive, unskilled immigrants lured by lavish social programs.” (Eric Margolis, Toronto Sun, July 23, 1998)
Citizenship Judge — Not a Bad Job, If You Have Pull
They “are appointed by the government of the day to one-year terms. … Some citizenship judges have gone on to become consultants who prepare citizenship applications for immigrants. One of these former judges has been charged in Ontario with forgery, uttering forged docu- ments and misrepresentation. … In 1994, the Liberal government announced that the citizenship-judge system, long seen as a source of patronage, would be abolished. … Judges would come from the ranks of [a more elite patronage crowd] the Order of Canada. … Full-time judges … who are not legal judges and have no special qualifications … are paid $54,500 to $75,900 a year. Part-time judges are paid $345 a day. … Citizenship judges …. are [despite all this] supposed to be independent of the government. … [In a de facto admission that its policies are purpose-built for exploitation,] The federal government has started to go to court to overturn decisions by politically appointed judges granting citizenship to immigrants — many from Hong Kong — who have spent very little time living in Canada. … Five of these cases have been heard, four being decided in the government’s favour. … The Citizenship Act says that an immigrant must spend at least three years (1,095 days) out of four within Canada to qualify. … Citizenship Registrar Norman Sabourin said the purpose of the residence requirement is to make sure prospective citizens learn about Canadian society, its values and laws, ‘in a sense to become Canadianized’. ‘In order to be objective about it, we adopted a rule that if a person has spent more time outside Canada than inside Canada, then the file should be referred to headquarters for a possible appeal.” (Globe and Mail, August 4, 1998) Here we see rabid bureaucracy vainly attempting to devour its own tail. The very department that not only permitted these people to enter, but conferred rights of citizenship, must now fight tooth and claw before the courts to remove them. Why? Because actually living here (as opposed to simply acquiring alternative ID) is deemed a hardship. They haven’t been properly “Canadianized”? Isn’t that contrary to the big-hearted multicultural spirit of sloppy seconds? This falls just short of anything like a real solution to a system that remains laughably exploitable – expensive – and perpetually hostile to our best interests.
What About Our Own?
Making a change from the standard “oh, the sacrifices” fare, a recent story in the New York Times rhapsodized over the new immigrant, busily commuting between the U.S. and Nicaragua or China or Nigeria, and the importance the new immigrant places on maintaining strong family ties. Were your parents or great-great-great grandparents ever able to return to Europe? When the European shore receded from sight — it was almost always for life. That complete severance with the old country meant just as complete a commitment to the new one. Nevertheless, not a single day passes but that we hear about some courageous family in Asia or Africa trying to beat the odds against grinding poverty and despair. What do the statistics suggest? “The Hungarian suicide rate has fallen to the sixth highest in the world, after years of being the highest. It is exceeded by Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Russia and Sri Lanka.” (Globe and Mail, August 14, 1998)
But, If WE Say It We’re “Racist”
“A union leader yesterday urged the imposition of tough restrictions on the hiring of expatriates. Lee Cheuk-yan, legislator-elect and general secretary of the Confederation of Trade Unions, said expatriates took away jobs from professionals left unemployed by the economic downturn. ‘We should stop importing so many foreigners, especially those who are not so skilled,’ Mr Lee said. ‘Some come to Hong Kong to travel but they find jobs just because they can speak English, not because they have special skills.’ He believed expatriates were hired mainly because of an ‘old boy network’.” However, unlike Canada, in Hong Kong, “an Immigration Department spokesman said legislation was already in place to give locals priority. Last year, the number of employment visas issued to expatriates rose 37.4 per cent from 1996 to an all-time high of 56,092.” (South China Morning Post, June 17, 1998)
Race Doesn’t Matter, They Say
One Man’s Milk Is Another Man’s Poison
No wonder the corporate world wants even more immigration! Sales of soy and rice derived beverages have soared, from “$3.4-million in 1995, $5.9-million in 1996, and $9.8-million in 1997”. (Globe and Mail, July 15, 1998) You’ve probably noticed the ads for this kind of lactose-free product (now fortified with calcium!) and thought “What the heck is that supposed to be when it’s at home?” “As children, we all produce an enzyme called lactase, which we need to break down the sugar lactose in our mother’s milk. In many of us, however, the lactase gene slows down dramatically as we approach adolescence — probably as the result of another gene that regulates its activity. When that regulating gene turns down the production of lactase, we can no longer digest milk. Lactose intolerance — which causes intestinal gas and diarrhoea — affects between 70 and 90 per cent of African Americans, Native Americans, Asians, and people who come from around the Mediterranean. But others, such as people of central and western European descent … typically have no problem drinking milk as adults.” (Discover Magazine, February, 1998)
Was Darwin Right?
In Descent of Man, Charles Darwin says that although “man” undoubtedly belongs to a single species, (dissimilar members can breed and produce fertile offspring) there are irreconcilable differences between the races, which he proceeds to catalogue in rather lurid detail. Of compassion he says: “with all animals, sympathy is directed solely toward members of the same community, and therefore toward known and more or less beloved members, but not to all the individuals of the same species.” Sorry Charlie, science is “out” — forcibly supplanted by an unproven, albeit immensely trendy, colour-blind liberalism. Now that most of us have been browbeaten into mouthing the tenets of “our” new religion, the journal Psychophysiology has published results of a study which suggest that (surprise) the truth is far less simplistic. “People may believe they are racially colour-blind but their heart rate tells a different story. … Psychologists found that the heart rate of white men increased when a black man entered the room, and stayed up until he left. The increase was almost ten beats a minute – a ‘really large change’, Scott Vrana, of Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, says. With David Rollock, he carried out a series of experiments on student volunteers of both sexes, half of them black and half white. The volunteers, who were unaware of the purpose of the experiment, were left alone in a room after being hooked up to equipment monitoring heart rate, perspiration, and facial movements. During the experiment, another person of the same sex would enter the room, smile at the volunteer, introduce himself or herself, and proceed to take the volunteer’s pulse. The person would explain that he or she was doing this to make sure that the equipment was functioning properly. When any stranger entered the room, heart rate went up, but the increase was much greater if the person belonged to another race. The only exception to this rule was that black men entering the room caused hearts to race in both white and black men.” (London Times, August 7, 1998)
Why Can’t Our Immigration Officials Protest Health?
“The Thai Ministry of Public Health announced that illegal immigrants suffering from any of following seven diseases would be deported: tuberculosis, leprosy, elephantiasis, syphilis, drug addiction, alcoholism and mental illness or retardation. Although there is no mandatory testing for HIV — mandatory HIV testing is considered a violation of human rights — authorities test almost all apprehended illegal immigrants. To reduce the strain on Thai health facilities, employers of foreign workers will have to provide each worker with a 500-baht credit card that can be used to obtain medical services.” (Migration News, September 1998, Vol. 5, No. 9)
Are Stress Guilt Making You Sick?
“During the past decade, far more Canadians moved out of Canada’s biggest city than moved into it .” (Globe and Mail, April 15, 1998) The process of rendering a territory unliveable, Canada’s “enrichment”, is identified as “ethnic cleansing” elsewhere. As our society gets multiculted, hope and optimism give way to tremendous, unrelenting stress – and that just happens to weaken the immune system. “Thoughts and feelings can affect the immune system. … For years, research has shown that optimists weather coronary-bypass surgery better and live longer with HIV. Now a new study suggests that positive thoughts are also good for healthy people. … [Shelley Taylor, a psychology professor at the University of California at Los Angeles, says] ‘Some immediate social factors can give you a sense of optimism about your situation, like whether there are things in your environment that give you a sense of hope.'” (Globe and Mail, July 27, 1998) The only “sense of hope” likely to be encountered in Canada these days resides in the minority and special interest communities (as birth rates attest). Very few Canadians set out to become a despised underclass in their own country. As we get our daily scolding for being insensitive, racist, anti-Semitic, Euro-centric, ad nauseam, the guilt sets in. Like stress, “Guilt not only makes you miserable — it can also be bad for your health. … Studies have found that if you shift a person’s mood positively then there are measurable effects on the immune function. Similarly if you shift their mood downward negatively this tends to have adverse effects in immune function.” (Reuters, March 29, 1998) Given the current climate of privilege in Canada; who is likely to experience positive mood shifts, and who negative?
Sharing More Than a Meal
In Hong Kong, “Bacteria that usually strike middle-aged people, causing stomach ulcers and even cancer, have been found in children as young as six. … About 200 students at one secondary school were found to carry the bacteria.. In 1994, Helicobacter pylori was found to be the main cause of stomach ulcers. The findings cast doubt on previous assumptions that ulcers were caused by stress or poor diet. But doctors are not clear on how the bacteria are transmitted. It has been suggested the use of chopsticks in communal meals helps spread the bacteria. … More than 10 per cent of the students carried the bacteria.” (South China Morning Post, July 8, 1998) More than a third of the world population has been infected with hepatitis B. “It is unlikely that the UK differs statistically from the rest of Europe. Figures from unselective screening of pregnant women in the West Midlands, for example, revealed that while carriers were uncommon among Caucasian women. prevalence among women attending antenatal clinics from the Indian sub-continent was one in 100, one in 140 among Afro-Caribbeans and one in 14 among Chinese women (Southeast Asia and the Far East).” (A.J. Zuckerman, Principal and Dean, Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine, London Times, July 29, 1998) “Authorities in the Indian capital New Delhi have deployed about 100 barbers to trim people’s nails as part of a drive to improve hygiene and ward off disease. … One official said that though nail clipping may not go a long way towards curbing disease, it was being encouraged to instil general hygiene. … In another initiative in Bharat Vihar, a suburb where nine children died after drinking contaminated water recently, the municipality has purchased 10 nail clippers. They are kept at local health centres for the use of residents.” (South China Morning Post, August 22, 1998)
Canadian Citizenship: Wholesale Price — $1.00
The RCMP “want to know how a genuine, blank Canadian diplomatic passport came to be in the Montreal apartment of a non-diplomat. … because holders are spared the usual customs and immigration inspections at border points. … The passport was among hundreds of items seized last April from … a Canadian citizen who came to this country in 1988 as a refugee from Sri Lanka. … RCMP investigators received calls in early April from customs and immigration agents saying … that 10,000 to 15,000 counterfeit citizenship cards were being shipped from Montreal to Toronto in a 14-passenger van that regularly shuttles between the two cities. It also said that the Sri Lankan émigré had paid $14,000 for the cards. … In 1997 Mountie investigators seized 597 fraudulent travel documents in cases under the citizenship or immigration acts, but not the Criminal Code. In other words, those cases relate only to people who try to enter Canada or stay illegally, not those who use such documents to commit criminal acts, such as fraud, after getting in. … [for instance] In May, Toronto police said a gang of West African nationals stole company cheques that were then forged and negotiated throughout Canada. Police said the fraud, which involved the use of phoney Canadian citizenship documents amounted to $23-million. …. RCMP investigators last year opened 922 files in people-smuggling cases. Many of those would involve document fraud. … RCMP Sergeant William MacDonald, of the Ottawa headquarters’ immigration and federal branch, said … ‘I don’t know if the Canadian public realize the level of the crime involved.'” (Globe and Mail, July 13, 1998) Sure we do! We’re just not allowed to say anything!
Why Wasn’t Jamaican Coke Dealer Deported?
Here’s a question to ask your MP: Why wasn’t convicted drug peddler Noel Sale deported long ago? The North Shore News (May 27, 1998) reports: “A botched attempt to import cocaine in a truck loaded with equipment belonging to singer Sarah McLachlan has landed two North Vancouver men in prison. Noel Sale, 50, and Paul Searle, 41, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to traffic and import cocaine and received 10 and five year in prison respectively at a sentencing hearing in B.C. Supreme Court [May 25]. the Vancouver RCMP investigation that netted the duo also resulted in the seizure of 24 kg [52.8 lb.] of cocaine worth an estimated $480,000. Sale, a Jamaican native, was already on parole after being convicted in 1990 of racketeering and importing marijuana from Florida. Two years into a 12-year sentence, sale, who was a Canadian landed immigrant, was transferred to a Canadian jail. He was granted parole after serving one third of his sentence.” Who approved his parole?: What were the conditions? Why was supervising Sale?
Suck’s Luck Runs
Out Remember Suck? (July/August Immigration Hotline #105) “Canada and U.S. police are probing a Toronto man accused of smuggling aliens after a collection of home-shot pornographic pictures of Asian women was found in a home. … Police suspect the women were forced to pose when they arrived in Toronto for their illegal trek to the U.S. … Suck Ho Han, 42, of Queen St. E., is being held in a Plattsburg jail. He is charged with two counts of smuggling aliens, illegal entry into the U.S. and assaulting a federal officer. … U.S. border agents said the man is suspected of smuggling more than 100 South Koreans into the U.S. for about $40,000 a head. Police allege the man would meet the aliens when they arrived at Pearson Airport and take them to a network of safe houses near the border.” (Toronto Sun, August 24, 1998) Once again — sigh — why is sneaking into Canada the easy part?
Jamaicans Cry ‘Discrimination’
“They may commit the crime, but some groups just don’t want to do the time. A federal law that makes it easier to deport immigrants considered a danger to the public appears to be targeting Jamaicans more than anyone else, new research indicates. Under the law, 355 people have been deported from Ontario since July, 1995, when it took effect, until the beginning of this year. Of those, the largest number by far — 138 — have been Jamaicans, the research shows. The next largest group by country of origin is far down the list — 22 people deported to Trinidad. Next were 18 to Guyana and 17 each to England and Portugal, according to statistics from the citizenship and immigration department’s enforcement unit, set out at a recent conference The information, however, was obtained for a research paper presented at the American Bar Association meeting in Toronto earlier this month. Toronto [Black] lawyer Julian Falconer, one of the paper’s co-authors, says the statistics show the law is targeting a specific racial group. The law was a response to the high-profile 1994 slayings of Georgina (Vivi) Leimonis, who was shot in Just Desserts cafe on Davenport Rd., and Metro police Constable Todd Baylis, shot at a Trethewey Dr. apartment complex. Oneil Grant, 22, a Jamaican who had been ordered deported but was granted a stay pending appeal, was one of four men arrested in the Leimonis slaying. Clinton Gayle, 25, who was ordered deported to Jamaica in 1991 and remained in Canada after losing his appeal, was convicted in 1996 of first-degree murder in Baylis’ death. The law allows the government to deport a non-Canadian convicted of a crime for which a penalty of 10 years or more is available, if the person is also considered dangerous. It also removes rights of appeal to the Immigration Appeal Board. The law can apply to landed immigrants, including those who arrived in Canada as children and spent their formative years here. Huguette Shouldice, an immigration department spokesperson, said the law is applied equally to everyone and race is not a factor. If one group is overly represented, it is likely because they are either committing crimes or in jail in greater numbers.” (Toronto Star, August 19, 1998) Indeed!
Lesbian Whore Nixed as “Refugee”
Here’s one we actually turned down! “A lesbian love slave who performed sex for room and board in her native Ecuador has failed in her bid for refugee status in Canada. The 22-year-old Toronto woman was turned down last week by the immigration and refugee board, defence lawyer George Kubes said. The woman didn’t want her identity disclosed, fearing repercussions if she’s sent home. … The decision will [naturally] be appealed.” (Toronto Sun, August 5, 1998) Readers may recognize the Gypsy lawyer — “George Kubes, has been accused of stimulating the flow of Czech Romanies to Canada by producing and distributing films saying that Canada is eager for them to immigrate. Kubes represents about 400 Romanies applying for asylum in Canada.” (Migration News, May 1998, Vol. 5, No, 5) The Law Society of Upper Canada finds nothing exceptional in the arrangement.
Chinese Snakeheads and Illegals Nabbed
“Fifteen Chinese nationals and two smugglers have been jailed in the U.S. for trying to sneak across the border 12 hours after arriving at Pearson Airport. The 11 men and six women were nabbed early yesterday packed inside two vans which entered Fort Covington, N.Y., through the Akwesasne Indian Reserve. … [U.S. Border Patrol officer Ed] Duda said the Chinese nationals are usually picked up after arriving at Pearson and taken to safehouses near the U.S. border, where they’re coached on what to say if they’re caught.” (Toronto Sun, August 21, 1998) Note that sneaking into Canada is not a problem.
All Dressed Up and Nowhere to Go But Canada
“A transvestite being turfed back to Mexico has been ordered to undergo psychiatric tests after he showed up for deportation in a dress, blouse and lipstick — and then claimed he’d be murdered if he returned home in women’s clothes. Immigration workers said the man was slated to have been deported Monday night. The Mexican government doesn’t condone transvestites, who are mistreated by people in that country, officers said. Immigration staff fear the man will file a refugee claim based on persecution. They said the man, who lived in Toronto, has been in custody at a Malton detention centre for immigration violations. He was slated to return home without an immigration escort. Immigration spokesman Sue Dobrin confirmed there was an incident Monday night involving a Mexican man, but refused to discuss the case. Mexican transsexuals have slipped into Canada in the past to obtain sex-change operations.” Once again, Canada seems set to become the sucker state. (The Toronto Sun, August 19, 1998)
Good for the Economy!
“$7 Billion: the estimated income organized crime obtains from helping around 6 million people a year to illegally reach foreign countries.” (Time, August 17, 1998)
Vancouver Immigrant Investor Scam Unmasked
“In Vancouver, authorities charged that Toby Manufacturing offered Taiwanese investors shares in an investment fund for C$250,000 each, but then repaid the Taiwanese C$170,000 each as soon as they got their immigrant visas. Toby kept the remaining C$80,000 as its fees, and never created any additional jobs. The visas issued in exchange for Toby investments are being reviewed and may be revoked.” (Migration News, September 1998, Vol. 5, No. 9)
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