Upon further review, Jason Kenney does not entirely agree with Rob Ford

Now that the Toronto mayor has explained that he wasn’t quite talking about what the Immigration Minister apparently thought the Toronto mayor was talking about, the Immigration Minister has clarified both his views and the law.

“Obviously we can’t tell people which city they can and cannot live in,” Kenney said. “And if someone’s a Canadian citizen, and they’re convicted of a crime, there’s nothing we can do to deport them.”“If you’re a Canadian citizen, and you committed a crime, you spend your time in prison. Once you’re released, and you’re beyond parole, you get what’s called the mobility rights of the Charter of Rights. You get to choose where you’re gonna live. And whether we like it or not, that’s the situation,” he said.

A transcript of Mr. Kenney’s interview is here.




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Upon further review, Jason Kenney does not entirely agree with Rob Ford

  1. “Whence the Gulag?” sighed Mr. Kenney.

  2. Harper’s Canada – Hug a thug programs get 10 million, PhD’s get pogey! WTF??? Give the cops metal detectors, on the streets, do like a RIDE program, suddenly, and without warning – in may places at many different times, then sentence gun carrying creeps the max, and make sure the Judges understand – Canadians are fed up! Canadians are not Americans, and Canada will so be safe!

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