Jason Kenney's discriminatory and unfair refugee rules lie in ruins - 2019-04-05

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F0.png Jason Kenney's discriminatory and unfair refugee rules lie in ruins April 5, 2019, Karl Nerenberg, rabble.ca

In his judgment, Justice Boswell makes frequent, and not very complimentary reference to Jason Kenney.

To cite one example, Justice Boswell quotes anthropologist Julianna Beaudoin, who studied Canadian media coverage of the Roma. In her research, Beaudoin showed how government officials tried to spread what Boswell calls the erroneous view that those who claim refugee status once they get to Canada are fraudulent queue jumpers.

Boswell relates, based on evidence Beaudouin provided, that "individuals have been contacted after reporting sympathetic stories about the Roma by various officials including then minister of citizenship and immigration, Jason Kenney." This was a case, Justice Boswell notes, of an attempt to "control the narrative and public information through intimidation."

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{{cite news | first = Karl | last = Nerenberg | title = Jason Kenney's discriminatory and unfair refugee rules lie in ruins | url = http://rabble.ca/news/2019/04/jason-kenneys-discriminatory-and-unfair-refugee-rules-lie-ruins | work = rabble.ca | date = April 5, 2019 | accessdate = September 25, 2019 }}