Category Archives: Immigration

Lawrence Solomon: Exodus from the Arab Spring

Egypt’s Arab Spring is leading to a mass exodus of its Coptic Christian community, with Canada a preferred destination – we’ve received about a sixth of the 100,000 who have fled Egypt in the past six months amid persecution by Islamic fundamentalists. Continue reading

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Toronto is still great and growing

(November 11, 2006) I weep for Toronto, as do many in Toronto. High taxes are driving head offices to Calgary, and back-office jobs to the suburbs. Our mayor is in the pockets of the unions, and corruption pockmarks city hall. Continue reading

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1 billion Americans

(April 21, 2006) “Living next to you,” Pierre Elliot Trudeau famously said in a speech to the National Press Club in the United States, “is like sleeping with an elephant; no matter how friendly and even-tempered is the beast, one is affected by every twitch and grunt.” Continue reading

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Immigration carrots and sticks

(March 23, 2006) Immigrant criminals and immigrant terrorists are giving immigrantion a bad name. Stephen Harper should live up to his law-and-order image and throw these miscreants out of the country. Continue reading

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Best immigration policy is the freest

(November 29, 2005) The pickier Canada gets about the immigrants we allow in, the worse that immigrants perform. Planners inside and outside government have an answer to that problem: They want to get pickier still! Continue reading

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