Why may we "see permanent residents denied re-entry to Canada"? PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 13 February 2017 17:11
Why may we "see permanent residents denied re-entry to Canada"?

For Immediate Release - February 13, 2017

Niagara Falls  - PC Party interim leader former MP Joe Hueglin raises the following question regarding proposed passage of Bill C23,
House Government Bill - Bill C-23 - First Reading (42-1):

An Act respecting the preclearance of persons and goods in Canada and the United States

"The CBC article '"Bill C-23 'Pre-clearance bill would give U.S. border agents in Canada new powers" includes these as positions Canadians can be placed in through by passage of the Bill when speaking with a United States Border agent '"Under the new proposed bill, they wouldn't be able to walk out. They can be held and forced to answer questions, first to identify themselves, which is not so offensive, but secondly, to explain the reasons for leaving, and to explain their reasons for wanting to withdraw," http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/pre-clearance-border-canada-us-1.3976123

Satisfactory answers to the following s question must be obtained by the Media in their role of acting for the public in relation to actions and proposed actions of governments "In what manner would there be benefit to Canadian citizens through the passage of this law enabling agents of a foreign government to prevent them from choosing to end a conversation and remain in Canada?" '
For more information contact:
Joe Hueglin,
Interim Leader Progressive Canadian Party
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(905) 356-3901
Last Updated on Monday, 13 February 2017 17:15