Category Archives: Immigration and Refugee Law

The Niqab, the Oath of Citizenship, and the Blurry Line between Law and Policy

By: Shaun Fluker PDF Version: The Niqab, the Oath of Citizenship, and the Blurry Line between Law and Policy Case Commented On: Canada (Citizenship and Immigration) v Ishaq, 2015 FCA 194 Canada (Citizenship and Immigration) v Ishaq involves a challenge … Continue reading

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Intersection Between Different Legal Areas

PDF version: Intersection Between Different Legal Areas Case commented on: Basha v Lofca, 2013 ABQB 159. Introduction It is quite common for certain legal areas to intersect with others in cases that come before the courts. In the recent Alberta … Continue reading

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Canada’s Temporary Immigration System

Report considered: Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration, Temporary Foreign Workers and Non-Status Workers (May 2009) PDF version: Canada’s Temporary Immigration System “If a person is good enough to work here, a person is good enough to stay here.” This … Continue reading

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