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Birth Tourists

Birth Tourism is a practise where foreign nationals intentionally travel to Canada to give birth so their child has Canadian citizenship and all the perks that come along with that status. Canada's Immigration Minister Jason Kenney wants to prevent that from happening. Donald Galloway is a professor of law at the University of Victoria and a former member of the Refugee Division of the Immigration and Refugee Board.


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