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    A migrant worker from Peru working in Ontario survives a horrific crash and is fighting to get back into Canada - April 14, 2014

    It was Juan Jose Ariza's first day on the job as a migrant worker from Peru in Ontario. 11 men would die in a horrific crash, he was sent home to recover. Now, he is fighting to return with his family, asking for compassion from the federal bureaucracy.

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