Information Morning - NS | Mar 1, 2013 | 7:22

Colombian woman may be sent home

Estafania Cardona is caught up in a visa mix-up and could be sent home by Canadian Border Services sometime on Friday instead of spending five months learning about a Halifax business development centre called The Hub.

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