Category Archives: Refugees

WARMINGTON: Facts don’t seem to matter in North York hotel fire story

There are still more questions than answers when it comes to the investigation into a suspected arson fire at a North York hotel two weeks ago.

But one thing Toronto Police want to make clear about investigation into the Oct. 2 fire on the third floor at the Radisson Hotel Toronto East at Victoria Park Ave. and Hwy. 401 is there is no evidence it was an attack on refugees staying there — a notion some have irresponsibly been floating and reporting.

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Good Intentions, a Little Girl’s Murder and the Refugee Road to Hell

St. Andrew’s-Wesley United Church is, in its own words, an “affirming church” with “diverse” members and a “progressive” faith. The Vancouver church is also very focused on bringing refugees to Canada.

Despite being in Canada, when Trump won the election, Pastor Dan Chambers compared it to 9/11. In another post, quoting Yoda, he claimed that Americans are “fueled” by “fear of Muslims”.

But it isn’t Americans, or Caucasians, the targets of Chambers’ rant who are protesting these days. It’s the Asian immigrants protesting the murder of one of the daughters of their community by one of Pastor Dan’s Syrian refugees.

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‘Do Not Bring Your Kids or Wife:’ Guests Irked as Toronto Hotels Turned Into Refugee Shelters

“This place is an absolute zoo,” said one review on TripAdvisor. “Was shocked and horrified at the nightmare situation when we arrived in the lobby. Huge crowds of people, children spitting, yelling, jumping on top of each other, and to make things worse, one of them stole my phone and I had to chase them to get them to return it.”

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Refugees in Germany demand everything, contribute nothing

Asylum, thought of as a temporary tool to ensure the safety of people until a threat is no longer prevalent, is no longer what it used to be. Simply being safe, fed and having a roof provided over your head isn’t enough anymore. Refugees are making many demands and claims, which are hardly reasonable if not laughable to a sane person.

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Ahmed Hussen, federal immigration minister, criticizes Ontario Tories’ language on asylum seekers

 

Ahmed Hussen, the federal minister of immigration, refugees and citizenship, told a news conference today in Halifax that he’s “very concerned” by the comments made by Ford and Lisa MacLeod, the provincial cabinet minister responsible for immigration.

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