Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016
Canada’s commonsensical solution to a historic refugee crisis after the Second World War proved beneficial to the displaced persons and to the countries that accepted them. There is nothing to say it could not work again.
On Nov. 20, 2015, Laurier’s birthday, a bronze bust and plaque inscribed with his enduring caveat will be unveiled in Ottawa at the Laurier House National Historic Site by his descendant, Louise Laurier.
No informed person denies Jews were the most immediate and principal victims of the Nazis. They were certainly not, however, the only ones.
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