KINGSTON, ONT.—Canada has been good to refugees. I should know. My late parents were both political refugees, fleeing the Soviet and Nazi occupations that eviscerated Ukraine, before, during, and after the Second World War. Like millions of others, they found themselves in Western Europe at war’s end, their homeland no longer theirs. They could not return. They were known as DPs (Displaced Persons). They were fortunate because most Canadians welcomed DP immigration. If they had not I would
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