Myanmar: the perfect opportunity for Canada to show up
By John GruetznerMay. 17, 2018
Canada already set a global example in accepting Syrians who can’t return home. Now it should take a hands-on role that actually returns Rohingya refugees home in a safe way.
The sprawling Kutupalong refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, as seen in November. As of that time, more than 623,000 mainly Rohingya people had arrived in the camp since Aug. 25, fleeing violence and religious persecution in Myanmar. U.K. Department for International Development photograph by Russell Watkins
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