Ukrainian immigration plan raises questions about differential treatment of refugees
Academic experts on migration and refugees say they hope to see the government introduce a refugee resettlement program for Ukrainian refugees soon.
Immigration Minister Sean Fraser announced a new stream of immigration for Ukrainians seeking to flee war and come to Canada that will allow them to stay in the country for up to two years with work or study permits. It does not waive visa requirements for Ukrainians, as critics have been urging the government to do this week. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade