‘Guardian angels’: Canada won’t deport healthcare workers


Canada recently resumed deporting people who don’t have a legal right to remain in the country, but according to the federal government, no healthcare worker will be deported. “No person who is admissible under the asylum seeker regularization program will be deported. No guardian angel will be deported,” the Department of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship told Radio-Canada. On Monday, the Canada Border Service Agency warned that deportations will resume. It’s estimated that there are thousands of people whose refugee claims were rejected, and they could be deported from the country. Currently, there will not be deportations to 14 countries due to the situation there, including Haiti, Afghanistan, Mali, Libya, Syria, Iraq and the Democratic Republic of Congo.