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Something went wrong when Mohammed and his fellow cops raided a terrorist hideout near Tunisia’s border with Algeria last September. It’s not that there was a dangerous firefight, or booby-traps, or that their targets escaped. 1,154 more words
In the last blog I detailed my first day in Morocco, a brief exploration of the beach side town of Essaouira. I was only in Morocco for 3 nights, so although I was only just getting my bearings in Essaouira, I soon found myself rushing off to Marrakesh. 1,252 more words
Public consultations on the reform of Bill 77, Quebec’s Immigration Act, made waves last week. No surprise, the big issue was language.
Quebec is seeking to modernize its immigration process in a way that matches the province’s need for labour, rather than relying on the current “first come, first served” model, with its bureaucratic tangles. 593 more words