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Recent polls show that 60% of Canadians are willing to bring our immigration policies in line with those of the United States in the wake of the September 11th terrorist attacks. What will that actually mean for Canadians and for those wanting to come to Canada? We'll tackle these questions and answer your calls on immigration. Our guest is David Garson of Guberman, Garson Law Firm. In TVOntario's new program, Planet Parent, the Dempsey-Davies family has chronicled the ups and downs of adding twin boys to their home. In this third and final installment of Video Diary, we hear from big sister Charlotte, who details the changes from a three-year-old's perspective. This show includes a clip from Planet Parent. Show is phone-in based, and viewers can also participate via e-mail.
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