COVID-19 and Immigration Uncertainty

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

The COVID-19 pandemic presents a unique set of challenges for migrant workers, non-status individuals, and other vulnerable groups in Canada. The Agenda looks at this issue with Francisco Rico-Martinez, co-director, FCJ Refugee Centre; and Dr. Rupaleem Bhuyan, a University of Toronto social work associate professor and a member of the Rights of Non-Status Women Network.
COVID-19 and Immigration; The Plight of Poorer Countries
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