Federal immigration lottery backfires

Canada’s new immigration lottery was supposed to ensure that the system for bringing parents and grandparents to Canada was transparent, fair and speedy. That’s not how it worked out. Read the full story in the National Observer.

Canada broke privacy rules

Canada broke its own privacy rules when it launched a program to share 1.2 million immigration files with the United States, United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand. Brenda McPhail, director of the privacy, technology and surveillance project of the Canadian Civil...