Why the Preclearance Act needs to be be significantly changed

Par Yves Faguy mai 18, 201718 mai 2017

 

 

Calgary lawyer Michael Greene from the CBA’s Immigration Law Section appeared this week before the House Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security to give recommendations on Bill C-23 on  the preclearance of persons and goods in Canada and the United States.  The submission is here, and CBA National reported on it last month. We caught up with Greene and asked him to explain why the CBA Sections do not support Bill C-23 in its current form.  He also shares his views on some of the challenges involved in changing the legislation.

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