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Toronto health-care worker denied residency, could be deported because she had a baby

Toronto senior being deported after more than 20 years in Canada — ‘I belong here’ Saka and her husband are failed asylum seekers. They came to Canada in October 2017 after they say their lives were threatened by gunmen in Nigeria.

These claims were later dismissed.After they arrived in Canada, Saka went back to school to become a personal support worker and has spent more than 2,000 hours caring for sick and elderly patients in Ontario since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Most of this work occurred during the deadly third and fourth waves of the virus.She applied for permanent residency in Canada through a special program set up by former Liberal immigration minister Marco Mendicino.

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Toronto senior being deported after more than 20 years in Canada — ‘I belong here’ Saka and her husband are failed asylum seekers. They came to Canada in October 2017 after they say their lives were threatened by gunmen in Nigeria.
During Tuesday’s session of question period in the House of Commons, Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino was asked about what Canadians without smartphones, unable to use the ArriveCAN app upon travelling back into the country, could do rather than quarantine in a hotel for 14 days amid the spread of the Omicron variant of the COVID-19 virus.

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