Mr. Speaker, every day more stories emerge about the Conservative government's heartless immigration practices.
First, a hard-working father and husband is being deported even though his Canadian wife is sponsoring him.
A gay man was deported last week to Malaysia, where he is likely to face torture and discrimination.
A disabled Canadian boy's family faces deportation to Uruguay, where he will not get the care and education he desperately needs.
Today we learn that an Israeli woman who suffered physical and mental abuse is being deported. As a result, her children will be cruelly separated from their mother and may be at risk.
Instead of focusing her energy to remove the almost 2,000 known criminals under deportation, the minister only seems to go after the most vulnerable.
This heartless Conservative government cannot be trusted. Why is the minister not intervening in clearly humanitarian cases and making Canada's immigration system fair for everyday families?