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Immigration Minister Jason Kenney is in the eye of a storm over his role, or lack of a role, in Conrad Black’s return to Canada. Today’s topics: a Black divide; the Prime Minister’s place in issuing pardons; front-page treatment of Canada’s Olympians; a top banker’s view of competition in the financial services industry ... and more
Immigration Minister Jason Kenney is in the eye of a storm over his role, or lack of a role, in Conrad Black’s return to Canada. Today’s topics: a Black divide; the Prime Minister’s place in issuing pardons; front-page treatment of Canada’s Olympians; a top banker’s view of competition in the financial services industry ... and more
(Chris Young For The Globe and Mail)

Jason Kenney dishes on his surprise visit to Iraq

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The Canadian government advises against travel to much of Iraq, but that didn’t deter Immigration Minister Jason Kenney from making a surprise trip to Baghdad this week.