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Immigration Minister Jason Kenney is seeking a controversial new power in a bill before Parliament, which would give the immigration minister broad authority to refuse someone entry to Canada if the minister is “of the opinion that it is justified by public-policy considerations.”Chris Young/The Globe and Mail

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