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An absurd measure (transcript)
Nichol, W. C.
This article is an editorial arguing that the Continuous Journey Law, enacted by the federal government, is ineffective in keeping --undesirable-- (those of Asian and South Asian decent) immigrants out while also having the effect of barring those immigrants deemed as --desirable,-- (those of European decent and a few --upper class-- Asians and South Asians). It also argues that the provincial Natal Act is much more in keeping with the --interests-- of the province and the more effective of the two.
Research project undertaken by the University of the Fraser Valley South Asian Studies Institute, formerly the Centre for Indo-Canadian Studies in 2015
Emigration and immigration law -- Canada
Federal and Provincial Relations -- Canada
British Columbia -- Emigration and immigration -- Social aspects