Does Canada's immigration laws discriminate against those with disabilities?

06/12/2011 | Canada.com

A South Korean family living in Canada under temporary residency status was spared deportation related to the high costs of treatment for their son's autism and epilepsy, which officials had said would be an "excessive burden" on special education and other government services. The case is still raising questions about whether Canada's immigration laws discriminate against individuals with disabilities.

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