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Tenured Professor: Health Conditions and Canadian Values

tenured professor: Most of those impacted by the policy have been economic immigrants already working and creating jobs in Canada, but whose children or spouses may have a disability, Hussen said, according to CTV. The current provisions on medical inadmissibility are over 40 years old and are clearly not in line with Canadian values or our government's vision of inclusion. The government will no longer be allowed to reject permanent resident applications from those with serious health conditions or disabilities. He cited the case of a tenured professor at York University who was denied permanent residence because his son had Down syndrome and another case of a family that came to Canada and started a business, but were rejected because of a child with epilepsy. These newcomers have the ability to help grow our economy and enrich our social fabric. These newcomers can contribute and are not a burden to Canada, the minister said. ( As reported in the news.