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Candidate Wai: Effect June and Families

candidate wai: We have no desire to be associated with separating families, or worse, to profit from it, American said in a statement, according to Vancouver Courier. United then issued a statement in which CEO Oscar Munoz said the company's purpose is to connect people. Facing growing opposition to his administration's recent policy of separating migrant families, President Donald Trump signed an order later in the day to keep families together at the nation's southern border.article continues below Trending Stories Mayoral candidate Wai Young promises to scrap bike lanes in Vancouver Minimum wage increases go into effect June 1 across B.C. City orders closure of Regent Hotel in Downtown Eastside Hundreds gather in Vancouver to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day The issue had galvanized flight attendants, some of whom took to social media to post accounts of seeing young passengers whom they believed to be migrants separated from their parents. This policy and its impact on thousands of children is in deep conflict with that mission and we want no part of it, he said. Despite being provided facts on this issue, these airlines clearly do not understand our immigration laws, the spokesman, Tyler Houlton, said in a statement. Southwest, Frontier and Alaska also criticized the policy and asked not to be involved in transporting separated children.A spokesman for the Homeland Security Department criticized the airlines in strong terms, accusing them of no longer wanting to help the agency protect the travelling public and reunite unaccompanied illegal immigrant children with their families. ( As reported in the news.