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Government Respects: Abdi and Court Judge

government respects: The Canada Border Services Agency detained Abdi who was never granted Canadian citizenship while growing up in foster care in Nova Scotia after he served about five years in prison for multiple offences, including aggravated assault, according to National Observer. Last week, Justice Ann Marie McDonald sent the matter back for redetermination'' by a different delegate of the public safety minister. The announcement comes days after a Federal Court judge set aside a decision to refer the case of Abdi to a deportation hearing, saying Ottawa did not take his charter rights into consideration. ; In a tweet on Tuesday evening, Goodale says the government respects the decision filed on July 13 by the Federal Court concerning Abdoul Abdi. Abdi, who was born in Saudi Arabia in 1993, lost his mother in a refugee camp when he was four and came to Canada with his sister and aunts two years later. He was moved between foster homes 31 times. He was taken into provincial care shortly after arriving in Canada. ( As reported in the news.