bob rae: There's a significant opportunity for Canada to have a role, provided we're prepared to meet our own obligations, which is something the government is very committed to doing, he said on Monday, according to CTV. Rae visited the Rohingya refugee camps last fall and released a report about the situation in April. Bob Rae told CTV News Channel that the Canadian government will need to talk with other countries about what steps they can take in ending the year-long crisis. The report called on the Canadian government to welcome Rohingya refugees and enforce sanctions on the Myanmar government. Canada has publicly condemned the violence and has committed 300 million over the next three years to help the refugees. There were very serious allegations that were made to me about sexual violence, about the burning of villages, Rae said about his trip to the refugee camps. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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