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Agreement Fuelled: Vancouver and Court Voters

agreement fuelled: It is aimed at improving co-operation between countries and will be signed by multiple countries next week in Morocco, according to Vancouver Courier. Canada's Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen is to sign on Canada's behalf. But the Liberals say Conservatives are simply trying to court voters being fed conspiracy theories about the UN agreement fuelled by the controversial online news outlet Rebel Media.article continues below Trending Stories Vancouver Art Gallery shoe memorial recognizes lives of murdered women in B.C.BCIT students won't wait for green light to roll out pot delivery service in Vancouver Vision Vancouver will not run a mayoral candidate for first time in party's history With Greyhound about to quit B.C., Lillooet calls for return of passenger train service The Global Compact on Migration is set to become the first, inter-governmentally negotiated agreement under the UN to cover all dimensions of international migration. Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer strongly opposes the agreement, arguing it would give foreign entities influence over Canada's immigration system and would influence media coverage of immigration issues. Instead of signing international agreements that erode our sovereign right to manage our borders, the prime minister should focus on restoring order at home. Canadians and Canadians alone should make decisions on who comes into our country and under what circumstances, Scheer said Tuesday. ( As reported in the news.