hussen: This comes after Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen was asked, and deflected questions on Tuesday, about who would be footing the bill for Mohammed's protection, according to CTV. Asked during media availability if the federal government would be paying for the security, Hussen said that he didn't want to discuss those details. A source close to the file speaking to CTVNews.ca on background said that because security is not a typical cost that many refugees face, the government is looking into a way to transfer the funds to the organization, which is helping the 18-year-old adjust to her new life in Canada. We have to be careful about the details with respect to her security, Hussen said, noting that she will be receiving access to the federal government's settlement services like job support. Mohammed's safety. In a follow-up comment to CTVNews.ca, Hussen's press secretary said Our primary concern is Ms. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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