B.C. families stranded in Japan receive visas to return to Canada

Ryan Hoag is heading to Tokyo. After weeks in immigration limbo, the adoptive father-to-be finally got good news Friday night: The Canadian government had approved a visa for his new daughter, as well as the Japan-born adoptive children of four other B.C …
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