5 B.C. families stranded in Japan get Canadian visas for adopted babies

“What was bizarre about it is that there is no indication to this day that there has ever been any Japanese concern with these adoptions,” he said. On Saturday, Mathieu Genest, a spokesman for Hussen’s office, told CTV News that neither the …
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