Liberals unveil resettlement plan for 1,200 Yazidis and other victims of ISIS, CBC News
Canada plans to resettle 1,200 Yazidi refugees and other survivors of ISIS by the end of this year.
Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen announced today that nearly 400 survivors have already arrived in Canada in the last four months since the House of Commons unanimously supported a Conservative motion that called on the government to provide asylum to an unspecified number of Yazidi women and girls.
Of those, about 74 per cent are Yazidi.
Canada has been given consent from the Iraq and Kurdish regional governments, which are supporting and co-operating with the plan, Hussen said.
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