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An immersion co-organized Jesuit Refugee Service/Canada and the Ignatian Solidarity Network examined the Canadian approach to welcoming refugee claimants, or asylum seekers, from both a policy and personal perspective.
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This summer, more than 30 Indigenous, Jesuit, English and French Canadian paddlers will embark on a month-long, 850-kilometre canoe trip July 21 in response to the Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada.
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In response to the attack at Quebec Islamic Cultural Centre in Quebec City, Canada, Centre Justice et Foi (CJF), a Jesuit center of social analysis, research, and reflection, released a statement calling for the protection of religious and racial minorities.