Canadian News: NDP slam Liberals for slow reunification programs for relatives stuck in Gaza, Sudan

The NDP has accused the government of bungling measures introduced months ago that were meant to bring relatives of Canadians from conflict zones in Sudan and the Gaza Strip to safety.

"Not one person has been able to get to safety through the government's special immigration measures," NDP immigration critic Jenny Kwan told reporters Wednesday on Parliament Hill.

"This is perhaps one of the most urgent situations before us, that the government needs to take action on."

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She spoke alongside three Canadians with relatives trapped abroad, who have spent thousands of dollars to help their family members survive.

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