• Source: CBC News

Korean family granted 3-year temporary stay

When the Maeng family of Moncton received the now infamous letter from Citizenship and Immigration Canada in early June informing them that they would have to leave the country by the end of the month, many tears were shed and much misery was felt in the family home, according to eldest son Jung-Joo (John) Maeng.

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