Canadian Immigration Policy and the Story of the 1987 Boat People
Uploaded: 9 Nov, 2011
Recording Date: 30 Sep, 2011
Recording Location: Halifax, Nova Scotia and Toronto, Ontario
Topical for: Timeless
Status: Complete, Ready to Air
Copyright: Creative Commons Attribution, Non-Commercial, Non-Derivative.
Program Title: The Amelie
Description: This audio documentary explores the recent history of Canadian Refugee Policy, telling the story of the Sikh migrants who came by boat to Nova Scotia in 1987, and the current debates about boat migrants.
Host(s): Ella Bedard, Jane Kirby
Featured Speakers/Guests: By Jane Kirby and Ella Bedard. Featuring interviews, narration and music.
Credits: Thank you: CRFC, CKDU 88.1FM, The Nova Scotia Public Interest Research Group, The Maritime Sikh Society, Pierre Loiselle, David Parker, Erica Butler, Avtar Sandhu, Jagpal Tiwana, Vernon Malone and everyone else who was interviewed.
Regional > South AsiaType: Documentary
Education > Policy
Regional > Canada > Nova Scotia
Spirituality and Religion
Society and Culture > Racism
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