April 9, 1946 (20th Parliament, 2nd Session)

LIB

George Alexander Cruickshank

Liberal

Mr. CRUICKSHANK:

It goes on:
"All restrictions against loyal Japanese should be removed," he said- I
I want the hon. member for Vancouver East to bear this in mind.
-"except that they should not be allowed to return to British Columbia after the war."
Loyal Japanese should be permitted to settle anywhere in Canada without disadvantages or prejudices, he added. After the war. British Columbia, should be prepared to take her share. The Japanese problem before the war," he [Mr. Cruickshank.J
said, "was essentially a British Columbia problem, but now it is a dominion problem and should be handled as one."

Topic:   CANADIAN CITIZENSHIP
Subtopic:   NATIONALITY, NATUKALIZATION AND STATUS OF ALIENS
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