Henry Halm gambled that Canada would give him sanctuary from the United States, which wanted to put him in jail, but he lost. Now in the Clinton Correctional Facility at Dannemora, N.Y., Halm is about seven months into a sentence of seven to 21 years for sodomy, which will likely become nine to 23 years when they punish him for fleeing north into Ontario.By RAE CORELLI13 min
Like the majority of immigrants to Canada over the years, I have encountered varying degrees of discrimination, both subtle and overt. Giving Donovan Bailey the benefit of the doubt for his claim that he was misquoted when he compared the incidences of racism in Canada with those elsewhere (“Resurrecting the racist row,” Cover, July 29), I would like to offer some observations.
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