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Immigration minister a past opponent of same-sex marriage
Citizenship and Immigration Minister Jason Kenney blocked any reference to gay rights in a new study guide for immigrants applying for Canadian citizenship, the Canadian Press has learned.
"The Liberals didn't do it, so we didn't either".
"We had to exclude some things to save space".
"Sexual orientation” would have taken up a lot of space.
Kenney denies removing gay reference.
Kenney responsible for removing gay reference.
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