1975 Saigon Bill Irritates Foes

A bill invoking Cold War memories of the fall of Saigon is prompting protest from Vietnamese-Canadian groups. Advocates urged MPs to soften the measure, originally dubbed the “Black April Day” Act to observe the Communist takeover of South Vietnam: “April 30, 1975 marks a sad day for many”.

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