Family’s Grief Ends In Court

The Federal Court of Appeal has brought a quiet close to fourteen years of litigation by a grief-stricken family in an immigration case. Judges dismissed a claim for $300 million in damages by Chinese parents who lost their only son to suicide hours after he was ordered deported from Canada: “Schizophrenia is one of the most widely misunderstood and feared illnesses in society.”

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