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The group said applications haven't been expedited, despite being promised by Canada's immigration minister.
The Hong Kong government rejected the families' refugee requests last week.
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They face persecution in Hong Kong.
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Up to 90 per cent of Canadian Internet traffic flows through the U.S.
He said the world's most privileged and powerful are operating by a different set of rules.
A briefing note warns repressive regimes seek to harness networks to thwart criticism.
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Most people can be found walking around this beautiful city, touring the historic city center, the river Neva, and the numerous small canals on foot even after midnight. This is the perfect time to travel to Russia, as you literally have more hours in the day to fit in sightseeing, tours and enjoy the many restaurants late into the night.
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