Canada at War: THE DOMINION: Decision

As quietly as if he were getting up to stretch his legs, Prime Minister Mackenzie King rose in the House, announced a definite program on an important question—what his Government intends to do about its Japs:

¶ There will be absolutely no more immigration from Japan. This is a desirable policy, said Mr. King, although it should not be stated as binding for all time to come.

¶ A special commission will determine which Japs have been loyal to Canada and which Japs disloyal. The disloyal Japs, citizens or not, will be deported...

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