Restriction to end?

January 1975
Advocate;1/15/75, Issue 155, p23
Reports on the announcement made by Robert Andras, minister of manpower and immigration in Ottawa, Ontario regarding putting an end to restrictions on gay immigration into Canada. Information on a meeting between gay community of Ottawa, Ontario and T. B. Sheehand, general director of the Immigration Department of Ottawa; Attitude of non-gay citizens towards restrictions on immigration.


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