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Canada initiated a humanitarian pathway for individuals impacted by the Sudan conflict

On December 28, 2023, Immigration Minister Marc Miller announced a new humanitarian pathway for Sudanese and non-Sudanese nationals affected by the conflict that began on April 15, 2023. This pathway allows them to reunite with family in Canada permanently, provided they have a family member - a child, grandchild, parent, grandparent, or sibling - who is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident willing to support them. This complements existing measures for Sudanese temporary residents in Canada and family members of Canadians who fled Sudan before July 15, 2023. Canada is providing international assistance, such as emergency food, clean water, hygiene, sanitation, health and protection services, and is working with international and regional partners towards a peaceful resolution to the conflict.

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