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Marc Miller disclosed a Liberal Party split over the status of undocumented immigrants

Canada's Immigration Minister, Marc Miller, has revealed that there is an internal division within the Liberal Party concerning the status of undocumented immigrants in the country. Miller expressed his support for providing status to these individuals, citing humanitarian and economic reasons. However, the lack of a unified stance within the party and the broader Canadian society is causing hesitation in taking action. Undocumented immigrants are those without authorized residency or work permits in Canada, with estimates suggesting their number to be between 20,000 and 500,000. There are calls for creating a pathway towards citizenship and regularization for these individuals, particularly from workers' unions and other organizations. Yet, the situation remains complex, with diverse opinions and potential socio-political implications, such as the impact on housing and job markets.

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