Lorne Matalon

Lorne Matalon appears in the following:

Since Trump's Election, Canada's Refugee System Is Overloaded

Monday, January 08, 2018

More and more people are walking illegally into Canada as President Trump cracks down on immigrants in the United States. The increased number is testing a nation that historically welcomes refugees.

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In The Midst Of A Downturn, Some In Oil Industry Are Prepping For A Bounce

Sunday, May 08, 2016

The plunging price of crude oil is good for motorists but bad for those in the industry. And nowhere is that pain more acute than in West Texas, where many are hunkered down with an eye on the future.

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Mexico's Dia de la Revolución Turns Into Day of Violent Protest

Friday, November 21, 2014

Yesterday, the 104th anniversary of the Mexican Revolution became a moment of violent national protest—demonstrators threw Molotov cocktails and police responded with tear gas.

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Off-Limits Since Sept. 11, A Texas-Mexico Crossing Reopens

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Boquillas, Mexico, a riverside hamlet of 90 people, sits a minute by foot across the Rio Grande from Big Bend National Park in Texas, a boundless tapestry of rock and high desert. Mexicans used to cross to work, buy supplies in the park or visit family. Americans would wade across ...

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