Ebola travel ban

It appears that Mr. Harper really likes to promote his commitment to freedom by restricting people’s freedom to travel. This year it may be about terrorism; last year, it was about Ebola.

Going against the advice of its own scientists and the World Health Organization, Mr. Harper’s government last year restricted travel to Canada by visitors from certain Ebola-stricken countries. There is no reason to believe that this travel ban had any effect; first world countries where no such travel ban was instituted had no Ebola outbreaks either. If anything, it was just another demonstration of the vindictive petty-mindedness that has been so characteristic of this government, and which has so badly diminished Canada’s once stellar international reputation.

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