Canadian court to rule on deportation of child with cerebral palsy

A Canadian court is set to rule on the legality of a deportation order involving a French family whose child has cerebral palsy. The family is contesting the deportation, which was ordered on the grounds that the child's condition constitutes an "excessive burden" on the state. The family moved its software-development business from the French island of Guadeloupe in July 2005 and took up residence in Montreal, drawn in by efforts to recruit new and promising businesses to the country.

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