VIKTOR PIVOVAROV/TIMES & TRANSCRIPT
The deportation order for the Maeng family of Moncton New Brunswick, Canada has been rescinded. The family is no longer facing deportation because of their son's autism and epilepsy. The federal government rescinded the order after the Province of New Brunswick confirmed confirmed it will cover the health costs associated with the family's autistic son Sung-Joo Maeng 15.
It feels good to be a New Brunswicker. It feels good, once again, to be Canadian. We have done the right thing by these good people. We have done the right thing for Sung-Joo Maeng.
Wonderful news!! I echo your words.
Break out the champagne! This is truly fantastic news and a win for social justice.
My only concern is that some other province will try to pull this crap. Let this be a lesson.
Keep calling out the heartless bureaucrats.
You done/did good Canada!!!
Sometimes very good things do happen, a VERY GOOD day for NB and the family (especially)!!!!
My sympathies to FW2 - I guess that complete heartlessness may not come to pass after all. Man, what planet does that thing live on?
great, HOWEVER, how do we get help with our 6 year old? "no school aged children services" says autism connections and the gov. HELP!!!
Thank you for doing the right thing!
Anonymous 9:38 if you want to send me an email to AutismRealityNB@gmail.com and include a name, phone no and good time to call and I will give you a call if you want.
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