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 Migrant Matters Radio 
 (en Español)
 Interview
 Juan Ariza entrevistado por Eduardo Huesca
 Migrant Matters Radio  
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Esta es la grabaciòn de una entrevista a Juan Ariza llevada a cabo por Eduardo Huesca el dia 3 de junio de 2013. Juan Ariza llegó a Canadá a través del programa de trabajadores temporales extranjeros "poco calificados", el 3 de febrero de 2012. El 6 de febrero de 2012 en Hampstead Ontario, que se encuentra lozalizado entre Kitchener y Stratford, Juan Ariza junto con otros 12 trabajadores peruanos viajaba en una camioneta de trabajo camino a casa después de haber estado trabajando en una granja de pollos, durante este viaje la camioneta chocó contra un camión de transporte. Diez de los trabajadores peruanos y el conductor del camión de transporte murieron; Javier Aldo Medina, Juan Ariza y un tercer hombre llamado Edgar Sulla-Puma (quien ha estado en coma en el hospital de Hamilton desde el accidente) fueron los únicos sobrevivientes del accidente. Juan Ariza está tratando de encontrar un camino para conseguir la ciudadanía en Canadá. Usted puede apoyar su lucha para permanecer en Canadá, firmando la solicitud en línea en http://www.change.org/en-CA/petitions/jason-kenney-minister-of-citizenship-immigration-allow-hampstead-survivor-juan-ariza-s-application-for-permanent-residency-in-canada?utm_campaign=six_hundred_signatures&utm_medium=email&utm_source=guides

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English translation of title and description:

Support Hampstead Survivor Juan Ariza's Application for Permanent Residency in Canada

This is a recording of an interview with Juan Ariza conducted by Eduardo Huesca on June 3rd, 2013.
Juan Ariza came to Canada under a low-skilled temporary foreign worker program on February 3rd, 2012. On February 6th, 2012 in Hampstead Ontario, which is between Kitchener and Stratford, Juan Ariza and 12 other Peruvian workers were driving in a work van home after working on a chicken farm, and then collided with a transport truck. Ten of the Peruvian workers and the transport truck driver died; Javier Aldo Medina, Juan Ariza and a third man Edgar Sulla-Puma (who has been in a coma in Hamilton since the accident) are the sole survivors of the accident. Juan Ariza is attempting to find a pathway to citizenship in Canada, you can support his struggle to stay by signing his petition online at: http://www.change.org/en-CA/petitions/jason-kenney-minister-of-citizenship-immigration-allow-hampstead-survivor-juan-ariza-s-application-for-permanent-residency-in-canada?utm_campaign=six_hundred_signatures&utm_medium=email&utm_source=guides
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00:43:48 English 2013-06-03
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