[Canada.com] U.S. war resister Corey Glass is looking at spending “at least a couple more months in Canada” after a federal court granted him a stay of removal.
“I was shocked,” Glass said shortly after receiving the phone call Wednesday afternoon telling him he could stay in Canada.
“I had my bags ready and had moved out of my apartment. So I’m in the process of looking for another apartment,” said Glass, 25.
Meanwhile, Canadian anti-war groups and supporters of American army deserters from the war in Iraq are stepping up their fight to keep war resister Robin Long from being deported to the U.S.
“Our lawyers are applying for a stay of deportation,” Bob Ages, chairman of the Vancouver War Resisters Support Campaign, said Wednesday.