A spot of good news. Update on the CBC report:
"A pregnant woman in Montreal who was supposed to be deported to Guinea has received an emergency stay of deportation until she gives birth.
The news came just minutes before Sayon Camara was scheduled to fly out of Trudeau airport at 2 p.m. Tuesday.
Her lawyer, Stewart Istvanffy, was successful in a last minute appeal to the Federal Court.
Forty-two-year-old Camara is six months pregnant. She has Type 2 diabetes and has already miscarried once.
Camara's husband, Abdul Sow, told reporters at the airport that he would not allow his wife to leave the country unless her safety could be assured.
Sow smiled as he described his feelings upon hearing that his wife would not be getting on a plane that day.
"It's a great relief to my wife and I, especially with the baby that will be born," he said".