When Ghaiyath and Nagham Alsouki first arrived in Canada, they had no idea that in less than a year’s time, they would be extending their hands to help even newer newcomers.
Several Syrian refugee children exchanged the horrors of civil war for a day of laughter and fun at a trampoline gym. Janice Golding reportsSource: toronto.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=809966
Sam Jisri left his comfortable life in Canada about four years ago and journeyed to the Middle East to aid Syrians living in refugee camps.Source: www.mississauga.com/community-story/6244711-community-group-recruits-army-of-volunteers-to-help-aid-syrian-refugees/
In light of the deadly shooting at a Quebec mosque, people from all faith and cultures stood shoulder to shoulder in Mississauga to express solidarity and show their support to fellow Muslim...Source: www.mississauga.com/news-story/7093784-canadians-are-united-mississauga-vigil-sends-out-a-message/
Think of them as an Uber for Syrian refugees, organizers say.Source: www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/syria-hotline-1.3406582
The monthly federal stipend for the first wave of Syrian refugees comes to an end this month .Source: www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/syrian-refugees-federal-funding-1.3875810
Refugees need your time, expertise, and stuff—not just your funding.Source: torontoist.com/2016/02/how-to-help-syrian-refugees-without-donating-money/
An advocacy group claims a refugee family was given notice only hours before relocation to a new province.
With reports of atrocities in Aleppo, Syrians protest outside Toronto's Russian consulate to decry the lack of global intervention.Source: www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/syrian-protestors-toronto-1.3895544