jackson square: He rides it to Jackson Square, where he gets groceries for himself and his brother, according to CBC. They both arrived in Hamilton as Syrian refugees in December 2015. He rides it to Dundas, where he has a part-time job. He rides it to the lake, and to see friends, and just to check out the city. Al Kurdi is one of more than 60 Syrian refugees using Hamilton Bike Share bikes as their primary method of transportation as part of the Everyone Rides initiative. I use it every day, for everywhere, he said. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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