g licence: Luckily, Nadaf remembered exactly where he'd left it and his sister, who was still in their home country, located it for him, according to CBC. Driver's licensing a frustration for some Syrian refugees I had it in my car in Syria. It was only months later, when he arrived in Canada after a brief stay in Turkey, that he realized it wasn't with him and that without it, he would have to start from the very beginning of Ontario's licensing process, unable to get his G2 licence for at least eight months. I left it in my car before I left, Nadaf told CBC News. I don't trust anyone else. I trust my sister. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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