city: I didn't take the chance to move somewhere else because I like it here and I'm used to it, my family is here, according to CTV. Elias was brought from Syria to Moncton by his brother-in-law eight years ago. I decided to stay, it's a nice city, friendly people, says Elian Elias. Since arriving in the Maritimes, he has opened three businesses including a restaurant in the city's downtown. I've seen too many sad stories every day, he says. For two hours every day, Elias offers hot food to the homeless at zero cost. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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