soap store: So, when he and his family came to Canada as refugees from Syria two years ago, he knew he wanted to keep doing what he does best, according to CBC. I can work 20 hours a day. It's what his family has been doing for generations. I don't get tired about that, because I love my job, Sabouni told CBC News Saturday at the grand opening of his new soap store, Aleppo Savon. 4th generation Syrian soap maker to launch Calgary retail outlet The southeast Calgary store, which Sabouni opened along with business partners Husny Hadry and Walid Balsha, was swarmed with customers, excited to get their hands on the artisanal products, which are made with olive and coconut oil. When I begin, yes, but not now. Sabouni said the huge crowd made him a little less nervous about starting a business. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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