syrian family: Bill Fraser thought he would eventually recover from ill health and return to Baddeck, according to CBC. But he died last month. He said to me, 'Lorna, what do you think of this family of Syrian refugees Could that be a nice use of my home ' recalled his sister, Lorna Fraser. Now, his sister has arranged to lease his house and has donated most of its furnishings to a Syrian family of six who will arrive in the Cape Breton village later this spring. Submitted by Syria to Baddeck Committee Out of sadness comes good things, sometimes, said Jennifer Mac Donald, a member of the Syria to Baddeck steering committee. The Esmaeels will soon arrive in Baddeck, N.S., from Jordan. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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