emad: But a spokesman for the group says they never heard back from Trudeau, and decided to try to see him at the forum at the University of Manitoba on Wednesday, according to CTV. Hadji Hesso says when Emad arrived at the venue with his uncle, political staffers approached him and brought him to a dressing room, where he met Trudeau for about five minutes. Thirteen-year-old Emad Mishko Tamo made a video appeal to Trudeau that was posted to social media by the Yazidi Association of Manitoba last month. Emad was reunited with his family in Winnipeg last year after a relative saw his picture, taken in a refugee camp, on social media. It was not the meeting that we were looking for, said Hesso, who is a spokesman for the family. Hesso says they'd hoped for a much longer meeting with Trudeau, so Emad could talk more about the plight of other Yazidi children and bringing more refugees to Canada. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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