st: John's for himself and eight other Syrians, according to CBC. Our visit is a kind of saying thank you to this country, which is now our country, he told the St. John's say it's their way of saying, 'Thank you.' On Friday, Mohamed Al Maksour, who works as a translator at the Association for New Canadians, organized a trip to Canadian Blood Services in St. John's Morning Show. It was a sentiment repeated in a handwritten letter to the generous country which helped us and saved our souls. It's a kind of contribution, that we belong to this country. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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