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Syrian: Day I and Saint John

syrian: We weren't able to go to school, according to CBC. He knew better than to dare dream of going to university, he said. We had to work there to support our family, said the 20-year-old, who grew up with four siblings. Here's how Fredericton's 1st Syrian newcomer to marry celebrated during the storm A Syrian man's desperate plea, a former refugee's answer Saying thanks Syrian newcomers plan dinner for homeless in Saint John Then the Reyises signed up in Turkey for a program that could allow the seven-member family to immigrate to Canada. On the first day I came to Canada, I wasn't even able to say my name or how to introduce myself, said the teen, who now speaks three languages, including English. '1193913411567', 'playlist Selector' 'container Selector' ' container49634315', 'ciid' 'caffeine14591411' ; 'I felt like I have everything now'2 27 Welcome to New Brunswick But soon, his old dreams about going to school were back. There were hurdles, Reyis said, but eventually the family was accepted and arrived in the country two years ago. ( As reported in the news.