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Syrian Refugees: Nova Scotia and English Classes

syrian refugees: Between January and April of this year, 75 Syrians have settled in Nova Scotia, 40 in New Brunswick, 35 in PEI, and 15 in Newfoundland and Labrador, according to CTV. Nabiha Atallah is the manager of communications and research for the Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia. They have jobs and are taking English classes, all while hoping they can be reunited with the rest of their family, who remain in a Jordanian refugee camp/ The Syrian refugee effort is still going pm across the country, although numbers have slowed here in the Maritimes. We are receiving refugees from other parts of the world as well, said Atallah. We did so well with the large number of Syrian refugees who came in 2015/16. In our opinion, we could increase our numbers. ( As reported in the news.