fatima alsaleh: By any Canadian measure, the decor is spare, sparse even, according to Toronto Star. Alsaleh spends most of her time inside the two-bedroom townhouse, cooking meals in the dilapidated kitchen for her two boys and two girls, ages eight to 13. The wooden floors are bare but for a tan, brown and white geometric rug. Fatima Alsaleh spends most of her time at her home in Calgary, although she ventures out for English classes and shopping when the children are at school. Christina Ryan / Star Calgary When her phone buzzes, she plugs in her earbuds and wanders into the kitchen, where she is instantly connected to the familiar voices of the family she reluctantly left behind in a refugee camp in Lebanon. After three years in Canada, the single mother still yearns to go back to the refugee camp in Lebanon where the rest of her family lives. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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