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Tomorrow, in Victoria's Supreme Court, the Province of B.C. is seeking an injunction to forcibly remove the remaining residents of Super InTent City.
WoodGreen Community Services, in collaboration with the City of Toronto’s Refugee Resettlement Program, has launched a website called H.O.M.E. (Housing Opportunities and Marketplace Exchange).
The website aims to match Syrian refugees with housing, jobs, furniture, clothes, and other services donated by individuals and businesses. To date 10,000 Syrian refugees have arrived in Canada, 4100 arrived in Ontario and 2000 came to Toronto.
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Hostility and racist attacks against Muslims in Canada are making the news in the wake of the Paris attacks. At the same time, Canadians are creating safe spaces to welcome the thousands of Syrian refugees expected to arrive before the end of the year.