Second planeload of Syrian refugees to arrive in Montreal

Syrian refugees arrive in Toronto

Newly-arrived Syrian refugee Anjilik Jaghlassian, centre, and her family receive winter clothes and other items at Pearson International airport, in Toronto, on Friday, Dec.

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11, 2015. (Nathan Denette/THE CANADIAN PRESS)



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