• Source: CBC News

Immigration minister hopes work in fish-processing plants will be 'good fit' for Syrian refugees

With 28 more Syrian refugees expected to arrive in New Brunswick on Monday, Immigration Minister John McCallum says finding homes, jobs and language training will be the top priorities, not a policy that would force them to stay in Atlantic Canada.

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