Finding Refuge across an Ocean
For Toronto native Samia Tecle, the more than 5,000 miles separating her from the heart of the global migration crisis may as well be 5. Matthew House, the refugee reception services organization Tecle works for, provides accommodations and administrative services for newly arrived refugees, who, having no place to live, are counted among Toronto’s homeless population. Tecle tells the Globe and Mail of the Matthew House’s work and of the importance of Canadian solidarity with new arrivals.
“This is a global crisis. This is as much Canada’s issue as it is Italy’s or Greece’s or Turkey’s.”
View the Globe and Mail video on YouTube.