Syrian refugee families thriving with work at Terrace sawmill

Published on May 17, 2018, 3:08 pm

Published by Terrace Standard

With the two Syrian refugee fathers offered quick employment at Skeena Sawmills, both families are thriving after coming to Terrace, B.C. in 2016. The al Kadro family has bought a home, had a new baby, and received a car in less than two years of being in Canada.





new ssl iframe style  

  

Up Next

Royal BC Museum Maya exhibition

Victoria News

0 views

Greyhound drivers and agents give one last party

Penticton Western News

0 views

Tourism Discovery Centre on summer hours

Williams Lake Tribune

0 views

The 2019 Cloverdale Country Fair

Cloverdale Reporter

0 views

The new Skaha Marina

Penticton Western News

0 views

"Step your game up" equestrian clinic

Vernon Morning Star

0 views

Jack Glatzer performs for LCSS students

Williams Lake Tribune

0 views

Cloverdale Rodeo Pancake Breakfast

Cloverdale Reporter

0 views

Cloverdale Chili Cook Off 2019

Cloverdale Reporter

0 views

Jack Glatzer performs for LCSS students

Williams Lake Tribune

0 views