Alan Kurdi's death thrust his aunt Tima into the international spotlight as a spokeswoman for the refugees' plight.
Canada's warm welcome to refugees stands in stark contrast to Republican xenophobia south of the border.
Canadian government officials have invited Tima Kurdi to make another refugee application for one of her brothers and his family.
OTTAWA — The mayor of Halifax and a city councillor from Vancouver will lead a task force set up by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities to develop a response to the humanitarian crisis facing...
Angered by a Hungarian camerawoman tripping a refugee, Agha says it's "extremely hard," for a Syrian to come to Canada.
Government will issue "thousands more," refugee visas, speed up applictions, and more diplomats to be posted overseas to help handle resettlement.
Aunt of little Alan and Galib Kurdi urges Europe not to slam the door on refugees and describes her nephew's death as "message from God," for action.
Greeted by passionate cheers on his West Coast stop, Mulcair demands inquiry into those slain or vanished and promises to step up efforts to save Syria's refugees.
One Syrian who made it here alive says, "I'm one of the luckiest people you will ever find in the whole world, seriously,"
Newcomers fleeing war face thousands of dollars in debt as they struggle to rebuild their lives in a new home, often using food money to repay federal loans.