‘My home by choice’: Syrian refugee chocolatier becomes a Canadian citizen

'My home by choice': Syrian refugee chocolatier becomes a Canadian citizen 1

 

'Peace by Chocolate' founder and Syrian refugee Tareq Hadhad became a Canadian citizen and took part in the ceremony at Pier 21 in Halifax.

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16 Comments on "‘My home by choice’: Syrian refugee chocolatier becomes a Canadian citizen"

  1. Those are great chocolates! I’m happy he’s staying of course.

  2. Everyone here watch my latest video

  3. Awesome! Congratulations.

  4. Proud to call myself Canadian!

  5. Bueno para el.

  6. Awesome!

  7. Just another Middle Easterner on Taxpayer Dollars 😒😒😒

  8. Congratulations! Value kindness.

  9. *Congratulation ✔👏*

  10. Veronica Conroy | January 15, 2020 at 9:07 PM | Reply

    The mentality of Canadian society is free of charge. Canada is a humanitarian nation because of the mentality of its citizens. EVERY NATION on earth is FREE. It is the mentality of its population that oppresses it. This is why Canadians question migrating populations who do not manifest Canadian values in their country of origin. Our ancestors kept such populations off Canadian shores. UK and America are modeling migration after Australia. Canada should do the same.

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