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    Metro Morning Syrian Refugee Crisis -- Canada Role Sep 3, 2015 | 7:27Susan Ormiston spoke with Howard Adelman, founder of the Operation Lifeline campaign, which brought 60,000 refugees to Canada from Indochina in 1979-80, about what Canada should be doing to help ease this crisis.
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