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Refugee Clinics

The new Liberal government will be sworn in today, among its many campaign promises, the welcoming of 25-thousand Syrian refugees by the end of this year. One of the biggest challenges will be providing health care for them. Matt Galloway spoke with Dr. Meb Rashid, he is the Medical Director of the Crossroads Clinic at Women's College Hospital External Site.
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