toronto - The first flight with Syrian refugees arrived in Canada. Premier Justin Trudeau waited for the phone at the Toronto airport at this time late Thursday (Canadian time) landed.
About three hundred Syrian refugees come with two military flights to Canada. The first plane carrying 163 migrants arrived on Thursday in Toronto, the second landing Saturday in Montreal.
Canada takes fewer refugees than the 25 000 who had promised earlier. According to Trudeau however there are 25 000 refugees caught, but is done partly in 2016. There is more time to screen migrants well. The prime minister said that at the end of this year 10 000 refugees are accommodated. End of February next year the remaining 15 000 will be recorded.
The inclusion of 25 000 Syrians was an election promise of Trudeau who was sworn in early November.