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There was no shortage of fanfare when the federal government announced it would welcome 25,000 Syrian refugees in late 2015, but in the years since questions have been raised about how prepared Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) was to receive them.
Refugees already facing a language barrier were met with complicated settlement documents and badly translated information, says Wazhma Frogh, community manager at
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