Crossing

crossing

For those who are lost, there will always be cities that feel like home. ~ Simon Van Booy

Many times I stood beside the Crossing waiting for CN Rail to come by filled with travelers from different parts of the world for a trans Canada railway tour. As the train go by, I wave my hands welcoming them. They came legally to Canada.

On the other side of the coin, there are people crossing the tracks as an asylum seekers entering Canada illegally on foot from United States of America fearful of their options in US. They came in Canada for a better future.

A woman refugee made the same road taken by others aims to be of help to Canada by welcoming people to her new home in Winnipeg, Canada.

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