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The boss who rescued 300 Syrian refugees
by David Silverberg, Business reporter, Toronto
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7 October 2019
On 7 October 2019 BBC News reported:
When Jim Estill saw the horrors of the Syrian civil war on television, he decided he would do something to help. A successful Canadian businessman, he vowed to enable Syrian refugees to settle in Canada, simply because 'it was the right thing to do'.
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... Jim paid for an initial 50 Syrian families to relocate to Guelph (population 135,000). ... He was also able to give 28 refugees full-time work at the company he owns and runs, the Canadian home appliances firm Danby.
... Jim has now helped sponsor 89 Syrian families -- more than 300 people. 'It's about the settlement of these good people, and helping them through a hard time,' he says.
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