Musa Hodale Ali said he is happy to be working at Parksville’s Tim Hortons while he adapts to his new home and explores options.
He was sponsored by local Tim Hortons owners Ed and Lilian Mayne and the Qualicum Community Baptist Church. 🙂
He spent most of the last six years in refugee camps in Ethiopia. 😦
Completing a six-year journey from Eritrea in East Africa, the first refugees of a recent wave have hit the Parksville Qualicum Beach shore.
Musa Hodale Ali and Mohammed Subhat arrived on Vancouver Island on March 9, and within a week had among the most Canadian jobs possible, at Tim Hortons. …
A high school teacher back home who studied applied physics and economics, Hodale Ali admits he’s looking for more skilled work, but is quick to add that he’s basically just arrived and is giving himself time to adapt. …
I’ll drop by and welcome him to Canada, myself. Canada needs immigrants.
P.S. How’s the Canadian economy doing under that socialist Trudeau?