You Can’t Miss It! – This Story Of Lost Syrian Refugees In A Canadian Train Station Is Going Viral – WOW!

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It was a transit worker. After hearing about the situation, GO transit, a regional public transit system in Ontario, was sending a charter bus for the family — free of charge.

Taylor didn’t catch the name of the family amid the chaos of the day. She watched them get on the bus, and the story seemed to end there … but it also didn’t. Because look at Twitter!

When Valerie Taylor spotted a family of newcomers looking lost in the hustle and bustle of rush hour at Toronto’s main Union Station on Wednesday, she offered to help them find their train. What she…
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When Valerie Taylor spotted a family of newcomers looking lost in the hustle and bustle of rush hour at Toronto’s main Union Station on Wednesday, she offered to help them find their train. What she…

Taylor said the experience made her feel proud to be a Canadian, watching brand-new Syrian-Canadians board a bus to see their family.

As Taylor describes it in her Facebook post: “It was almost overwhelming, the way people wanted to help. It has been one of the most moving experiences.” And, as she told Buzzfeed in a later interview, “No one had to be asked to help, no one had to think about the right thing to do. This is what you do.”

As Taylor went on in her Facebook post: “The number of people who on a random hot july Wednesday during rush hour who tried to help a family of strangers who are our newest Canadians. Lots of bad things happening in the world right now and not enough compassion. Compassion is better.”

What an amazing example of a group of average folks coming together to do a series of kind gestures.

Here’s to more stories of the magic that happens when countries open their borders and their hearts.

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