Quebec will send 5,000 camp beds and blankets for Syrian refugees in Germany

Must Read

RCMP looking for Susanne Rotmeyer

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. - The Fort St. John RCMP are trying to locate Susanne Rotmeyer to...

Wilkinson aims to be B.C. premier after cabinet role, working as doctor and lawyer

VANCOUVER — Former cabinet colleague Bill Bennett warns anyone verbally sparring with B.C. Liberal Leader Andrew Wilkinson to be...

A QuickSketch of British Columbia Liberal Leader Andrew Wilkinson

A sketch of Andrew Wilkinson, leader of British Columbia's Liberal party:  Age: 63.   Family: Married to Barbara Grantham. They have...

MONTREAL — The Quebec government says the province will send 5,000 camp beds and blankets to Germany to help Syrian refugees in that country.

Public Security Minister Lise Theriault says the Red Cross requested the beds, which are left over from the ice storm that hit Eastern Canada in 1998.

The beds will be distributed through the Red Cross in Germany, where approximately 6,000 people are arriving every day, according to the Director of the Canadian Red Cross’ Quebec division.

- Advertisement -

The donation is valued at around $1 million dollars.

Last week, the Quebec government announced it would like to triple the number of refugees it accepts this year, upping the total to 3,650.

 

The Canadian Press

- Advertisement -

Community Interviews with Moose FM


Subscribe to our newsletter

Get the latest news delivered to your mailbox every morning.

More Articles Like This