The attitudes of Canadians toward the Syrian refugee crisis have been shaped in large measure by our emotional responses to two events. The drowning of 12 Syrians in the Aegean Sea in early September gave us the unforgettable image of little Aylan’s body washed up on the Turkish coast. Our horror and our guilt opened our hearts wider to the great tide of Syrians fleeing war. Thousands of us were moved to consider refugee sponsorship. Now the horror
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