A photograph of Syrian woman Rehan Kurdi holding her son Aylan is pictured next to a bouquet of flowers outside the home of Rehan's sister-in-law Tima Kurdi in Coquitlam, British Columbia September 3, 2015. REUTERS/Ben NelmsNO SALES.
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Drowned Syrian boy's aunt says family will settle in CanadaThe aunt of a Syrian boy whose lifeless body was photographed on a Turkish beach, sparking worldwide outrage at the refugee crisis, said she hopes her family members will be in Canada by Christmas.Citizenship and Immigration Canada spokesman Remi Lariviere would only confirm that the department has communicated with the Kurdi family.Tima Kurdi's original application to bring Mohammed and his family to Canada was rejected.
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