Canada’s Humanitarian Tradition: Tuyet Lam
A former refugee recounts her escape journey to Canadian freedom.
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Transcript: “Canada’s Humanitarian Tradition: Tuyet Lam”
Video length: 00:00:38 minutes
Urban music plays in the background, while a video montage is shown of a dark sky with black windy clouds. The sky opens up to reveal sunlight hidden behind.
The screen turns from daylight to white background.
Gold text displays: “Canada’s Humanitarian Tradition” with a red Canadian maple leaf.
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TUYET LAM (Former Refugee): Having escaped from my country that we had no future, nothing, and sacrificed everything just to be here in search for freedom. To accept refugee … the number of refugees like every year and also increased the number of private sponsorships, I think these things that define Canada.
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Text displays in white font: “To learn more: Canada.ca/refugees”
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