A warm welcome (long)
People come to Canada for many reasons. No matter where they're from or why they're here, a warm Canadian welcome can make a difference.
Transcript: A warm welcome (long)
Video length: 30 seconds
Inspiring piano plays throughout.
A newcomer boy and girl walk through the front door of their new home. Moving boxes and luggage are stacked near the front door.
Voice-over: People come to Canada for many reasons.
Their parents, a man and woman dressed in winter clothes, follow the children through the front door. They put down a suitcase and a box. They look at each other and the woman puts a hand on the man’s arm.
The newcomer girl opens a box and searches for something. She pulls out a stuffed animal and smiles.
Voice-over: No matter where they’re from or why they’re here, a warm Canadian welcome can make a difference.
The newcomer boy sits on the stairs. There are boxes behind him. He smiles while sending a text message that says “We’re here! [freezing face emoji] [Canadian flag emoji]”.
The newcomer father and mother are talking in the dining room. The mother is unpacking a bag and holds a decorative box in her hand. There is a knock at the door.
Voice-over: There are many ways to make a newcomer feel at home.
The front door opens and a Canadian father, mother, and teenage son greet the newcomer family with smiles and a wave.
Text displays “Visit Canada.ca/warm-welcome”.
Voice-over: Visit Canada.ca/warm-welcome to find out how.
The Canadian mother puts a hand on her son’s arm encouragingly. He presents two pairs of hand-knitted mittens to the newcomers.
The newcomer girl accepts a pair of the mittens. She smiles as she looks back at her mother.
The newcomer mother invites the Canadian family inside the home.
Voice-over: Message brought to you by the Government of Canada.
The Canada wordmark is displayed while the “Oh Canada” jingle plays.
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