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Man Pays 1.5 Million To Relocate, And Provide Jobs To Refugee Families.


Man Pays 1.5 Million To Relocate, And Provide Jobs To Refugee Families.


Jim Estill is a productive and successful business owner. Jim decided to do what no other liberal would even think about doing. He put his money where his mouth is. He has actually paid 1.5 million for 58 refugee families to resettle into Canada.

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Not only did Jim pay for the families resettlement in Canada, his clever move came by way of hiring them in the factory of his own company. Brilliant and strategic move in my opinion. Although I will say after watching the duration of this film, Jim seems to have his heart in the right place. The refugees seem to be wanting a better and more peaceful life.


From Toronto Life:


When Jim Estill decided to sponsor 50 Syrian refugee families, he didn’t tell anyone about it at first—not his accountant, not his friends, not even his wife. It was the summer of 2015, and the death toll in Syria had reached a quarter of a million people, while another four million had fled the country. All summer long, the news reported horror stories of Syrians drowning in the Mediterranean. Humanitarian aid programs were being cut across the Middle East.

As he watched the news, Estill got worked up. “I didn’t want to be 80 years old and know that I did nothing during the greatest humanitarian crisis of my time,” he says. Estill was disturbed by the wave of xenophobia that had emerged during the Harper administration. He wanted to demonstrate how refugees could help enrich our society. One of his best friends, Franz Hasenfratz, was a refugee who fled Communist Hungary. Hasenfratz went on to establish Linamar, a car-parts manufacturer, which is Guelph’s largest employer, with nearly 10,000 employees. “I was trying to drown out the xenophobes,” Estill says. “When we think of Italians or Irish, we don’t think of them as immigrants. They’re just people.”


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1 Comment

  1. allan scott

    July 22, 2017 at 3:43 pm

    hmmmm….i wonder how impoverished and/or homeless canadians feel about this.

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