These Grinning Refugee Kids Are Sledding For The First Time (WATCH)

These Grinning Refugee Kids Are Sledding For The First Time (WATCH)

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If you were hit by superstorm Jonas or cold weather has got you down, this video of Syrian refugee children sledding in the snow is sure to warm your heart.

Going tobogganing is one of many “firsts” these three siblings are experiencing since they and their mother fled their country’s civil war and arrived in Canada on December 30th. The family has been co-sponsored by Ontario Police constable David McNab and his wife Kristy Hiltz

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“Snow is a new experience, but fun in any language looks the same,” McNab said on his Youtube account after creating the video.

The clip of the laughing kids coasting down Armour Hill in Peterborough synced to a Johnny Nash cover “I Can See Clearly Now,” has racked up over 350,000 views since it’s publication on January 19th.

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