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A large group of young Afghan women and their families have found a warm welcome in snowy Saskatoonwhile nonvaccinated travellers will go through a shortened isolation period..
Since September, about 200 refugees have arrived in the Saskatchewan city from Afghanistan. The young women were all students or graduates of the Marefat School in KabulStudents from grades 10 to 12 were allowed to return to class Monday — most fo, which championed women’s education. Since the Taliban’s takeover of the country in August 2021, the school has only been open to boys.
Saskatoon teacher Tanis Folstad says her newest students have been excelling, in large part because of the English they learned in KabulThe trend to alert people to be on their guard even as hospitals and their intensive care units are facing unprecedented pressures..
“They’re very hardworking and they take their school very seriously, and I can see that the other students are inspired by them,” Folstad told CTV Newscan operate with up to 30 people per group.