Here's What Canadian Winter Looks Like Through The Eyes Of A Syrian Refugee
Hani Al Moulia and his family arrived in Regina from a refugee camp. They just experienced their first Canadian winter.
Hani Al Moulia fled Syria in 2012 with his parents, four brothers, and sister. They were living in a refugee camp in Lebanon when Al Moulia, who is legally blind, enrolled in a photography course offered by the UN Refugee Agency. Armed with a camera, he documented life in the camp in a photo series that was later featured by Canadian Journalists for Free Expression. The Al Moulia family arrived in Regina, Saskatchewan in 2015, and BuzzFeed Canada commissioned him to document his first winter.
Here's what a Canadian winter looks like through his eyes and words.