Lebanese Christians make a new life in Canada as the population shifts back home

BPCA Chairman Wilson Chowdhry pictured here with one of many Lebanese-Canadian Christian taxi drivers

Several cab drivers who ferried
BPCA Chairman Wilson Chowdhry to and from appointments in Ottawa last week were Canadians of Lebanese decent of whom all but one were Christians.

During our conversations they told us of the lives they left behind and the cultural shifts reported by family members. 

Reflecting on ethnic heritage gatherings over Christmas and how life has changed since arriving in Canada, several of our cab drivers who were Lebanese-Canadian
Christians told us of their journey to find work in Canada and of the increasing changes in their country since they have left.

We shared prayers for each other and they have all promised to keep Asia Bibi in their prayers and thoughts.

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