International Students in Nova Scotia are Providing Food to Those Affected by the Hurricane

The international Students of Cape Breton University in Nova Scotia decided to come forward and do their bit to provide food to the victims of the Category 3 storm.

The aftermath of Hurricane Fiona left hundreds and thousands of residents of the affected provinces without food and electricity.

The international Students of Cape Breton University in Nova Scotia decided to come forward and do their bit to provide food to the victims of the Category 3 storm.

The Instagram handle of the nova scotia government, @nsgov, posted a video thanking the international student community for the efforts being made.

Premiere of Nova Scotia, Tim Houston, said, “We got word of some CBU students doing something pretty incredible. In the north end of Sydney where there’s no power, a group of international students saw the need to help.”

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The international students got together, pooled their resources, and started making food over fire, the only resource available to them. The word got around and hundreds of hungry students without power showed up for help. The line went on for hours.

“I was so overwhelmed by the kindness of these students, welcoming in strangers and feeding them in their hour of need. Thank you for going above and beyond. You’ve done your community and our province very proud,” the premier said.

One of the users commented, “We are lucky to have these students as (a) part of our community!”

 

 

Prabhnoor Kaur

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