Canadians leave teddy bears on their doorsteps as Bears4BarhoChildren goes viral

Canadians leave teddy bears on their doorsteps as  Bears4BarhoChildren  goes viral
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People from around the world have begun leaving out their stuffed animals on their doorsteps and window sills to honour the seven children who perished in a Halifax house fire .

Andrea Bennett started the movement with her cousin and she told theyve been overwhelmed with the amount of support this small gesture has brought.

Her effort started as a way to honour each of the children of the Barho family, which had recently moved to Nova Scotia in September 2017 after fleeing war-torn Syria. The youngest of the seven children was only three months old with the oldest being 14.
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