In welcoming refugees, Trudeau trumps U.S.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wittingly or unwittingly provided a sharp contrast between his country and the one to the south when a plane load of Syrian refugees arrived overnight in Toronto.

Trudeau was there to greet them.

“Welcome to your new home,” he said to the first couple to leave the plane.

Then he gave them parkas:

Unaccompanied men are not included in Canada’s resettlement plan. It’s taking in at-risk women, gay people and families.