More internationally? Peace by Chocolate on The Guardian Newspaper
راديو كندا: عائلة هدهد السوريّة تجربة ملهمة للسوريين في كندا
"He’s keenly aware that the family’s success has shone a spotlight on the family at a critical time. “All around the world now there is a negative environment towards refugees, towards Syrians who lost their homes and left their country,” said Tareq Hadhad
Peace by Chocolate shows value of Canadian ‘openness’
"شكرا لكم لكونكم مثالا استثنائيّا للقوّة والروح القياديّة والالتزام الذي يأتي مع استقدام أشخاص جدد إلى كندا"
بهذا الكلام توجّه رئيس الحكومة الكنديّة جاستن ترودو ترودو إلى عائلة هدهد السوريّة التي التقى اثنين من افرادها في مدينة سيدني في مقاطعة نوفا سكوشا.
Hadhad of Peace by Chocolate set to tour, inspire via Skype
Thank you Canadian Press and Toronto Star Newspaper!
LIVE FROM CTV IN TORONTO: a brief about Peace by Chocolate family
“This is the message . . . if you offer the refugees a welcoming arm, kindness and support, they can succeed faster.” Said Tareq Hadhad to The Chronicle Herald
We are on the American top media
"Our family is here to contribute in the Canadian community and to be a shining example of determination"
Watch our live interview on CTV IN TORONTO
Peace by Chocolate on BBC!
A FAMILY OF SYRIAN REFUGEES HAVE LAUNCHED CANADA’S HOTTEST CHOCOLATE COMPANY
Peace by Chocolate Documentary
Check out the new short Peace by Chocolate documentary that got millions of views on BBC network around the world.
PEACE BY CHOCOLATE UNITED NATIONS
The documentary highlights the tremendous support the family received from many residents of the community where they settled.
Nova Scotia's Syrian refugee chocolate maker turned away at U.S. border
A Syrian refugee whose family’s chocolate business in northern Nova Scotia was mentioned by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the United Nations last year says he was denied entry to the U.S. over the weekend.
Sweet success: How the Hadhads went from refugees to employers in 1 year
MONTPELIER, Vt. — A Syrian chocolate maker who brought his family business from his war-ravaged homeland to Canada says he has been denied entry into the United States where he had planned to meet with the governor of Vermont.
A Syrian family in Antigonish, N.S., says they're financially independent on their one-year anniversary in Canada, having made a sweet success of their start-up business...