|Sale will secure future for shelter for asylum-seekers
Updated Mar 01, 12:06 PM
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — The list goes up on the lobby bulletin board of Vive La Casa and the refugees who've come from their rooms tentatively approach and scan for their names. The lucky ones will take a taxi to Canada the next day for a crucial step toward a dreamed-of new life there. Maxene Youyoute, long dreadlocks falling from beneath a black cap, shakes his head. The 40-year-old Haitian is ...