- Canada plans to accept 25,000 Syrian refugees by the end of February
- The first stop for up to 1,500 will be a resettlement house in Calgary, Alberta
- In their third year in Canada, the refugees can apply to become full citizens
(CNN)From the outside, it looks like senior citizen housing on the outskirts of downtown Calgary, Alberta. Inside, it is anything but. Scores of children run the halls, and they cry, laugh and play with each other as their parents huddle at cafeteria-style tables.