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Shelli (60) and Martin (64) Kalson From Ottawa to Ginat Shomron, 1995: "We had a very good life in Canada, but we were looking for more than material prosperity."

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February 11, 2016 18:08
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Shelli and Martin Kalson. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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People who make aliya often change direction and do something entirely different from what they were doing in their lands of origin.

Neither Shelli nor Martin Kalson, who left their Ottawa home in 1995 to settle here, could have imagined what they would be doing 20 years on.

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