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 Ms. Song’s parents were compelled by economics to work in different cities in China when she was a child. Her grandparents had died; consequently she was raised by a grandmother like person. Ms. Song’s parents divorced and she resided with her father until she came to Canada.
 Ms. Song’s contact with her father was conducted by telephone while she was in Canada. While she was growing up, her father was absent for long periods—sometimes as long as a year. In the summer of 2015, she was to return to China to see her father. She had been advised that her father had a cold. Ms. Song did not get to see him that summer, because she was awaiting a Canadian work permit. In October of 2015, her father died suddenly and she and her mother were advised by her father’s first wife.
 Her mother had worked in a clothing factory in China, and then opened a small business with some friends. Her mother then retired when she came to Canada. Her mother had paid for all the expenses of Ms. Song’s schooling and accommodation, and for that of her older sister.