The Syrian civil war has left millions homeless and desperate to escape the war-ravaged nation.
Canada has come up with a unique model for how to help with the crisis: public-private partnerships.
In 2015, Canada succeeded in bringing in 24,800 refugees, with almost 11,300 of them brought in through private sponsorship.
Their next target is 55,800 by the end of 2016.
The public-private cooperation scheme, that dates back to the Vietnam War, allows private groups to take on the costs and obligations involved with resettling refugees.
Through this scheme, Canada is resettling more Syrian refugees than any other country.
They already have requests from 13 other countries, including New Zealand, to adopt their method and do the same.