“Ms. Hmadi said she had never heard of Hérouxville’s code of conduct and had been welcomed warmly by locals. ‘We got many phone calls or even people knocking on our door to ask if we needed anything … One of our neighbors knocked on our door with a big bag of toys for our kids. We didn’t even know her. We were still moving in.” Historically, in Hérouxville, Quebec, a big bag of toys was the last thing a new immigrant could expect on the other side of a knock on the door. But times change. Sometimes for the better. NYT (Gift Article): How a Town Famous for Xenophobia Fell in Love With Immigrants.