Finding Peace In The Village

It’s 8:45 on an August night and the sidewalks of Ahmadiyya Avenue are illuminated with the vibrant colours of women and children in shalwar kameez. The unisex South-Asian cultural garb, traditionally worn in Pakistan, comes in an array of colours, though men generally wear white. While many nearby residents are getting their kids ready for bed, … [Read more...]

EDITORIAL: Act Quickly To Legalize Basement Apartments In Vaughan

This unsigned editorial originally appeared in the Feb. 18 edition of The Vaughan Citizen and is written by Omar Mosleh. Here in Vaughan, we are facing an alarming lack of affordable housing. A recent York Region study found that more than 3,400 households are waiting on housing geared toward low-income families. About 10 per cent of our … [Read more...]