This is an open letter to hurting souls on coping with the aftermath of trauma and advice on how to heal portrayed through my own experience.
Articles by Fatima Al-Sayed
Aga Khan Museum features images of the Skate Girls of Kabul and holds a pop-up park by the Chill Foundation which teaches kids to skateboard.
Jennifer Reid has lived at 500 Dawes Rd. in East York since 2015. For her, it has been nothing but a nightmare. When she first moved in, the screen door to her balcony was broken. It still has yet to be repaired, in 2017.
East York resident William Robinson said he was baffled on March 27 when he found his car window smashed in and only a $7 gift card stolen.
“It cost me $300 … to fix the window, and they took a $7 Tim Hortons card,” said Robinson, 62. “There’s stuff they could have taken that would have been an inconvenience.”
On Monday, Toronto Police Service reported a series of car break-ins on Eastdale Avenue near Main Street. Residents at 75 Eastdale Ave. woke up only to find windows of their cars broken and the contents dumped onto the seats of the cars.