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By Tyrese Wedderburn Julie holds Vita after a walk in the park.(Julie Craig/T•) On a September afternoon after a four-hour wait in the Pearson Airport cargo area, Julie Craig’s precious cargo arrives. Aboard a plane from the Dominican Republic, her adopted dog Vita is now in Canada after facing frequent delays due to COVID-19 restrictions.…
A local pastor and his church provide programs to help decrease gun violence in the GTA
Cultural perceptions of mental health vary, and Caribbean immigrant families can find themselves disagreeing when it comes to adapting to western views and staying true to “back-home” attitudes
By Felecia Francis It’s 2015, a suitcase is being wheeled against the floor of the Norman Manley International Airport, in Kingston, Jamaica. In that suitcase lies more than clothing. It contains a bag of sand collected from the beach. The sand is a reminder that Jamaica is where she’s from, even though she will no…