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By Hadi Azad The aroma of South Asian spices float through the air inside of a particularly colourful Pakistani restaurant in an expansive Mississauga plaza. The walls are disguised with vibrant decor covered in mini Pakistani flags. There are paintings of iconic individuals and monuments that reflect the deep roots and history of the Pakistani…
By Meara Khanna Streetsville’s Robinson-Bray House, taken this year. (Meara Khanna/T•). With a clink, a tea cup is set down. Classical music flows softly throughout the space. Delicate flutters of china tap each other; whether from the ‘cheers’ of glasses between diners or a spoon tapping excess sugar onto the small, accompanying saucer. The cheerful,…
How Laari Adda is giving Mississauga’s Pakistani community a way to connect with their culture from thousands of miles away