Meet Iranian-born Haydeh Mohebbi, who helps newcomers fill their homes from Toronto’s Furniture Bank When she came to Canada from Iran in 2003, Haydeh Mohebbi found herself in the situation many newcomers face. She was confronted with a monumental task: rebuilding her life from scratch. Arriving with her two daughters, and followed five months later by […]Read more
Known for his expletive-laden speeches, President Rodrigo Duterte veered away from hurling invectives as he remembered the wrath of supertyphoon “Yolanda” during his visit in Tacloban City on Friday.
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Do: give that party hostel a chance. Don’t: worry about being slut shamed.
Decades of the US government helping the rich are coming home to roost.
Photographer Jackie Dives talks about the double exposures that helped her process the grief of losing a parent to addiction.
He won’t do chores, he won’t move his car, and now—after his parents gave him five written notices—he’s being evicted.
Australian missionary Sister Patricia Fox spent Sunday morning in the company of urban poor group Kalipunan ng Damayang Filipino (Kadamay) at the low-cost housing sites they forcibly occupied last year in Pandi town.Read more
A comparison of rental and buying housing prices in Canada There are many factors to consider when moving into a new home, one of the most important being cost. To give you an idea of what you can expect to pay for a home in Canada, we’ve laid out the average monthly rent and mortgage […]
Some landowners in Marawi have raised the value of their lands as the government is looking for sites to build the housing units for the displaced residents of the war-torn city, an official said on Friday. “[From]the previous market value [of] P500 per square meter, the asking price [now] reached P5,000 per square meter,” Adoracion Navarro, […]
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Russian-born Alexey Saltykov came to Canada via Germany with a job in hand as a management consultant in the insurance industry. His company asked if he wanted to transfer to Toronto, and he jumped at the opportunity. Three years later, Saltykov saw a niche insurance need in Canada, and took another leap — this time […]Read more