Atash’s latest issue reports the tragic accident in Vancouver, where an eight year-old boy lost his father.
The news of the demise of Ahmed Noorani, ex-husband of Maryam Rashidi Mohammadi Ashtiani who had died two years ago at the same time, spread a cloud of gloom among the Iranians in Canada. Noorani, who met with an accident, passed away leaving behind his eight-year-old son, Kourosh, who is now the sole survivor of the family. The latest issue of Atash discusses this bitter turn of event.
In housing, we analyze the recent conditions in the much calmer and steadier Toronto market. Included in Atash 93 are latest reports on the approval of the Citizenship Act in the Parliament of Canada and some recommendations to have fun in and around Toronto.
OTHER TOPICS COVERED IN THIS ISSUE:
- Fasting or not, we would be prompt to be around the Iftar table.
- Eight tips to consider, if leasing a car.
- 14 recommendations by Atash to visit the wildlife in Toronto
- What to opt? RESP (Registered Education Savings Plan) or RRSP (Registered Retirement Savings Plan)?
- Top-notch housing suggestions.
- Everything seems calm. Is it the right time to buy a house or not? Know the better options.
- Is sale out a good option these days in Toronto market or is it better to wait?
- Three steps to stand out in the new market conditions.
- Eight-year-old Kouroush struck again with tragedy, loses his father this time.
- Sympathizers for Tehran victims gather in Mel Lastman Square.
- Citizenship Act in Parliament; Immigrants become hopeful.
- Events and places worth a visit this weekend in Toronto.