Jushwa Boyle, an Ontarian man, who was released from captivity after five long years from the Taliban, narrates how he and his American wife and three children survived the ordeal. In this issue of Atash, we get to know how they have brought up the three kids under trying circumstances and also their recent updates.
Delving into the history of the schools in Toronto, we bring you more than 200 years of study on the education sector in Toronto. Plus an Italian journalist gets to recollect and tells us about Toronto immigrants during the 40s and 50s era. We also narrate some scary offers put up in Toronto in this issue of Atash weekly newspaper.
OTHER TOPICS COVERED IN THIS ISSUE:
- The history of schools in Toronto – a 200 year old story
- Seven top recommendations to dig in while going for a retirement savings plan in Canada
- Sneak Peak into Jennifer Lopez’s home
- Finding $10,000 in an old TV, everyone’s happy except the experts
- Limited budget to invest in a house? Three solutions offered by Toronto market
- Mr. Trudeau! Controlling the housing market is not so easy
- Eight reasons why you cannot get a mortgage in Canada
- Life, pregnancy and rearing up three children amongst five years of captivity; Canadian family tells their ordeal under the Taliban
- The immigration story of an Italian family into Canada
- Five scary offers up for grab this weekend in Toronto