Different neighbours than you might expect

I was shooting photos for a story just now, and as I was leaving I realized that the project which the shoot was for (don’t worry, I will post it here in good time ūüėČ ) was in no ordinary building.


From top to bottom, you have:

Р an LGBT youth group and a nonprofit that tries to take the mystery out of sexual diversity

– a mosque

– a centre (Parents-Espoir, link in French) for people who are dealing with mental health problems while raising kids

– a language school which is almost certainly a front for a fringe African Christian group

– the multiethnic centre

– the Centre for Rights and Freedoms (equivalent of the ACLU).

…and they all seem to get along, at least well enough to share a building. Welcome to modern urban living!


About msmarguerite

Young Quebec City-based freelance journalist. once and future nomad. I blog about life, about travel, about things I notice and every so often about work. I enjoy language learning, singing, swing dancing, skating and...other stuff, sometimes. My heart is somewhere in East Africa, Haiti or Eastern Europe. English, fran√ßais, —Ä—É—Ā—Ā–ļ–ł–Ļ, malo slovensko, un poco de espanol, um pouco de portugu√™s ndiga ikirundi, mwen ap aprann krey√≤l...
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