Photo essay: Postcards form Canada

by Shahrokh Setoudeh

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I live in Toronto

by Shahriar on

and am disappointed in JJ's negative remarks about Toronto.

 Reducing Toronto's character to "cold weather" reminds me of how Iran is characterized with hot weather and sand while we all know there is much more to it.

You could have at least looked up a weather website to find out that Toronto is not cold all year round!

 And I think this blogger from Toronto has explained attitudes like that of JJ in the best manner possible: // 


Anahid Hojjati

thanks Shahrokh, city to go to visit Iranian friends :)

by Anahid Hojjati on

I was in Toronto in summer of 2009 for my high school reunion nearby. There are thousands of Iranians in Toronto and I have some good friends there. My sister and I ended up walking for hours in Toronto downtown and it was nice. Thanks for your collection of photos.

Mash Ghasem

Tis a beautiful city

by Mash Ghasem on

and a clean one too, ayee.Street art scene is actually a lot livelier than shown in here. How aboute some more black and whites Mr. Sotodeh? Good collection by the way.

Banu actually had an intro in here, some thought it was a joke: apparently not, somebody said they hoped their food was better than their site! You be the Judge! Or more likely, I'll be the judge, soon.

Jahanshah Javid


by Jahanshah Javid on

17, 19 and 29 are my favorites. And I keep hearing about Banu restaurant in Toronto. Must be something special. Although I don't think I'll ever be able to experience it. Canada is not on my travel list. Something about it... too cold... and it looks like U.S. and Europe. But when there's U.S. and Europe, why go to Canada? I dunno... I'm being harsh for no reason.