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Toronto is probably the world's most diverse city.

Half the population was born
outside of Canada.

People from every country in the world
walk these streets.

Welcome to the ten blocks of Bloor Street
between Crawford and Dufferin.

Entrepreneurs from all over the world make this
one of the most vibrant parts of Toronto.

Cultures and traditions are
preserved, shared, and evolve.

Businesses thrive and fail.
Dreams are fulfilled or shattered.

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Meet the immigrant entrepreneurs who are
the heart and soul of the neighbourhood.

At age 16, Pam left her family behind in Guyana to work in the clothing factories of downtown Toronto.

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Jameloon "Pam" Bacchus Singh

Born in Guyana, arrived in Toronto in 1967

Pam was one of 14 children
in a close-knit family.
Pam blows out candles on her
16th birthday, her last in Guyana.
In the mid-1960s instability and ethnic strife
trigger widespread emigration from Guyana.
Canada is a major destination.
Pam's passport photo from
her arrival in Canada at age 16.
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