Mr. Hernandez owns a variety store that sells Hispanic products and products from other nationalities. "For me this is important because this is a spot where all Hispanics go there to buy their beans, torillas, arepas, bananas and everything."
"This is the Boys and Girls Club but in the morning they have a special program for Seniors in which I participate. I have been participating for years."
"I go swimming for approximately an hour and a half every day. I like this club a lot because after I had 2 cerebral strokes, in the hot water pools I have succeeded to completely recuperate my stability, physically."
"This photo I took inside Cherryhill mall. I always go there to drink my coffee in the morning or afternoon when I have time and I try to make friends. It’s the best way to practice and not lose your accent in English."
"This is a group of Hispanics that belong to Kiwanis. On this occasion we were celebrating in the John Labatt Park. They had a picnic and they invited me. I took the opportunity because they also take me into consideration when they have a picnic or activity."
"Although you don’t have to buy anything, the advice I would give you is to go because you will feel very relaxed walking through the place. You will see spice, perfumes, food, everything."
"This place has seen us cry, sing and everything for many years. I have been coming here for more than 25 years to fish."
"I have volunteered here for many years. I prepared food and served food. This place showed me how to be more humane. For all of my life I have worked in social services. It’s the reason I am in Canada."