Category: Humans of Kitchissippi

HOK #14 – Jasmine Joshua

Meet Jasmine Joshua. “I love soccer, it’s one of my favourite sports because it’s fun and I can play with my friends. My team is the Fisher Park Dragons. We’re doing pretty well so far. We won today and I’ve scored two goals already this season. I play basketball […]

HOK #012 – Emma Christie

Meet Emma Christie. “I started gymnastics when I was three – I’m 16 now, but didn’t go into competitive until I was eight, which is really late. Usually you would go into the ‘petite elite’ when you are around five. I had a lot of skills to learn, so […]

HOK #011 – Colleen Lowrie

Meet Colleen Lowrie. “I had a first date all around this area. We were down at Westboro Beach, walking along the water and then we went for dinner. It was really nice, but super tense because we were going from being friends to being more, and neither of us […]

HOK #010 – Adam Osman

Meet Adam Osman. “I’ve worked here at Dovercourt Recreation Centre for the last five years or so. You can often find me at the pool desk. I love the community here, and my co-workers. I think it’s a really welcoming place. Every day when I finish, it feels like […]

HOK #009 – Brian Wheeler

Meet Brian Wheeler. “My name is Brian Wheeler – ironic really as I’m a bike mechanic! About four years ago I was living in the Glebe, working as a barista at the Wild Oat, and I decided that I needed to make a change. I sold everything I own […]

HOK #008 – Michele White

Meet Michele White. “I love to travel, and I loved going to France, particularly Paris. I first went in my late 20s. I was working for a family, taking care of their children, and they took me along. I got to take a helicopter ride to a castle, and […]

HOK #005 – Kevin Johnston

Kevin Johnston. I’ve lived in this neighbourhood for five years, but I also spent time here when I was younger. My grandfather had a bakery right on Wellington. I have my St. Christopher here – the saint of travellers. I’ve travelled a fair bit. My dad was […]

HOK #003: Ginger McCoy

Meet Ginger McCoy. I came to this community in 1976 – I hitchhiked here from Newfoundland, and moved onto Bayswater. All my five daughters and three sons were born here. I went walking with my daughter a while ago and she said ‘Mom, did you notice how many […]

HOK #002: Helen Kakekayash

Meet Helen Kakekayash. I have lived in this area for a long time, but I’m from up North, from Thunder Bay. My advice for people? There is always hope. Humans of Kitchissippi is a special street photography project designed to introduce readers to some of the people who live, work, […]

HOK #001: Steve

Meet Steve, Richmond Road hot dog vendor, and long distance snowmobiler. After my accident in 2004 I hadn’t really ever seen anyone except Terry Fox who had lost a leg, nothing computerized and titanium like mine. I was only the second person in Canada to get a leg […]