Category: Humans of Kitchissippi

HOK #005 – Kevin Johnston

Meet 
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 […]

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