“Most people who join the program have been in Canada for less than five years. Not only does this program allow people to learn a new activity, but it also helps build a sense of community.
And it’s not just cycling, there are nature walks and workshops, too.
“They get to have new friends, they get connected to new participants, they have new friendships from this program,” Maha Mohamed, a settlement program worker at Access Alliance, told Daily Hive.
Read the full article, “Hijabs and Helmets: The cycling program that’s helping Muslim women take on Toronto.””