Yaldaz Sadakova | December 11, 2015
What’s the safest place to have a heart attack?
The back of a Canadian cab — because the driver is likely a foreign-born doctor.
Yaldaz Sadakova is a writer and editor in Toronto. She holds a master’s degree in broadcast journalism from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Much of her journalism work has focused on business reporting. She's covered the Great Recession in New York City, the euro crisis in Brussels as well as institutional investing and Canadian pension funds in Toronto. She moved to Canada in 2013. Most of her recent writing focuses on immigration. She’s the creator of Foreignish.net, a blog for long-form memoir stories about immigration.