Mendy Levy is an enthusiastic 18-year-old Jewish DJ and photographer who loves to play his keyboard and share pictures and videos on social media. But growing up in the ultra-orthodox community of Lev Tahor, none of those activities were allowed.
"The synagogue, the rabbi's house, my own house, there's a lot of memories in each part of this place," Levy told Radio-Canada during a visit to the former Lev Tahor community in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, Que. — about 100 kilometres north of Montreal.
"Bad memories, mostly," he said. "The abuse we had, the hitting, every single thing that I went through here.
"But I definitely have some good memories of being with my family, my mother," he said.
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