She grew up in a one bedroom flat in Montreal with her parents, brother, sister, grandfather and aunt, a family and home she describes as "completely illiterate and without culture. Not a book, not a record."
"My father was the only one who could read," Enola said, while sitting in her Oakville home. "I remember we would gather around and he would read us the paper sometimes."
In fact, Enola, now 65, says she was discouraged from educating herself.