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Monday, April 23, 2018

Canada Lifts Visa Requirements with Mexico

BY ASHTON COLLEGE  The Three Amigos may have been in Ottawa last week for a political summit but for some, it was a fiesta for...

Tech Sector and Immigration

BY ASHTON COLLEGE  Last week we featured an article on the international student ‘brain drain’ and how it affects the future of the Canadian economy....

The Heart of a Servant Leader

BY KEISHA JOHNSON As a child, Kevin Junor observed his mother Joyce selflessly care for others from whatever means she had. Joyce lived the motto,...

Take a Chance – Step Out!

BY KEISHA JOHNSON Have you heard it said, the water will never part until you put your feet in it? This metaphor references the biblical...

International Student Brain Drain

BY ASHTON COLLEGE There’s a problem with immigration in Canada, one that isn’t always talked about openly. If you were born here you probably aren’t...

The Battle Against Perception

BY KEISHA JOHNSON When actress Kerry Washington told Oprah that expectations are disappointments waiting to happen, it initially stomped me. I wasn’t sure if...

How Ready Are You for Entrepreneurship?

BY KEISHA JOHNSON With the tenuous nature of today’s job market and the ease of starting a business in Canada, the number of persons entering...

Dignity – The Great Equalizer

BY KEISHA JOHNSON  This week’s topic is a bit of a departure from the traditional rhetoric of professional development. But it remains within the underpinning...

What it Takes to Live for What You Will Die For – Part 2

BY KEISHA JOHNSON  Congratulations to Grant and Trish Browning, owners of Carib101 Media Corp, for putting their skin in the game to create a platform...

What it Takes to Live for What You Will Die For

BY KEISHA JOHNSON  This space is a place to encourage you in the things that will give you an edge in life to walk the...

Community News

GLOBAL PEACE Mission; love for all, hatred for none! Welcome to the Ahmadiyya...

BY: SIMONE JENNIFER SMITH “Unless we exercise justice, we will not have peace.” The Toronto Caribbean Newspaper had the honor of being invited to The 15th...

BBPA Announces the 36th Annual Harry Jerome Award Recipients – Defining Our Legacy

BY: ALYSSA MAHADEO Hero to the black Canadian community, the epitome of excellence, determination and dedication, Harry Jerome was an outstanding African Canadian Olympic Athlete...

They have taken the oath! Peel Regional Police swear in two new deputy chiefs

BY: ASHELLY SMITH  At 1 pm on March 27th, families, friends, police officers and well-wishers were present at the Emily V. Kolb Centre for the...

Genesis – The launch of Guyana Carnival 2018

BY: LEANNE BENN  There’s Trinidad, Antigua, Barbados, St Lucia, Brazil and even Bermuda among many other countries and cultures that all have something in common....

Ricky Persaud Jr. strumming sounds of Love, Peace and Unity

BY: JELANI GRANT  At four years old, Ricky Persaud Jr. started taking music classes at Music Together in New Jersey. At the age of eight,...