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Monday, December 18, 2017

The Aboriginal Experience: Can Comparison’s Be Drawn To The African Experience

BY: SIMONE SMITH I have been asked to really start putting my thoughts out there about my personal experiences and the experiences of others that...

How We Sense Our World

BY SIMONE SMITH  I am starting to realize more and more how important my role is in the community. I have been blessed with post-secondary...

Six Pillars of Ethical Behaviour

BY: SIMONE SMITH “Ethics starts with actual moral judgment before the formulation of general principles.” (Aristotle) It is fitting to begin this article with a quote...

Bill C-51 and the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act; How will this Tie into...

BY: SIMONE SMITH The ending of The Second World War brought changes to the structure of Canada and its government. The idea of human rights...

Preparing for the school year – What types of teachers could our children face?

BY SIMONE SMITH Welcome Toronto Caribbean community! We welcome all readers and thank you for being such an integral part of this newspaper. My role...

Rebuilding a Broken Life

BY SIMONE SMITH It is great to see that you are still here with me. I have been pushing readers to really examine themselves; take...

Responding to Adversity

BY SIMONE SMITH  Hello Toronto Caribbean Newspaper readers! Thank you to all of you who continue to support us here at TCN. Every week, I...

The Bigger Picture

BY SIMONE SMITH Great day Toronto! I hope that you were able to absorb most of the information presented last time. My current series is...

Mindfulness and Meaning

BY SIMONE SMITH  Welcome back Toronto Caribbean Family! The summer is coming to a close, and because I know that winter is upon us (sigh), I...

It Becomes Clear Once You Make Sense of It!

BY SIMONE SMITH  It hit me like a lightning bolt; I have been thinking about why the African community avoids dealing with mental health. I...

Community News

Envision Opportunity – Women Reflect To Make 2018 Their Best Year Yet!

BY: ALYSSA MAHADEO It’s the end of another year; goals accomplished or not, time has passed without fail and now as we look toward next...

McMaster Creating First Gandhi Scholarship Of Ontario

BY: JELANI GRANT  At the end of October, McMaster University announced on Twitter they will be creating a scholarship dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi. This scholarship...

CEMA Campaigns for Inclusion of Ethnic Media in Canada

BY: DELLIA RISMAY  CEMA, which stands for Canadian Ethnic Media Association, is an independent organization that is made up of a variety of media professionals....

Finding Your Potential: A Subban Plan For Success.

BY: GLORIA MUGENYI Keeping children on the right path to achieve their dreams can be a challenging one, but worry not parents, Karl Subban, a...

Celebrating Canada’s Brilliant Minded Women

BY: KABRENA ROBINSON  Within different fields of work, there are various women who carry out important day to day tasks. Many contributing as educators, mentors,...