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Friday, December 15, 2017

Ol’ Time Carnival in Toronto

BY: LEANNE BENN When we think of Carnival and more specifically Caribbean Carnival we often think about fetes, dancing in the streets, colourful costumes and...

Carnival Ball Celebrates 50 Years Of Mas In Toronto

BY: KABRENA ROBINSON A week ahead of one of Toronto's most anticipated celebration of Caribbean culture on the city's summer calendar, community leaders, artists and...

CTFF Closing Ceremony and Awards 2017

BY: LEANNE BENN  It was an exciting and glamorous end for the Caribbean Tales Film Festival 2017. Eager supporters, film enthusiasts, filmmakers and people with...

Former Canadian Idol Judge Shares His Expertise on Monetizing Public Speaking

BY SARA MILLER  Members of the Ebony Toastmasters chapter met at St. Matthews Barnacode to hear motivational speaker, Flex Farley share his knowledge on public...

Toronto Creole Festival Offering Jobs to Toronto Youth

BY JELANI GRANT  Toronto’s first creole festival, scheduled for August 13th to August 14th, is offering 200 jobs to youth in the Greater Toronto Area. The...

A Look into the Changing Faces of Workplace Diversity

BY: KRISTINA RAMCHARRAN Skills for Change, an organization dedicated to bringing programs to individuals in Ontario for creating workplace diversity held an informational and exciting...

United Achievers Club Hosts Second Symposium for Parents of the African Canadian Community

BY MIGUEL MABILANGAN On April 9th 2016, the United Achievers Club began their Interactive Parent Symposium Workshops to help parents within the community realize their...

Author Striving For More Diversity In Literature

BY: JELANI GRANT Toronto-based author Lisa Bowen has been speaking to youth at different schools, inspiring young writers to illustrate characters that better reflect their...

Here We Are: Black Canadian Contemporary Art Show Coming to the ROM In January...

BY: LEANNE BENN Starting Jan 27th, 2018, the ROM will proudly host a new and original exhibit focused on Black Contemporary Art. Here We Are:...

The Toronto Caribbean Business Social Takes The Community By Storm

BY: KRISTINA RAMCHARRAN Imagine a place where the community could come together and promote their businesses. Where people can interact and network with one another...

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,...