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Sunday, April 30, 2017

The African, Caribbean and Black HIV/AIDS Awareness day works at creating community awareness

BY: KRISTINA RAMCHARRAN The annual African, Caribbean and Black HIV/AIDS Awareness day on February 7th brought together the three cultural communities for the awareness of...

Farrah Hodgson’s Prestigious #Lady Boss Awards

BY: KRISTINA RAMCHARRAN As a female entrepreneur and single mother of five children, Farrah Hodgson’s transition to becoming an entrepreneur did not come easy. However,...

The 33rd African Canadian Achievement Awards

BY: LEANNE In celebration of black history month, the African Canadian community, takes time to recognize some of its members for their outstanding achievements in...

DIVERSE CINEMA: TBFF Celebrates Five Years of Diverse Film Screenings

BY ALYSSA MAHADEO Cinematography, the art and creation of making motion pictures began in the late 1800’s. The concept of creating moving pictures to visually...

Let’s Celebrate And Integrate

BY: KATHY MCDONALD “Di brunch di Boonoonoonos fi tru” The 19th annual festivity put on by the Jamaican Canadian Association was well attended and just...

Anne Cool Among Black Trailblazers Honoured At BBPA Black Roots Bear Fruit Event

BY: JELANI GRANT The BBPA (Black Business and Professional Associates) honoured three historic members of the black community as a part of their Black Roots...

The Toronto Black Film Festival Announces Full 2017 Programming

BY ALYSSA MAHADEO  For the past five years Toronto has been host to one of the biggest film festivals to represent the diversity of our...

Our Legacy

BY ALYSSA MAHADEO  Everyone must leave something behind when they depart from this world. The greatest legacy that we can pass on to the next...

Wuk Up Your Waist at Caribbean Movements By Kay-Ann Ward!

BY: ALYSSA MAHADEO  Whether you like it or not, the rhythm is going to get you. Dance is a performance art form that consists of...

Yantics Presenting New Platform for Youth, By Youth

BY: JELANI GRANT When considering the online spaces available to Toronto youth, not many examples can be presented. Especially not social networks designed specifically for...

Professional Development

4 Keys to Unlock Your Big Dreams

BY: KEISHA JOHNSON 1. Own your big dream – The very first step to fulfilling your big dream is accepting personal responsibility for your dream....

How Tragedy Propels Triumph

BY: KEISHA JOHNSON Natalie Hope-Selkin was comfortable in her career as an in-house counsel with one of Canada's largest insurance firms until she found herself...

First Quarter Check In

BY: KEISHA JOHNSON We’ve come to the end of the first quarter of the year, a traditional checkpoint for your goals. How are you progressing...