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Thursday, April 26, 2018

The Bigger Picture – Part 3

BY SIMONE SMITH  “Our vision must be big enough to inspire and challenge us, but always beyond our reach. Our vision must also be realistic...

The Bigger Picture – Part 2

BY SIMONE SMITH  Toronto; stand up! I am so proud of the readers of The Toronto Caribbean Newspaper. You have been loyal to the newspaper...

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...

Self-Handicapping Habits

BY SIMONE SMITH  Welcome back reader’s. I hope that I have kept you on your toes since the last article. We have begun a series...

I Feel Stuck! Could it be me?

BY SIMONE SMITH So you are at a point in your life where things have become pretty routine: you get up, follow a morning routine,...

The Struggle with Forgiveness

BY SIMONE SMITH  I have personally been struggling with an aspect of my life and I wanted to share it with my readers and the...

Abuse! The Unspoken Issue Within the Community

BY SIMONE SMITH Abuse! This one word has remained misunderstood by many. Why? Well, everyone’s thoughts about what constitutes abusive behaviour are different. Diana Matheson...

Attending to Stress! Take a Look Within

BY SIMONE SMITH Stress has always been something that many can relate to because we all feel it; unfortunately, many of us are unable to...

Now That We Know Better, Let’s Do Better!

BY SIMONE SMITH  Happy New Year Toronto Caribbean Family! I am happy that many of you have had the opportunity to celebrate this New Year!...

Toilet Training; A Parents Worst Nightmare, Part 1

BY SIMONE SMITH This week, we will be continuing with our series on Persuasive Development Disorders; we are going to target a subject that is...

Community News

Tree of Hope. 16th annual We Believe Gala bringing awareness and hope for change

BY: JELANI GRANT  Throughout the night guests filled out their donation cards and had a ribbon signed with their name displayed on stage. The ribbons...

‘Take d Milk, Nah?’ Shines light on the question of identity

BY: ALYSSA MAHADEO Who am I? How can I prove to the world who I am? Why do I have to prove my identity to...

Get ready to be FLOOR’D

BY: DELLIA RISMAY Raw energy. Blissful. Unique. These are just some of the words Natasha Powell, the artistic director and choreographer behind FLOOR’D uses to...

Head Girl play tackles difficult issues through comedy

BY: JELANI GRANT Presented by Real Queens Productions, Jamaican playwright Paul O. Beale debuted, The Head Girl, at the Jamaican Canadian Association. Robert Gordon, Kameka...

CACD Rewarded for volunteer excellence at awards ceremony

BY: KRISTINA RAMCHARRAN  In recognition of those using their spare time to create betterment in the community, the Volunteering Service Awards were created. The awards...