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Thursday, June 21, 2018

The Value of Self-Evaluation

BY: SIMONE SMITH Greetings Toronto Caribbean readers! It has been an honor writing for the community for the past three years, and I am encouraged...

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...

Philosophy: How Can It Be Used In Our Daily Life

BY: SIMONE SMITH When we think about philosophy, we think about it being weird, boring, and maybe even irrelevant. There are others who find the...

Three Components of a Health Educational Life in the Home

BY: SIMONE SMITH The importance of education has been spoken about time and time again; we all know that knowledge is power; we realize that...

My Educational Utopia

BY: SIMONE SMITH The decision to apply to a university must be seen as a definite and well thought out decision. During the last...

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...

How We Sense Our World

BY SIMONE SMITH How is the Toronto Caribbean Community? I want to thank you for joining me for the second half of How We Sense...

Changes Need to Happen in our Community. Let’s Start Now!

BY SIMONE SMITH Happy New Year Toronto Caribbean Newspaper readers! I am blessed to still be a part of the Toronto Newspaper family, and I...

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...

Foucault’s Governmentality; Understanding Why We Don’t Trust the Government

BY SIMONE SMITH Usually, my column stays away from the political side of things, but with the recent election in the United States, I thought...

Community News

QCAAT hosts annual Father’s Day brunch fundraiser

BY: LEANNE BENN Father’s Day is coming up and many of us would like to appreciate the father and father figures we have in our...

Caribbean women empower & inspire each other to live life their way

BY: ALYSSA MAHADEO Smart, beautiful, strong, and powerful are only some of the attributes used to describe the women filled the room on Saturday, May...

Congress of Black Women of Canada Mississauga and Area Chapter celebrated black excellence in...

BY: ASHELLY SMITH On Sunday, June 10, 2018, Congress of Black Women of Canada Mississauga and Area Chapter awarded nine scholarships in the amount of...

Tis The Season 2018

BY: KATHY McDONALD It’s mind-boggling when you think that we are in the genesis of another graduation season. The provincial elections have come and gone...

Breaking Records

BY: JELANI GRANT With a record number of black candidates running for this year’s Ontario election, the Jamaican Canadian Association invited each of these candidates...