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Thursday, May 24, 2018

Caribbean Culture & Contributions Showcase Set to Amaze

BY EMILY SINGH A Caribbean woman embodies strength, courage, beauty, intelligent, resilience, passion and determination. The Caribbean Women’s Society aims to connect and empower women...

The Race to Find Davey a Match: Urging the Community to Unite

BY EMILY SINGH Ready, set, go. The race to find Davey Rochester a stem cell match is on. At just thirty years of age, Davey...

Another Year of Movement and Success! Toronto Black Film Festival leaves audiences with a...

BY ALYSSA MAHADEO  The 2016 Toronto Black Film Festival (TBFF) started and ended with a bang. With it brought powerful, riveting, masterfully crafted and thought...

Young Leaders Receive Prestigious Lincoln M. Alexander Award

BY EMILY SINGH  The month of February is a time to reflect back on the accomplishments, triumphs and successes of African Americans as we celebrate...

Historica Canada Presents an Evening Celebrating Black Women

BY EMILY SINGH  Black history month is a time to look back into Canada’s diverse past and honour the individuals who courageously took a stand...

We Are One – First Friday’s launches inspiring projects for Black History Month

BY ALYSSA MAHADEO  Born out of a tradition that started twenty two years ago, First Fridays began in Toronto in 1994 and it is one...

MPP Patrick Brown Celebrates the Legacy of Black Canadian Leaders

BY ALYSSA MAHADEO  Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown, is following in the footsteps of great leaders before him, recognizing and celebrating the achievements of Black...

Carrying on the Afro-Caribbean Legacy Jamaican National Building Society launches their 3rd Annual Black...

BY ALYSSA MAHADEO  Encouraging youth development and stimulating the mind of students is the secret behind unlocking their true potential. Challenging them to capitalize on...

KUUMBA FESTIVAL

BY JORDAN MAXWELL Stacey Dash might not think there's a need for Black History Month, but in Toronto the Kuumba Festival proved there is no...

Awareness Day Sheds Light on the High Risk of HIV Infection in Canada’s African,...

BY KEVIN YEBOAH Canada’s second African, Caribbean and Black HIV/AIDS Awareness day is set to be underway this week, in hopes to raise awareness on...

Community News

Enter the MarketZone – TC Business Social presents Networking Opportunities for Everyone

BY: ALYSSA MAHADEO Through steelpan, great music, and even a drop in from Brampton’s Batman, for the past four years, Carib101 Media Group has worked...

Spring into S.H.A.P.E and feel empowered in your own skin

BY: ALYSSA MAHADEO “Imagine a life where you wake up every morning and love your S.H.A.P.E” We’re not talking about your physical shape, but the Spirituality,...

Building lifelong leadership skills at the Confident Leader Conference

BY: ALYSSA MAHADEO "With great power, comes great responsibility." - Voltaire A quote most commonly attributed to Uncle Ben from Spiderman, but originally quoted by...

Legacy Established – The 36th Annual BBPA Harry Jerome Awards; Understanding the Making of...

BY: SIMONE JENNIFER SMITH  “Whatever you are looking for in life is looking for you too. Saul Williams The glitter! The dresses! Men in three-piece suits!...

Trust 15 Gala building safer spaces for Rexdale youth

BY: JELANI GRANT Roughly 500 youths, parents, and business leaders sat down to celebrate the achievements and triumphs of youth in Rexdale at the Trust...