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Thursday, April 26, 2018

What it Takes to Live for What You Will Die For – Part 2

BY KEISHA JOHNSON  Congratulations to Grant and Trish Browning, owners of Carib101 Media Corp, for putting their skin in the game to create a platform...

Five Tips for Successfully Integrating Into the Canadian Job Market

BY KEISHA JOHNSON  In February I had the opportunity to attend the 13th annual Internationally Educated Professionals, (IEP) conference in Toronto. The one-day forum is...

Three Questions That Help Move a Vision from Dream to Reality

BY KEISHA JOHNSON At the start of the year, there is usually much furor about vision casting. For many of us we have been there,...

Usain Bolt, Michael Jordan and the TCT

BY KEISHA JOHNSON You may have heard it said that success leaves clues and that when the student is ready the teacher appears. My teacher...

End 2015 Strong – Part Two Proven Keys to Fulfilling Goals and Living...

BY KEISHA JOHNSON In this issue we continue with Part 2 of our series on tried and proven keys that successful people have adopted to...

How Ready Are You for Entrepreneurship?

BY KEISHA JOHNSON With the tenuous nature of today’s job market and the ease of starting a business in Canada, the number of persons entering...

Inoculation Against Living in The Past

BY KEISHA JOHNSON Have you ever been in a conversation with someone who on every occasion pivots to the ‘good old days’?  Irrespective of the...

What it Takes to Live for What You Will Die For

BY KEISHA JOHNSON  This space is a place to encourage you in the things that will give you an edge in life to walk the...

Five Keys to Handling Life’s Curveballs

BY: KEISHA JOHNSON When life throws you a curveball, what do you do? How do you respond or react when your plans are threatened by...

Guard Your Financial Well-Being

BY KEISHA JOHNSON If you were to have a financial check-up today where would you fall on the spectrum: healthy, in recovery/fragile or chronically impaired?...

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...