Photographers capture the essence of everyday life, document history, often times turning simple moments into art. Lawrence Kerr is one of those photographers with the knack

Barbie, is that you?

Tuesday, 04 March 2014 18:01 Written by
Meet Queen Cee, she’s a wonder woman who customizes dolls to relate to girls of colour.

Women United Network Business Showcase

Thursday, 27 February 2014 15:28 Written by
A female focused business showcase event. 
The Toronto Police is currently considering making it a requirement for every officer to have shoulder mounted cameras.
If you’re a parent to a little boy, you know the drill when it comes to shopping.
Here at we’re always on the lookout for new and interesting businesses run by Black Canadians. We stumbled across The Digital Dossier on LinkedIn and it piqued our interest.
We all have a story to tell.  This is what Monique Anderson fervently believes, and she has channelled this passion into producing distinctive pieces of jewellery, which reflect the essence of their origins. 

JNBS's Jerrold Johnson talks Real Estate

Saturday, 02 November 2013 20:00 Written by
November 5-11, 2013, the JNBS Toronto Representative Office hosts JN Canada Real Estate Week, with Developers and Realtors from Jamaica up in Canada, allowing Canadians better access to real estate opportunities in Jamaica. ByBlacks interviewed Chief Representative Officer, Jerrold Johnson about the seminars.
A few weeks ago I attended a community training event, where one of the presenters was a young lady named Princilla, who runs PABA Cosmetics makeup line.

Exhibit Africa 3rd Anniversary

Wednesday, 04 September 2013 20:00 Written by
What is described as a "Journey into Africa's rich Cultural Heritage and social diversity filled with entertainment,interaction and adventure"; spoke to organizer Christine Piro about this 3rd installment of the Exhibit Africa event.