He is known as the accomplished Award Winning Gospel artist VaShawn Mitchell, whose name spans the globe; however, his journey to success wasn’t without its challenges.

Meet The Original Saccha Fierce!

Thursday, 04 December 2014 00:00 Written by
You may not be able to see her in James and the Giant Peach, because tickets are selling so well, that they have already extended the show to January 2015. Saccha Dennis acts, sings and has performed in several productions across Canada, including We Will Rock You , Ragtime, My Fair Lady and Maria Severa.

Braids For Aids: Tackling HIV In The Black Community

Saturday, 29 November 2014 00:00 Written by
Stachen Frederick founded the BrAIDS for AIDS organization after feeling burdened by what she saw as an oppressive, imperialist method of addressing HIV/AIDS in the African/Caribbean community.
You’ve probably seen her as a series regular on Flashpoint as the fierce Leah Kerns, decked out in swat police gear. Or maybe you recognize her from the horror movie Saw 3D, or possibly the Toronto based series The Listener.

"Don't Let Money Motivate You"

Tuesday, 18 November 2014 00:00 Written by
Every Saturday night on G98.7FM, without fail, between 7pm to 10pm, Karl the Hitman Marshall treats oldies lovers to the musical gems that had them dropping dance moves like the prep, the worm and electric slide as teenagers.

Revealing The Women Behind Popular Poem "Woman of Colour"

Wednesday, 12 November 2014 00:00 Written by
Craig Doyle Henry also known as CDH Live is an accomplished poet, producer, songwriter and rapper who has thrilled audiences across North America including New York City, Chicago, Atlanta and Toronto.
There are over 475,000 people who identify as African/Caribbean/Black living in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). Our experiences often vary, depending on the city of residence and financial status.
Selwyn Rouse is a seasoned, award winning and well respected tutor in Ontario who has dedicated the last 24 years of his life to bettering the lives of children in his community.
October 16 marks the 46 anniversary of the day when Olympic medalists John Carlos and Tommie Smith raised their black, gloved fists in a silent protest during the 1968 Olympic Games.
Black people represent a significant portion of technology consumption, but only a small fraction of the community is behind the development of this technology.