Women United Network Business Showcase

Thursday, 27 February 2014 15:28 Written by
A female focused business showcase event. 
Kwame grew up in Toronto playing hockey in the streets like most other Canadian kids.
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 ByBlacks.com 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.
Sunday February 9, 2014, inside the Rose theatre, six Black comedians take on Brampton. Hosted by Jay Martin, the show also features headliner Keesha Brownie, Trixx, Andrew Searles, Zabrina Chevannes and Sharif. We had an opportunity to speak with Sharif about his comedy style, his inspiration Bill Cosby, and other amazing comics.
El Jones is one of the headliners for the upcoming Dwayne Morgan produced poetry series, When Sisters Speak. She is an energetic, outspoken activist, who addresses a  lot of systemic race related issues in Canada.
YPF provides a space called the Ujima House, where men from the African Diaspora can come and feel supported by their peers. Ujima is Swahili for Collective Work and Responsibility.
ByBlacks.com spoke with Shereen Ashman, Entrepreneurship Programs Coordinator at Commummity Empowering Events (CEE), about the upcoming event Signature Style, to talk about the work the organization is doing in the GTA.

TE Media

Wednesday, 12 June 2013 20:00 Written by
Originally formed as Taffe Entertainment back in 2009, Taffe Entertainment was re-branded as TE Media in 2012. TE Media operates as a digital media production company - actively developing and producing multi-platform content (film, television, mobile, gaming). Currently TE Media's development slate includes several formats, features and interactive documentaries.