Lucy Oneka

Lucy Oneka

Lucy Oneka is the daughter of former diplomats to China. She was born in Beijing where she spent some of her childhood.  In addition to being of African and Jewish descent, Lucy is a true cosmopolitan citizen having lived on three continents.  

She is a two time semi-finalist of the prestigious UK Song Writing Contest, a playwright, and a journalist.  Lucy has covered many stories for Toronto based newspapers such as the East York Observer, the Scarborough Observer, and the Toronto Observer. She has also served as a college TV news field producer and a photographer.

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A huge highlight of the Pan Am Games was Tuesday's historic win for Canada's womens basketball team. 
Tamara Gordon is a young lady who has been making a difference, a difference which has not gone unnoticed.
It began as a meeting of great minds and Women United Network was born. This annual event created by three friends, Makini Smith, a realtor and CEO, Angel Deen of Angel Fit & Healthy, and Monique Prince, founder of Beauty Seekrets empowers business women to reach their full potential. 
Ricky Neckles is a Grenadian-born Canadian entrepreneur, mechanical engineer, software developer, public speaker and community servant.

ReelWorld Film Festival Opens In Toronto

Monday, 02 March 2015 00:00
You may remember her as Dr. Olivia B. Winters on the hit soap opera The Young and the Restless, but Tonya Williams is also known for her hard work and multi-contributions to the film industry via the ReelWorld Festival.
Waleed Abdulhamid is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, vocalist, producer and film-maker. He was born in Sudan and began performing at the age of 6. Abdulhamid who teaches at Humber College has toured Egypt, Syria, Kuwait and Emirate, and is known for incorporating traditional rhythms into popular music from Sudan.
For Canadian author Lawrence Hill, the journey from page to screen was an emotional rollercoaster ride beginning with the very title, The Book of Negroes. 
Acting came in a rather unusual way for Jamaican-Canadian actor Lyriq Bent. It wasn’t a matter of following his dreams but of dreams following him.
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