In 2015, there were over a million small businesses in Canada, with less than half of these businesses partially or solely owned by women.
Ayiba Magazine is pleased to announce its annual celebration of African music, art, fashion, and culture: Mystique Afrique in Toronto.
After the sudden and pathetically reasoned cancellation of Carnival Kingdom in Vaughan this past Caribana weekend, many in the Afro-Caribbean community are wondering if the move was in some way racially motivated.
Online village and Toronto non-profit, Black Moms Connection, will host its 1st annual Black Moms Connection Conference in Toronto on August 13th, 2017. Black Moms Connection Conference is a one-day empowerment conference that will focus on equipping black mothers to increase their social, emotional, and financial well-being.
With Canada celebrating its 150th anniversary, the release of recently published book, “100 Accomplished Black Canadian Women” is perfect for the occasion.
On July 6th, 2017, the CaribbeanTales International Film Festival (CTFF) partnered with the Barbados General Consulate to host the festival’s 12th annual media launch.
On Saturday, June 10, 2017, after a two-year hiatus, AfroChic returned and five hundred people waited in anticipatory silence to see the first artist, Consuelo Herrera.
Good company, good weather and good drinks are the perfect combination during summer and the trio is going to be even sweeter thanks to Brickworks Ciderhouse.
Recently I attended an absolutely beautiful wedding in downtown Toronto at the Liberty Grand Entertainment Complex.