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About a month ago, Walied Khogali, a community organizer and activist made news headlines in local and national Canadian media. Simply because he had the courage to speak out, and “interrupt” Doug Ford at a Somali Canadian Forum.

What we never see on the news is how many new and young workers are injured or killed every year in Canada.

04 May 2018

On January 18th of this year, Willie O’Ree celebrated his 60th anniversary since he broke the NHL’s color barrier with the Boston Bruins in a hockey game against the Montreal Canadiens on January 18, 1958.

It's an opportunity most young musicians only dream of, the chance to attend The Juilliard School in New York City.

When it opens May 4, the Underground Railroad Heritage Center in Niagara Falls will become one of the nation's historical sites to commemorate the journey of freedom seekers to Canada.

(PRESS RELEASE) Ontario is supporting innovative community-based programs designed to provide culturally relevant parenting support to help improve outcomes for Black children, youth and their families.

(PRESS RELEASE) The co-founder and Executive Director of the CEE Centre for Young Black Professionals, Dr. Kofi Hope, informed the CEE Board that he will be stepping down by the summer of 2018, ending a more than 6-year run leading one of Toronto’s most innovative agencies serving Black youth.

Halifax's new poet laureate says everybody has a tale to tell, and for the next two years the accomplished scholar, author and social justice advocate says she'll work to uncover residents' untold stories.

On behalf of the Jamaican Cultural Association of Nova Scotia (JCANS) I take this opportunity to rebut and reject the negative comments of MLA Elizabeth McCrossin against JAMAICA and Jamaicans in particular.

Update: Smith-McCrossin has since apologized for her remarks.

The demographic landscape of Durham Region has changed and is continuing to change.

As a teenager beginning high school in his Ivory Coast homeland, Ismael Mourifié looked around his classroom and understood something was inherently wrong.

The Black Community in Ontario got to ask the hard questions and to hear directly from the leaders of three of the province’s major political parties contesting the June 7 general election.

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