On April 6th 2018, I had the opportunity and privilege to present an oral paper and submit a poster presentation at the, “Remember Me-The Changing Face of Memorialization” Conference (April 4th to 7th), in Hull, UK.
The first leaders debate for the Ontario provincial election kicked off at the Jamaican Canadian Association Centre last night in Toronto.
Jamil Jivani was basking in hard-earned success until a cancer diagnosis came out of the blue, on Family Day weekend.
The Acadia Art Gallery is exploring the Black Press tradition in Nova Scotia with an exhibit put together by recent Acadia graduate Sawyer Carnegie.
It should have been relatively straightforward. A recent arrival from Nova Scotia, Princewill Ogban went to a Service Ontario office in Hamilton to get his health card.
Talks of a ‘Vegas-like’ entertainment complex coming to Pickering, Ontario have been happening since 2014.
The Canadian government should apologize and pay reparations to descendants of Black people who were slaves in Nova Scotia before Canada became a country, Black history experts told a Senate committee.
The co-founders and team at ByBlacks.com celebrated their fifth year in business in festivities that included past and present contributors, advertisers and dozens of people who have been featured over the years in the magazine.
There was once a day, not too long ago, when the concept of an online retailer completely displacing traditional brick and mortar stores was a foreign thought. Enter Amazon.
Justin Trudeau says it’s time Canadians acknowledged that racism and unconscious bias against Black people exist in this country.
The Toronto Black Film Festival has unveiled its extraordinary line-up for the 2018 edition and it includes a screening of Oliver Jones | Mind Hands Heart on Feb. 16.