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    Al Ramsay, TD's Associate Vice President for LGBTQ2+ and Black Customer Segments, is passionate about serving underserved populations in the banking landscape. 

    Across the Canadian music industry, efforts are underway to identify gaps in representation and gain a deeper understanding of the challenges and barriers faced by diverse artists and music professionals on their journey to success.  

    Blueprint: Backing BIPOC Businesses is the company’s new mentorship and grant program designed to support the advancement of 100 BIPOC-owned businesses across Canada.

    The spotlight placed on Black women in the media is often a regurgitation of negative stereotypes. As a result, many Black girls grow up feeling inferior to the images they’re exposed to. It’s almost impossible to discuss Black women and their identity without discussing our hair. My late, great-aunt, who I loved dearly, would always say, “A woman’s hair is her glory.” I HATED that.

    SheaMoisture Canada is finally making a splash in the Quebec beauty market and we couldn’t be happier about it. Women of all types of hair gathered at Restaurant Mélisse in Montreal on Wednesday, as the natural hair care brand transformed the venue into an amazing space where women got together to celebrate being unapologetically natural.

    SheaMoisture Canada, always at the forefront in creating quality hair and personal care products, is at it again!! They’ve just launched 3 new product lines, those being Morigna and Avocado Power Greens, Purple Rice Water and the Hemp Seed Oil product line, all of which were recently unveiled at their Style Bar extravaganza at Jou Jou Hair Salon here in Toronto.

    Just in time for their 2 year anniversary in Canada, SheaMoisture is blessing your 2020 with multi-faceted new collections. Culturally rich and protein-filled green ingredients are at the core of Shea Moisture Canada’s latest offerings.

    Kejeo, a word derived from the Mina language that’s spoken in the West African countries of Benin and Togo, means something that looks beautiful on you. In an industry where an inordinate amount of attention is focused on body image, Kejeo Designs is more interested in making African styles en vogue for the average woman.

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