01 Feb 2016

Going Global Can Jump Start The Canadian Economy

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The Canadian dollar has fallen below $0.70 US. Oil prices have dropped below $30, negatively impacting government revenues.

01 Feb 2016

Little Black Lies: When Blacks Agree with Bigots

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It’s painful to watch someone pimp themselves out for a paycheque.

18 Jan 2016

How To Live Off Your Art

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So, it’s happened. You made a name for yourself and have your own brand; you have arrived so to speak into the arena of artists who are called on to lead and organize grandiose projects.

18 Jan 2016

What Should Black Progress Look Like?

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First: Congratulations! For the enormous effort on behalf of the Black community and the larger community that has enabled us to reach thus far.

17 Dec 2015

Blacks in Tech; Mind The Gap

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In January 2015, Google reported that African Americans make up only 2% of their workforce.

18 Nov 2015

Bridging the Technology Innovation Gap in Canada

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According to the World Economic Forum, Canada ranks only 26th in the world for Business Innovation.

09 Nov 2015

The Daniel Holtzclaw Case: The Police Brutality We Don’t Want To Talk About

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At the start of each episode of Law & Order SVU, an ominous voice declares the following: "In the criminal justice system, sexually based offences are considered especially heinous."

05 Nov 2015

A Cabinet That 'Looks Like Canada'? Not So Fast Trudeau!

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Prime Minister Stephen Harper's reign ended Wednesday when PM Justin Trudeau took his oath.

22 Oct 2015

3 Things The Black Community Should Demand From Justin Trudeau

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On Monday, October 19th – Justin Trudeau won the first Liberal majority in 15 years.

16 Oct 2015

Justin Trudeau Defended the Charter Rights of Convicted Terrorists Ahead of Innocent Afro-Canadians

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Within days, Canadians will go to the urns and decide the fate of Prime Minister Stephen Harper, whose reign has lasted a decade.

29 Sep 2015

It Is Not Just Black Men Who Matter

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In recent months, the debates surrounding carding, street checks and deaths of Black civilians in police custody have mobilized an unprecedented mass movement against police misconduct and anti-Black racism within the city of Toronto.

17 Jul 2015

What It's Really Like To Be Part of The Pan Am Games

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A year ago I decided to volunteer at Toronto’s Pan American Games.

16 Jul 2015

Best of The #GrowingUpBlack Trend That Took Over Twitter

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What are some of your fondest memories of childhood in a black household?


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