About Us: The Caribbean Camera

Founded in 1990, Caribbean Camera Newspaper is a trusted source of news, information, and community engagement for the Black and Caribbean communities in Toronto, Canada. With a rich history spanning over three decades, we have established ourselves as a prominent publication dedicated to representing and uplifting the diverse voices within our community.

At Caribbean Camera, we believe in the power of journalism to inform, inspire, and unite. Our team of dedicated journalists and editors strive to provide accurate, insightful, and engaging content that reflects the experiences, triumphs, and challenges faced by the Black and Caribbean community in Toronto. We are committed to amplifying underrepresented voices, shedding light on important issues, and fostering a sense of unity and pride.

Our newspaper is known for its strong editorials that tackle critical topics, sparking thoughtful discussions and encouraging meaningful dialogue. We take pride in our commitment to responsible journalism, ensuring that our reporting is fair, objective, and rooted in journalistic integrity. Through our well-researched articles, interviews, and features, we aim to empower our readers with the information they need to make informed decisions and actively participate in their communities.

One of the hallmarks of Caribbean Camera is our celebration of significant events and milestones within our community. We embrace the rich cultural heritage of the Black and Caribbean diaspora, recognizing and commemorating occasions such as Black History Month, the independence days of various Caribbean countries, and religious festivals such as Christmas, Eid, and Diwali. We understand the importance of these celebrations in shaping our collective identity, and we strive to capture the spirit and vibrancy of these events through our coverage.

Caribbean Camera is also proud to be a strong advocate for cultural preservation and the promotion of diversity. Our coverage of the renowned Caribana festival, now called Carnival, reflects our commitment to highlighting the beauty and significance of Caribbean culture. Through captivating photographs, compelling narratives, and in-depth analysis, we provide our readers with an immersive experience, inviting them to join us in celebrating this vibrant and cherished tradition.

As we continue to evolve in the digital age, Caribbean Camera remains steadfast in its mission to be the voice of the Black and Caribbean community in Toronto. Our commitment to quality journalism, community engagement, and cultural celebration has earned us the trust and loyalty of our readership. We are honored to be a part of the fabric of this dynamic community, and we look forward to serving our readers for many more years to come.

Join us on our journey as we strive to inform, empower, and inspire our community, and together, let us shape a brighter future for all. 

Contact us:

Caribbean Camera Newspaper
Address: 99 Chatfield Drive, Ajax, Ontario L1T 2J4
Phone: 416-412-2905  Ext: 21
Email: anthony@thecaribbeancamera.com