For De Grasse making a living goes beyond running

For De Grasse making a living goes beyond running

Andre De Grasse launched his own signature wine at a posh party last Tuesday night, with a strip of red Mondo track and a pair of starting blocks in place of a traditional red carpet. The event drew an eclectic mix of sports celebrities, from swim star Penny Oleksiak to Toronto Raptors forward OG Anunoby […]

Ezra Marfo dies while waiting for stem cell donor

Ezra Marfo dies while waiting for stem cell donor

A two-year-old boy from Lac La Biche, Alta., whose search for a stem cell donor captured hearts and headlines across the country, died Friday as he waited for a match. Ezra Marfo was diagnosed with acute myelogenous leukemia in 2021. His father, Jacob Marfo, became a stem cell donor to help Ezra, but was not […]

Video game, film to immortalize the 1930’s black all-stars baseball team

Video game, film to immortalize the 1930’s black all-stars baseball team

  Reviving and celebrating Ontario history on the baseball field and in a video game! Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG), in partnership with Major League Baseball (MLB), is immortalizing the 1934 Chatham Coloured All-Stars – the first all-Black team to win an Ontario Baseball Association Championship – in a very unique way. OLG and […]

Antigua PM takes UN Security Council to task at UNGA

Antigua PM takes UN Security Council to task at UNGA

Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister, Gaston Browne, on Friday called on the United Nations Security Council to live up to the ideals for which it had been established as he lamented the myriad of challenges confronting the global community, including climate change and the ongoing war in Ukraine. Browne, addressing the 77th session of the […]

Former Grenada army chief during 1983 coup is dead

Former Grenada army chief during 1983 coup is dead

Hudson Austin the leader of Grenada’s People’s Revolutionary Army Forces from 1979-1983, died on Saturday morning following a long illness. Affectionately called “HA”, Austin died at his home. Austin, who was 84, was tried and convicted for causing the death of former Prime Minister Maurice Bishop, some members of his cabinet, and civilians. In 2008, […]

Ex-Honduras first lady jailed for fraud

Ex-Honduras first lady jailed for fraud

A Honduran court has sentenced the country’s former first lady to 14 years in prison on charges of fraud and misappropriation of funds destined for social programs. Rosa Bonilla, wife of former President Porfirio Lobo, spent some 12.2 million lempiras (then worth around $A890,300) meant for low-income children on personal credit card payments, her children’s […]

Bahamas PM Davis accuses international financial regulators of discrimination

Bahamas PM Davis accuses international financial regulators of discrimination

Prime Minister Philip Davis has said there are elements of racism in the motives of developed countries as they push for greater regulation of the financial services sectors of “black-governed” states and former European colonies. In his address to the United Nations General Assemblylast week, Davis said the Bahamian financial industry is one of the […]

Dominica holds one week of celebration of its Kalinago (Carib) people

Dominica holds one week of celebration of its Kalinago (Carib) people

The country’s its first inhabitants To commemorate and honour the resilience of the “last existing indigenous peoples in the world,” Dominica is holding a festive celebration to its first inhabitants—the Kalinago people. This is the 41st edition of the Kalinago Week, a week-long revelry with a variety of activities that highlight the heritage and culture […]

Nominations for Caribbean/Black Impact Awards closes in 3 Days

Nominations for Caribbean/Black Impact Awards closes in 3 Days

    The Caribbean Camera and the Black Indigenous Business Development Association (BIBDA) will present the first annual Caribbean/Black Impact Awards at the Ontario Science Centre in Toronto on November 20. It will celebrate the achievements of outstanding Caribbean and Black people in Canada. Organizers of the event are now seeking nominations for the awards […]

If we can’t get rid of the monarchy, then put it in cold storage

If we can’t get rid of the monarchy, then put it in cold storage

It’s a good guess that even the most fanatical monarchists would have found last Tuesday to be a new day and a welcome relief from the minute to minute, wall to wall coverage of Queen Elizabeth’s funeral. It was 12 days of red-coated, fur – hatted soldiers, bag pipes, besotted crowds, and tender, loving clichés […]