Dr. Mary Anne Chambers to deliver feature address At IMPACT Awards

Mary Anne Chambers

Dr. Mary Anne Chambers, Chancellor of the University of Guelph, will deliver the feature address at the Caribbean/Black Impact Awards 2022 on Sunday.

Eight individuals and two organizations from Toronto’s Caribbean community will be presented with awards at the Ontario Science Centre.

The Caribbean Camera and the Black Indigenous Business Development Association (BIBDA) have organized the awards ceremony to celebrate the achievements of outstanding Caribbean and Black people in Canada.

The following are this year’s awardees:

SPORTS – Tony Sharpe

ARTS & CULTURE -Joel “Connector” Davis


COMMUNITY – The CEE Centre For Young Black Professionals

Impact Awards

HEALTH – The Black Scientists’ Task Force on Vaccine Equity

CARNIVAL ARTS – Louis Saldenah

MENTAL HEALTH – Sherrie Mohammed

BUSINESS – Marcus Davenport ( Sunrise Caribbean Restaurant)

EDUCATION – Kandy Samsundar and Colleen Russell-Rawlins

Providing major support for the event are three organizations: The Carpenters’ District Council of Ontario, The Toronto Community Benefits Network and The Federation of African Canadian Economics.