Imagine your son is murdered and you are horrified to find out that it’s your best friend’s son who killed him.
  Guests at the 2017 Atoms of Fashion event on September 9th were blown away by the “Artifice” collection designed by Rhonique Ballantyne.
Toronto stylist Bismark Adomako has been turning heads in the fashion industry with his distinctive looks. If you weren’t aware of this bespoke gentleman’s unique style, here are five reasons you should be paying attention.

Representation Matters, KIDS SWAG Makes It Easy

Sunday, 03 September 2017 16:33 Written by
With school re-opening this week, many parents hit the malls and online retailers to purchase everything from notebooks to backpacks to get their little ones ready for the school year.
There was a time when educator & historian Natasha Henry knew more about Jamaica and its history than that of Blacks in Canada.
“I have to walk the walk if I’m talking the talk,” says Ashley Alexis McFarlane on the transformation of OMI Woods into an eco-friendly, sustainable special occasion brand.
If you asked Kadeem Kyle Faustin a decade ago what his number one life aspiration was, the 14-year-old Faustin would have said, “To be the greatest dancer known to man!”
Ella Cooper is many things. She's an interdisciplinary artist and educator, working in both photography and video, as well as being the founder of Black Women Film! Canada.
Bili Balogun knows that entrepreneurship is no walk in the park. “Entrepreneurship will definitely drag you through the dirt before your company takes off. Literally, the worst things that can happen will happen.”
Djanet Sears is a woman who needs no introduction. The award-winning playwright, director, producer and actor made history in 1990 when her theatre anthology Afrika, Solo became the first published play by a Canadian woman of African descent.