Rosemary Sadlier has been the president of the Ontario Black History Society (OBHS) since 1993. She is quick to point out that this is not a paid position, but one she voluntarily accepted and embraced.
Redemption Reintegration Services is credited with having one of the lowest recidivism rates in the world for recent young offenders. The founder of this groundbreaking organization is a 30-year-old husband and father of four.
Karlyn Percil, a St. Lucian native and leader in Toronto’s Black Community is hosting the first public SisterTalk event on November 16th.
Three years ago we produced an erotic poetry show called “Freak Nasty” (since then the name has been softened to “The Sweet Spot”). It was a fun show; hosted by a comedian, with live music, fashion show and a DJ, featuring erotic poets from the USA, and a fresh new Canadian erotic poet named Victoria Grant. It was her first time on stage doing erotic poetry (though you wouldn't really have known it). On January 19th she unveils her inner thoughts via her debut book, 47 Kisses.
With the final performance of The Ultimate Sacrifice just days away, we wanted to catch up with one of the lead actors, Sheldon Neil. Not only is he an actor, Sheldon is a signed artist with Redeeming Music Label and will be recording his debut album in November.
November 5-11, 2013, the JNBS Toronto Representative Office hosts JN Canada Real Estate Week, with Developers and Realtors from Jamaica up in Canada, allowing Canadians better access to real estate opportunities in Jamaica. ByBlacks interviewed Chief Representative Officer, Jerrold Johnson about the seminars.
What happens when you mix a street-smart Montreal Born Canadian, with Jamaican roots & the complex diversity of Toronto's cut-throat entertainment scene? You get Keesha Brownie