Thirty-five-year-old Abdalmalik Wahab had been imprisoned at Guantanamo Bay for nearly 14 years without charge
The Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO) welcomes Ontario’s revised Health and Physical Education Curriculum
New Yorkers will be in for a classical treat during Black History Month
Despite a presence in Canada that dates back farther than Samuel de Champlain’s first voyage
Eight years ago when the Brampton, Ontario-based Knowledge Bookstore officially opened its Pan African Museum, it did so as an extension of its mission to provide “a journey of ‘self-knowledge’
The Government of Canada has announced a major investment to support the City of Toronto as it implements Housing First
he current issues facing the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) are revealing gaps in how the provincial government is funding education and supporting community services
On February 6, Bob Marley Day was celebrated in Toronto; as part of the celebrations
The 3rd annual Toronto Black Film Festival (TBFF) aims to encourage the development of the independent film industry and to promote more films on the reality of black people from around the globe.
The beginning of February marks Black History Month. It gives us an opportunity to explore and celebrate the rich African-Canadian history that has helped build our city."