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David Rudder To Be Honoured By UWI

David Rudder To Be Honoured By UWI

Photo above is of David Rudder toying with a cricket ball. Photo credit: davidmichaelrudder.com. PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad CMC – Ajax resident, Calypsonian David Rudder, is among eight Trinidad and Tobago nationals, who will be honoured by the St. Augustine ...

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Senator Don Meredith Kicked Out Of Conservative Caucus

Senator Don Meredith Kicked Out Of Conservative Caucus

Photo above is of Senator Don Meredith, who received an ACAA Excellence in Politics award in 2011. By Neil Armstrong PRIDE Contributing Writer OTTAWA, Ontario — Don Meredith, the first ever Jamaican to serve in the Senate of Canada and fourth ...

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Ontario Court Rules In Favour Of Racial Profiling Plaintiff

TORONTO, Ontario – Last week Monday, June 15, Ontario’s Divisional Court released its decision in the racial profiling case of Aiken v. the Ottawa Police Services Board (OPSB). In this case, the African Canadian Legal Clinic (ACLC) successfully argued before ...

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Spirit Of Mandela Celebrated With Defiance

Spirit Of Mandela Celebrated With Defiance

Photo above is of members of the Mandela Legacy Committee taking a break. Photo by Brandon Hay. By Neil Armstrong PRIDE Contributing Writer TORONTO, Ontario — Brilliant sunshine enlivened the Spirit of Mandela Freedom Walk, led by students from Nelson ...

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Black Government Leaders Meet For First Time

Black Government Leaders Meet For First Time

In photo above are, from left to right: Senator Don Meredith, Ontario; Emmanuel Dubourg, MP, Bourassa, Quebec; Tyrone Benskin, MP, Jeanne-Le Ber, Quebec; Tony Ince, Minister of Communities, Culture and Heritage, N. S.; Stephen Gough, MLA, Sackville-Beaver Bank, N.S.; Granville Anderson, ...

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Toronto Black Business Survey Launched

TORONTO, Ontario — For the first time in Toronto, several leading Black organizations have partnered to survey the Black business community, in an attempt to get a clear understanding of how many Black-led businesses are in the city. The organizations ...

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