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Jacqueline McCullough’s Evangelism Reaches Mississauga

By Dwain Wellington Rattray Pride Contributing Editor Spirituality is often an integral part of the Afro-Caribbean experience. Whatever the required level of involvement, there is an avenue of expression available to all who seek their own truth. Among those serving ...

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Police Need Help In Solving Shooting Deaths Of Black Youth

Police Need Help In Solving Shooting Deaths Of Black Youth

By Neil Armstrong Pride Contributing Writer TORONTO, Ontario – Toronto police are asking residents in the Grandravine Drive/Driftwood Avenue area to contact them regarding the recent shooting death of two Black youths. On August 23 at about1:30 p.m., the police ...

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Jarrett’s JNBS A Bastion Of Corporate Social Responsibility

Jarrett’s JNBS A Bastion Of Corporate Social Responsibility

By Dwain Rattray Pride Contributing Editor TORONTO, Ontario – As the third largest financial institution in Jamaica, and with 139 years of solid record, the Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS) stands as a bastion of responsibility for corporate philanthropy not ...

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Archie Alleyne Scholarships Expanded To Include The Arts

Archie Alleyne Scholarships Expanded To Include The Arts

By Neil Armstrong Pride Contributing Writer TORONTO, Ontario – The Nia Centre for the Arts is teaming up with the Archie Alleyne Scholarship Fund (AASF) to expand the Fund’s program to award scholarships and bursaries to deserving young artists pursuing ...

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Mitzie Hunter Wins By-election

Mitzie Hunter Wins By-election

By Neil Armstrong Pride Contributing Writer TORONTO, Ontario – Mitzie Hunter is the new Member of Provincial Parliament for the Scarborough-Guildwood riding after the Aug. 1 by-election in which she beat out former Toronto city councillor, Adam Giambrone, of the ...

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Carnival Organizers Saddened At Death Of Teenage Reveller

TORONTO, Canada CMC – Organizers of the Caribbean Carnival parade, here, have expressed “heartfelt sympathies” to the friends and family of a teenage reveller who died after he was reportedly ran over by a float over the weekend. “We are ...

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