PK and the game of Hockey
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PK and the game of Hockey

Poor thing, Pierre Karl Subban was eventually bowed out of the game to which he dedicated his life. In a tweet released on September 20, he professed his love...

‘Flex To Launch’ offers a hand up
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‘Flex To Launch’ offers a hand up

Young Black men are the target of a new project aimed at pulling them out of the doldrums. ‘Flex to Launch’ is hinged on data from Statistics Canada that...

RISING STAR KYRA MILAN
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RISING STAR KYRA MILAN

A heart of compassion, business smarts, a kind demeanour and sheer brilliance are some of the qualities one will find when interacting with 10-year-old Kyra Milan Brown. The tween...

Backstage at Carnegie Hall opens on September 23, at Centaur
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Backstage at Carnegie Hall opens on September 23, at Centaur

It’s early evening at Carnegie Hall in December 1939, and pioneering jazz guitarist Charlie Christian (1916-1942) is about to take to the stage with a white clarinettist for a...

Montrealer creates the “Riddim”  the flavors Tobago carnival
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Montrealer creates the “Riddim” the flavors Tobago carnival

A few months ago, in the midst of the pandemic, we met Michael Ramroop O’Sobrian hunkered down in his studio creating music and building his musical brand. As always,...

Trinidad and Tobago 60th Independence  celebration and reflection
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Trinidad and Tobago 60th Independence celebration and reflection

On August 30, 1962 then premier, Dr. Eric Williams delivered a message to the youth of Trinidad and Tobago: You are the future; we are at best the present,...

The Morning Detour owns Friday morning radio
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The Morning Detour owns Friday morning radio

There are many reasons why a growing cross-section of Montrealers is tuning in to The Morning Detour show on CKUT 90.3 FM every Friday from 7 AM to 9AM....

UNIA: Rooted in the Past, Eyes on the Future
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UNIA: Rooted in the Past, Eyes on the Future

The United Negro Improvement Association (Montreal Chapter 334) was launched in 1919 by The Honourable Marcus Mosiah Garvey, will take a step forward in its rebuilding process when it...

Meet David Archer an anti-racist psychotherapist
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Meet David Archer an anti-racist psychotherapist

Identifying as an anti-racist psychotherapist carries special meaning for Montrealer David Archer. “I became the therapist that I wanted to meet,” he says. “And what led me to that...

T.O’s Joy Lapps launched Girl in the Yard on July 8
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T.O’s Joy Lapps launched Girl in the Yard on July 8

Toronto’s ace pannist and composer, Joy Lapps offers her first full-length album, Girl in the Yard, which was launched on July 8 as a tribute to the many women...