Marci Ien named Minister for Women, Gender Equality and Youth
Community News

Marci Ien named Minister for Women, Gender Equality and Youth

Community favorite Marci Ien recently named by Justin Trudeau as Minister for Women, Gender Equality and Youth now stands as Canada’s second Black female cabinet minister. Her appointment to...

Carib rebrands with a Caribbean Party
Entertainment

Carib rebrands with a Caribbean Party

It is common knowledge that each Caribbean island is unique, distinct and rare in its own way. But when it comes to music, Jamaica and Trinidad are the two...

Gemma Raeburn-Baynes launches Gem’s Tea
Community News

Gemma Raeburn-Baynes launches Gem’s Tea

After more than six decades of coordinating a variety of community events and initiatives, Gemma Raeburn-Baynes has launched what she describes as her legacy project, Gem*s Tea, a brand...

Remembering General Colin Powell
Special Features

Remembering General Colin Powell

On the morning of Monday October 18, the world received news of the passing of General Colin Powell. His family made the announcement via Facebook that Powell who was...

Caribbean countries under pressure from COVID-19
Caribbean News

Caribbean countries under pressure from COVID-19

Over the past month or two, COVID-19 has been putting a beating on the Caribbean. With infections and fatalities skyrocketing at unbelievable rates in several countries across the region,...

Celebrate Emancipation Day virtually on Aug.1
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Celebrate Emancipation Day virtually on Aug.1

The prime ministers of several Caribbean islands will share messages of empowerment on Sunday August 1, when the Caribbean Coalition Network of Montreal hosts it first major event, a...

Surviving From Montreal To Nashville And Back
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Surviving From Montreal To Nashville And Back

“You know what’s interesting to me about the south? It’s actually more integrated than any other northern city I lived in”. Singer/songwriter Allison Russell was explaining to me for...

Mighty Sparrow Speaks And It’s Music to Our Ears
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Mighty Sparrow Speaks And It’s Music to Our Ears

The Spice Island Cultural Festival in Montreal is back on July 10, with another virtual edition that is sure to delight your ears and taste buds alike. On that...

Celebrate  Grenada’s Independence Virtually on Feb. 7
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Celebrate Grenada’s Independence Virtually on Feb. 7

The Spice Island Cultural Day Association of Quebec (SICDAQ) and the Grenada Nationals Association of Montreal (GNAM) have joined hands to celebrate the 47th Anniversary of Grenada’s independence under...

Volcanoes keep Residents of SVG and Martnique on alert
Caribbean News

Volcanoes keep Residents of SVG and Martnique on alert

Scientist at the University of the West Indies Seismic Research Centre (UWI-SRC) and the National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) are keeping a close watch on two volcanoes in the...