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Stanford Amofa's Canadian experience

Stanford Amofa’s Canadian experience

Africans living in Canada face a lot of problems like immigrants all over the world.Some have been able to overcome those problems and lead a very happy (...)

| February 2008 | 926 views

Diversity Celebrations Expand in the Valley

As Abbotsford grows as a city, so does its diverse community. Residents of the city feel that the time has come for a formal recognition of Black History (...)

| February 2008 | 987 views

Black History Market, Vancouver, Canada

Black History Market, Vancouver, Canada

Centre of Integration for African Immigrants /CIAI Centre d’Intégration pour Immigrants Africains /CIIA 640 Clarkson Street, New Westminster, BC, (...)

| February 2008 | 1484 views

Afro-Celebrations Club show in Burnaby

Afro-Celebrations Club show in Burnaby

December 29th 2007 Afro-Celebrations Presents New Year’s Dance. Joe Amouzou and The Safari League. DJ/MC: Clement Apaak Venue: Eastburn (...)

| December 2007 | 1249 views

TPAFF and Black History Month

TPAFF and Black History Month

The dialogue resumes in February 2008! TPAFF begins its Black History Month celebration in Burnaby at the Shadbolt Centre for the Arts, and will travel to (...)

| December 2007 | 1057 views

Paul Mulangu's Canadian Experience

Paul Mulangu’s Canadian Experience

By Laura Jansen. After six years in a Zambian refugee camp, Paul Mulangu and his two children arrived in Vancouver, as francophones with little to no (...)

| December 2007 | 1235 views

Harper Still Has a Long Way to Go on Africa

Harper Still Has a Long Way to Go on Africa

By Clement Abas Apaak. Let me close the year with a commentary on the role and position of the most influential Canadian when it comes to Canada-Africa (...)

| December 2007 | 809 views

The Resurrection of ‘Tornado'

The Resurrection of ‘Tornado’

By Lisa Borgoni We live in an age of opportunity. All around the world there are countless prospects for people attempting to break out into the business (...)

| December 2007 | 1161 views

CCFSL seminar in Toronto

Concerned Citizens & Friends of Sierra Leone (CCFSL) Present The Circle of Slavery In Honor of the Bicentenary Commemoration Honoring our People, (...)

| December 2007 | 894 views