This episode focus on Black Businesses in Toronto, we visit Frontier Fine Cars in Scarborough,
sample some great ice cream from Neales Sweet N Ice, check our friend Michelle at Amani Hair Studio,
receive some great financial tips from Shawn Allen of Matrix Mortgage Global
and we speak with Sheri-Ann &  Charlene,  the sister Team behind Seniors Helpers Markham
who are working to take care of the elders in our community.
In this episode, we are focusing on some local businesses that are still serving our community
in this time of COVID 19.  We speak with Lorraine & Akilah Nelson of Bebes Florals and Gifts,
as well as Judy Grandison; President of Camp Jumoke, a camp for children living with Sickle Cell Disease.
But first up we have a candid conversation with Daniel Maveneka and Jonathan Hood of Ontario Online Schools
about how their school offers senior high school credit courses
including some special ones that are needed in these current times.
This episode is for the moms out there as we celebrate Mothers Day!!
We have a special guest host Chris Delaraosa from Caribbean Pot
who is taking over this episode to show you some great dishes you can make for your mom.
On this episode Chris shows you how to make a quick 20 minute Curry Chicken
and Spinach dish followed by some Ital/Vegan Cook up Rice
and some Guinness Braised oxtails.
This episode is all about the Children’s Aid Society of Toronto  and the agency’s programs
geared towards supporting African, Black, and Caribbean communities within the child welfare system.
We speak with key representatives, individuals and community agencies about the disproportionate
number of African, Black, and Caribbean Families who have been negatively impacted by
the Children Aid Society of Toronto and why these programs are necessary and had to be created.
This episode is all about Caribbean Women in the Business Community.
We speak with Lori Jennings and Abimbola Rafuah at the Shea Moisture Style Bar,
visit the By Blacks 7 year Anniversary Party, speak with Dr. Juliet Daniel
and Dr. Joy Spence at the UWI Toronto Benefit Gala and we get some
financial tips from Jacqueline Correira of Notable Wealth Management,
but first up we stop by New Haven Funeral Centre and chat with
Vice President; Shelley Challenger and Managing Director Shari Yearwood.
On this episode, we speak with two very important people from the islands of Jamaica and Barbados
regarding the Covid-19 Virus and its effects on our local Caribbean communities on the ground.
We talk with Award-Winning Soca Artist, The Queen of Soca herself Alison Hinds from Barbados
and Odessa Chambers; Film/TV Producer & Host of O-Access/Reasonings with Odessa from Kingston, Jamaica.
On this episode we feature perspectives of the Covid-19 Virus  from the islands
of Bahamas & Trinidad. We speak with Jeni Jj McKenzie, Midday Host
of the #1 radio station Kiss FM  in The Bahamas & award-winning journalist;
Laura Dowrich-Phillips; Regional Lifestyle & Culture Manager for Loop Caribbean
to get a first hand account of how each island is dealing with this worldwide pandemic.

This episode is all about our first ever Caribbean Vibrations Real Estate Cruise!

We sailed aboard the Celebrity Summit and visited the islands of St. Thomas,

St. Kitts, Antigua, and Barbados.  In St. Thomas, we took in some amazing scenery

and great food. While in St. Kitts, we visited the beautiful Royal St. Kitts

and in St. Lucia we visited the Harbor Club in Saint Lucia,  where Chef Johann

demonstrates how to make some of his signature family style dishes using local ingredients.

Another stop on our Caribbean Real Estate Cruise is the island of Antigua where we visited Jolly Harbour.

We also stopped in Barbados and took a look at some great real estate opportunities.

Follow us and our group as we tour properties for sale while enjoying some local culinary delights.

This episode is about the booming cannabis industry in Jamaica.
We speak with T’Shura Gibbs of Zimmer and Co, Wayne Issacs of Green Stripe Naturals,
Bo Money of NDICA and Anthony Bailey of HERBS. We also speak with Steven Rivierie
about the effects of the Cannabis Industry on local Jamaican farmers.
On this episode, we look at business opportunities on the island of Aruba.
We attended the first-ever Island Fest,  spoke with Radio personality Ruben Garcia,
checked out the brand new Eagle Aruba Resort & Casino,
chatted with the first-ever female head of the Central Bank, spoke with the Aruba Airport Authority
about how they are constantly working to improve your travel experience.
We also talked to Minister Ruiz-Maduro about the several economic opportunities on the island.
On this episode, we visit the beautiful city of Negril Jamaica.
We know you think you know about Negril but on this episode, our friends at Capital of Casual help us to explore
some hidden gems of the Westmoreland area.  We visit Brenda’s On The Boulevard, a local hotspot with amazing
dishes, we grab a cup of java at Patsy’s Coffeeshop.  If you love the water then you have to take a ride
on Tiki Pon Da Sea and we had an amazing Sunday lime at Sandra’s place.  For all of our music lover friends,
we stopped in at Bourbon Beach and Roots Bamboo for some local reggae music and last but not least
we found Erica’s Hideaway, a quaint restaurant tucked away just of the main road with a great farm
to table program.
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