We are happy to partner with CIBC on this special episode where we profile stories of Business Success in the Afro Black Caribbean Community in Canada. We speak with Kerin John, the creative force behind blackownedto about what motivated her to start her own company which raises the profile of black-owned businesses in our community.

This segment is powered by Intuit QuickBooks Canada, we are featuring Black women in business. We feature Melika Hope, Head of Product, Small Business & Self Employed Group at Intuit Canada & Amateur powerlifter! A ninth-generation Canadian who is proud of her background as an Antiguan woman, Hope believes in levelling the playing field for small businesses and the self-employed. She shares her unique perspective on how AI-driven solutions and insights into Cash Flow can provide small businesses with the knowledge,  they need to make informed decisions for the future.

Today on Family Day in Canada, we want to recognize all the families. We also want to big up all the families working together in business to help our community prosper.

This segment is powered by Intuit QuickBooks Canada, we salute the mother-daughter duo of Sade & Rachel Lambo, the brains behind the all-natural skincare line, Sade BaronIt all started when Mom Sade began searching for the right natural oils to cure her child’s dry skin.

Encouraged by her daughter Rachel and relying on her medical background, Sade would go on to expand the line to include handmade soaps & fragrances.

Check out Dominica Carnival where we show you the sights and sounds of Mas Dominik. We enjoyed some great Bouyon music, amazing vibes, and rare beauty of the Nature Island!!! Mas Domnik is Dominica’s Carnival, known as the ‘Real Mas’ because it holds true to Carnival traditions of the past. Held at the traditional pre-Lenten time, is a feast of calypso music, Carnival competitions, and activities all leading up to two exciting days of street jump-up. About a month prior to the festivities, Carnival is formally opened with an official Opening Parade and ceremony which highlights the celebrations to come.

Caribbean Carnival is one of the best times of the year. You enjoy Soca music while you dance the whole day around the island. But being out in the sun all day has its drawbacks and you stay hydrated and protect your skin.

We speak with Devaughn Charles from Banana Boat/Hawaiian Tropic who explains with us the best ways to protect your skin and your health all while enjoying Carnival.

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