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We chat with Wayne Issacs of Green Stripe Naturals about the Cannabis Industry in Jamaica and Canada. Wayne Isaacs is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer, of Green Stripe Naturals. Green Stripe Naturals was formed to take advantage of the tremendous worldwide opportunities in medicinal cannabis.  It has focused its efforts in developing premium cannabis […]

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We have a sneak peek at our exclusive interview with Angela James, the first Black woman inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. She tells us her thoughts on being a hockey player, her love of the game, and why it’s important to speak out in difficult situations especially in regards to racial injustice. She […]

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We talk to Playwright Troy Crossfield of Crossfield House Productions about their play “A Little White Lie,” the film “Silence of the Land” and why showing all sides of the black male experience Is important.

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Mark Brown from the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU) explains the history and struggles of black workers in Canada and the purpose of the CBTU.

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We spoke with Yolanda Mclean, Diversity Vice-President, Racialized Workers for The Canadian Union of Public Employees, Canada’s largest union who tells us about her own experience with racism and how her union helped her to get justice in the workplace.

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We speak with Andria Babbington, Vice President, of the Toronto & York Region Labour Council about why she saw the need not just to be a member of a union but to be a leader in the movement.

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We chat with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 353 Business Manager Steven Martin about the benefits and opportunities that come with being a member of their union. We also speak with Kimoy Francique, a 15-year journeyperson who is also a fire alarm technician about her journey in the trades. ABOUT IBEW Local 353 […]

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We speak with Symone Walters from Toronto Community Benefits Network about their Nex Gen Builders Program which connects youth from Black, Indigenous, and newcomer communities, who are in the process of preparing for work or who have been recently employed as apprentices or professionals in the construction industry with people from their respective communities who […]

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