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We have a candid conversation with Daniel Maveneka, Principal and Jonathan Hood, Director of Outreach for Ontario Online schools about how their school offers senior high school credit courses including some special ones that are needed in these current times. They offer an accredited Ontario high school curriculum. Their multicultural team is to provide affordable […]

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We speak with Judy Grandison; President of Camp Jumoke, a special camp for children living with Sickle Cell Disease. Since 1994, Camp Jumoke has been a special place for children living with Sickle Cell Disease (SCD). We have sent well over 600 Canadian children to summer camp. For the families, the cost of camp represents […]

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The Soul Journey is an initiative of the Black Education Awareness Committee of the Children’s Aid Society of Toronto. The committee is composed of staff, volunteers, and foster parents that aim to provide educational and cultural awareness opportunities for African Black Caribbean Canadian youth in care.

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We got a chance to meet Dr. Juliet Daniel who was an award winner at the UWI Alumni Gala in Toronto. Not only is she is a leading professor in cancer research, she is also the inventor of the Kaiso Gene which is helping with the fight to find a cure for cancer.

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We got to experience the local way of life in San Nicolas City where we attended Island Fest. This event takes place in the heart of the San Nicolas City where the sun rises and the most spectacular murals are visible. We welcome all visitors to fully explore the night with live music, spectacular historical […]

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We chat with Aruba Carnival Road piece Champion; Jairo Grant, who was sponsored by Digicel.

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We visit The Blue Nile Falls is a waterfall on the Blue Nile river in Ethiopia. It is known as Tis Abay in Amharic, meaning “great smoke.” It is situated on the upper course of the river, about 30 km downstream from the town of Bahir Dar and Lake Tana.

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Author, Activist and Entrepreneur – Freeway Ricky Ross discusses how he won his case, the 3 strikes rule, Mass Incarceration for Non-Violent Drug Offences, Transferable Skills and the growing Cannabis industry in Jamaica at Canex Jamaica; Montego Bay with Alain P. Arthur; host of Caribbean Vibrations TV.

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