Carib Beer

We visited the New Haven Funeral Centre, an Afro-Caribbean owned business located in West Toronto. We spoke to the Management Team about their Funeral Centre and how they are giving back to the community.

Read more

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 […]

Read more

We speak with Lisa Ridley about her Caribbean Real Estate Concierge service, Rutty Caribbean.

Read more

We attend the Byblacks.com 7th Anniversary where we speak with the creative team behind this amazing website as well as some of the winners of what this award means to them.

Read more

We got to witness history at the 25th Annual First Fridays Boat Cruise in Toronto. First Fridays started in Toronto by Warren Salmon, is a community activity club whose purpose is to organize a monthly activity(s) and/or event(s) that are focused on building and improving upon awareness, networking and information sharing for youth, adults, minority […]

Read more

On this episode we feature Taibu Community Health Centre which is located in the east end of Toronto, Canada. This organization has created programs geared toward the AfroCaribbean and Seniors community to keep our people alive and active for many years to come. 

Read more

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.

Read more

We speak with Dr. Hance Clarke of the Rouge Valley Hyperbaric Medical Centre who tells us about the purpose of the clinic and why he got into medicine and in particular pain medicine.

Read more