his World AIDS Day, Yves Yomb of Cameroun and the Grandmotherís Advocacy Network (GRAN) were honoured with the 12th Annual Awards for Action on HIV/AIDS and Human Rights.
A Different Booklist, My People Awards 2013, honoured six African/Caribbean Canadians for their outstanding literary contributions to humankind.
Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS) and Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis (TEN) is an extremely rare skin condition, in fact, only 1.6 in a million may develop it
This legislation demonstrates the Governmentís firm commitment to ensuring that Canadians are better protected against online exploitation.
Flags were being flown at half mast in several Caribbean countries as the region continues to mourn the death of Nelson Mandela
Building on the momentum of the launch of Canadaís Start-Up Visa (SUV) Program earlier this year, Canadaís Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander spoke to members
Kudos to Jamaica born, New York resident, Kwayera Archer-Cunningham, executive director and founder of the Brooklyn based community organization, Ifetayo Cultural Arts Academy on being recognised
New Yorkers, known to be cynics are now so more than ever as the City closes the chapter on the Bloomberg Administration and make way for Bill deBlasio as its next mayor. Talk to New Yorkers and you g
A $65 million class action lawsuit brought against Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair and the Toronto Police Services Board (TPSB) by the Black Action Defense Committee (BADC) was served to them
JetBlue on Thursday launched three daily flights to Port au Prince as the airline continues to expand into Latin America and the Caribbean
The Barbados government Wednesday denied reports that it had taken a decision to lay off public workers
Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago have signed an agreement outlining a path to improve free trade and free movement