Tiffany Ford is the newest Toronto District School Board (TDSB) Trustee and she says she is on a mission to ensure the betterment of Jane and Finch Community.
Janet Campbell’s second illustrated children’s book Purpose Finds His Gift encourages parents to help children discover and nurture their talents early.
The Jamaican government says it is prepared to assist local investors wishing to explore opportunities in Cuba
Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit Tuesday described as a “malicious rumour” reports that he is sick
Police say a Jamaica-born Home Depot employee shot and killed a supervisor
Remittance inflows from the Jamaica-Canada Employment Programme contributed Cdn$15.5 million (approximately $1.7 billion) to the Jamaican economy during 2014.
Montego Bay is set to host the Canadian Kids Play and Youth Outlook (KPYO) Youth Day family festival for young aspiring artistes
Lloyd Wilks has taken charge as Jamaica’s new Consul General to Toronto, Canada.
When Jamaica-born, Britain-based cultural theorist, Stuart Hall, died at the age of 82 in February 2014, he was lionised for being one of the founding figures of the New Left
The New York based-advocacy group, The Black Institute, (TBI) has published a text that serves as a compendium of data
New York City this week rolled out its new municipal ID programme (IDNYC)
For the first time January 21 will be recognised as Lincoln Alexander Day across Canada.
A man who robbed former prime minister Tillman Thomas last December, has been sentenced for six months
The Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority said bodies of Larry Glazer, a real-estate executive from Rochester, New York, and his wife have been recovered
The Trinidad-based Caribbean Airlines says it is “working with industry authorities” to probe into a near collision