Pass & Dribble Summer Camp
• A week-long physical fitness and soccer skills development
• Daily practice both on a professional turf field and indoor gymnasium
• Age and Skills alignment (Under 8, 10, 12, and 14)
• Led by Toronto Soccer Association (TSA) certified coaches
• Camp gear: T-Shirt, and Soccer ball
• July 10th – 14th: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
• July 17th – 21st: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
• July 24th – 28th: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
• August 7th – 11th: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
• August 14th – 18th: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Westhumber Collegiate Institute
• 1675 Martin Grove Rd. Toronto, ON M9V 3S3
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• 235 Dixon Road Suite #101, Toronto, ON M9P 2M5
Free Pre-Apprenticeship Plumbing Service Technician Program
Skills for Change support skills building and employment opportunities for more people in skilled trades. This program prepares participants for employment in the Plumbing sector.
• 18 years of age or older
• Eligible to work and study in Ontario
• Newcomer women encouraged to apply
• Must attend in-person classes in Toronto
• Have a Secondary School (Ontario Grade 12) diploma, or equivalent, at or above the general level
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• Phone: (416) 572-0490 ext: 416
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The 12th Annual Afro-Carib Fest
Heritage Skills Development Centre (HSDC) is excited to present the award-winning 12th annual Afro Carib Fest on August 19th & 20th, 2023, at Thomson Memorial Park in Scarborough, Ontario. Join us as we celebrate the culture and diversity of Afro-Caribbean communities and beyond, showcasing our cultural heritage through art, music, dance, and food. The event will engage audiences with live exciting performances and fun-filled, interactive activities that the entire family can enjoy.
• Free Entry!
• Live Performances
• Cultural Parade
• Kids Zone
• Drum Circle
• Dance Competitions
• Exciting Prize Giveaways
• Beer Tent
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GhanaFest – Toronto
GhanaFest is annually celebrated and held around the world in notable cities such as GhanaFest Chicago, New York, and London. The Ghanaian Festival of Arts & Culture has come to symbolize the unity of the community in appreciation of the beautiful culture of the Ghanaian people across Canada and comes as an avenue to showcase businesses and talents in engaging as one interactive celebration.
Ghanaians come from six main ethnic groups: the Akan (Ashanti and Fanti), the Ewe, the Ga-Adangbe, the Mole-Dagbani, the Guan, and the Gurma. The festival will include performances from various ethnic groups. The performances will consist of music, dance, spoken word, drumming, and traditional engagements. The festival will also be graced with Ghanaian symbolic Chiefs, Queen mothers, Princes and Princesses of the chief’s courts in Canada adorned in the most beautiful Ghanaian traditional fabrics, gold ornaments, and other paraphernalia shall take center stage during the celebrations. The festival will be the place where the community comes together under one roof to enjoy the rich culture, food, music, art, and traditions of the Ghanaian people in Canada. The festival IS FREE FOR THE GENERAL Public.
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Canada – Nigeria Trade Expo 2023
The Canada-Nigeria Trade Expo is a week-long event that will allow public and private sector business leaders to meet and form strategic partnerships in key and critical development sectors.
• Agriculture and Supply Chain
• Technology and Innovation
• Housing and Infrastructructure
• Connect with foreign partners in preferred sectors
• Attract foreign direct investment to Nigeria
• Learn about the sectoral potentials and other considerations for investment in Canada
More Info Contacts
• Esther: +2348141301954 | WA: +2348161130461
• Bose Odueke: +1 (647) 247-7932 | WA: +1 (416) 737-8990
• Akin Reju: +1 (416) 733-5506
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About the Celebration: The tradition dates back hundreds of years and was widely indulged by slaves as part of their principal holiday celebration. John Canoe was at its peak in the 18th century but was suppressed by authorities who wanted to dismiss the possibility of slave uprisings.
After emancipation, John Canoe suffered further decline due to non-conformist missionaries who attempted to stamp out pagan amusements and rituals. The John Canoe riots of 1841 resulted from the Mayor of Kingston’s banning of the John Canoe Parade.
Over the years, John Canoe has significantly died out, except for performances at some organized social events. The John Canoe masquerade involves players wearing masks and costumes, and recognition by the public of the characters they represent.
The common characters include the King, the Queen, the man with the house on his head (Ku-Ku), the devil, Belly Woman, the policeman, Cow Head, Head, Warriors, and Dancing Ladies. John Canoe costumes are brightly colored and decked with ribbons, with head-dresses of wire and colored paper. The King and Queen wear costumes of shiny materials and crowns of cardboard covered with silver paper.
The John Canoe tradition is kept alive today mainly through government-sponsored events such as the Jamaica festival.
• Lead Person: Vincent Kwame Boakye
Heart Lake Run 5K will take place at CAA Centre – Sports and Entertainment Complex, 7575 Kennedy Rd South, Brampton, ON L6W 4T2 on Sunday, June 25, 2023, from 8:00 AM. There will also be a 1K Kids Dash and Plogging Walk.
1. Please arrive by 7:00 AM to avoid roads closure starting from 7:30 AM.
2. Plogging means pick up and run or walk. You pick up any trash you see on your way, put it in a trash bag, and run or walk. Plogging is a change of attitude and ploggers are proud garbage collectors who do something for our environment and health before it is too late.
ACTIVE LIVING & CLIMATE ACTION FESTIVAL
The Heart Lake Run will feature Active Living & Climate Action Festival from June 24-25, 2023 with over 80 Vendors, Opening Ceremony, and Conference with 5 Plenary Sessions on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – Good Health & well-being, Zero Hunger, Life on Land, Life below Water and Climate Action.
Hand-in-Hand – African Intergenerational Culture Identity Partnership
Discover traditional African stories and folklore passed down through generations through interactive storytelling sessions.
• Storytelling: Learn about traditional African stories and folklore passed down through generations.
• Music and Dance: Experience the joy and rhythm of African music and dance from different regions and cultures.
• Arts and Crafts: Explore African art and culture through creative projects and activities suitable for children.
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African Canadian Community Youth Workshop
• Confronting Mental Illness and Gun Violence
• June 24th, 2023
• 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
10 Belfield Rd. Etobicoke, ON
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• Ph: (416) 532-2273
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10 Belfield Rd.
Confronting Anti-Black Racism and Islamophobia Conference
The African Canadian Social Development Council presents the “Confronting Anti-Black Racism and Islamophobia”.
• Promoting Equity in Employment
• The Workplace
• September 30th, 2023
4700 Keele St. Toronto, ON
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• (416) 532-2273
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