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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  November 22, 2023  Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario – Tomorrow’s Leaders Starting Out (ToLSO), a new micro-grant program for young Canadians ages 15-30 years old funded by Canada Service Corps, […]

TOMORROW’S LEADERS STARTING OUT (TOLSO) LAUNCHES DECEMBER 2ND AT THE KITCHENER WATERLOO CROWNE PLAZA   Read More »

Nigerian Canadians for Cultural Educational and Economic Progress (NCCEEP), hosted a Small Business Expo at the Optimist Community Centre Gymnasium. It was an exciting chance for members of the community

SMALL BUSINESS EXPO (HOSTED BY NCCEEP WINDSOR) Read More »

Jonathan Pinto gets a special preview of this Sunday’s Nigerian feast at the Optimist Community Centre I’ve never tried Nigerian food. So when I came across a “Taste of Nigeria”

JOLLOF RICE. EGUSI SOUP. FUFU! GET A TASTE OF NIGERIA THIS SUNDAY IN WINDSOR Read More »

Omoluabi is a free bilingual publication with nine planned issues, doubling as an anti-violence campaign. Omoluabi, means “a child of character” in the Nigerian language of Yoruba. It is also

AFRICAN-CANADIAN NEWSPAPER BACK IN PRODUCTION AFTER 15-YEAR HIATUS Read More »

Windsor Morning with Nav Nanwa is your coffee companion to get your day going. Tune in for the latest news, weather and traffic from Windsor and Essex County. And stay

SOKONI – THE MARKETPLACE VENDORS INTERVIEWED BY CBC RADIO ‘WINDSOR MORNING’ HOST NAV NANWA Read More »

NCCEEP EXECUTIVDIRECTOR MAKES APPEARANCE ON LOCAL PODCAST WE Speak (Windsor Essex Speaks), is a local podcast network, located in the heart of Ford city at 998 Drouillard Road. Last Sunday,

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