If you want to support restaurants owned by black business owners, Montrealers have compiled a thorough list.
Outstanding cast and visionary director bring this piece to the Segal.
Does the phrase “Person of Color” ignore the experiences of individual racial and ethnic groups in North America?
This new event celebrates leadership, talent, and humanitarian work by giving an award to Miss Black Inspiration.
Canadian Broadway — music, dance, great acting, great script! Adventures of a Black Girl has it all.
The comedians at these two Just for Laughs galas were as varied as they were funny.
Poverty, drugs, and complicated relationships at heart of show that could take place as easily in 1936 as today.
Get ready for this sizzling all-black-comedian line-up.
This powerful documentary looks at historic and contemporary images of African Americans.
Starting out as the Haitian film festival, Montreal’s International Black Film Festival is bigger than ever with an appearance by Spike Lee and other events.
Catwalk of fashion from student designers at La Salle College. Photo journal by Magali Crevier here.