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Caribbean Camera
Phone: (416) 412-2905
Fax: (416) 412-2134
Email: caribbeancamera@aol.com


Share
Serving the Black and Caribbean communities in the Greater Metropolitan Toronto Area, Share is Canada's largest ethnic newspaper.
Phone: (416) 656-3400
Fax: (416) 656-3711
Email: share@interlog.com


Afro-American Newspaper
With more than 120,000 regular readers, the Afro-American Newspapers is the leading news provider for African-Americans in the Baltimore and Washington, DC Metropolitan area.
Phone: 1-800-AFRO-892
Fax: 1-877 -570-9297



TV PROGRAMMING

Soul Call | CH Montreal
A high-energy show delivering a hip and informative look at the city's Caribbean scene. Join veteran journalist, Peter Anthony Holder for intriguing interviews with members of the Caribbean community. Each show also features an urban report on what's happening in music, entertainment and nightspots with the one-and-only, Inobe. Friday 8:00 p.m. Language: English.

Noir de Monde | CH Montreal
Harry Delva hosts this fascinating show dedicated to Montreal's Haitian community. Now extended to a 60-minute format, Noir de Monde is Montreal's only Haitian TV show. Sunday 6 p.m. Language: Créole and French.

Paysage Afromonde | CH Montreal
Henry Ngaka gets to the point and digs into Montreal's African culture providing inspiring and entertaining interviews and highlights from local events. Tune in to find out what is happening in Montreal's African community. Saturday 8 p.m. Language: French.

Caribbean African Television Network
Caribbean and African Television Network (CATN) will be broadcasting a wide range of programming to meet the needs of Canada's diverse Caribbean and African communities.

Africans in America: America's Journey Through Slavery | PBS
The site features excerpts from the "narratives" of each of the four parts of this television series, suggestions for teachers, maps and illustrations, an extensive archive of excerpts from "historical documents", a list of "general resources" (books, films, etc.), and a brief historiographical essay by Professor Eric Foner of Columbia University on "Slavery and the Origins of the Civil War".


RADIO STATIONS

FLOW 93.5 | Toronto
Toronto's only Hip Hop and R&B station.

CKUT 90.3FM | Montreal
CKUT 90.3 FM McGill Radio Inc. is a non-profit campus community radio station that provides alternative music, news and spoken word programming to the city of Montreal and surrounding areas.

Black on Black | CHUO-FM | Ottawa
Black on Black is a public affairs program and one of the few spoken word programs on CHUO-FM that has been running since the mid-1990s.
 
 
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