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”It took one year for the building to be sufficiently completed for services. The dedication by the Right Reverend F. H. Wilkinson Bishop of Toronto took place on June 21 1961.”
”Calypso Carnival April 7 Will Rock Palace Pier!”
"The club’s founders—Harry Gairey; Kermit Lynn; Jim Moxley and Clarence Lucey—provided help to West Indian immigrants of all backgrounds helping clear the hurdles of the immigration process; recommending employment agencies or boarding houses; or…
”On a visit in November 1961 Jeff Henry a Trinidad-born university student and member of the Little Carib Dancers
”Located one block west of Bay Street just south of College... the Port of Spain featured The Original Tropitones steelband—”Toronto’s most exciting group” one ad proclaimed—as the house band.'”
”Calypso at the Castle - Lord Powers and his group...”
”As the number of students from the Caribbean attending Toronto colleges increased they established informal clubs; hosted on- and off-campus parties; staged talent contests; and formed bands as a means of seeking camaraderie.'”
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