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  • Tags: 1970s

A community hub and meeting place for black immigrants from the African diaspora.

A local shopping mall in the Agincourt neighbourhood of Scarborough.
Jamaicans and other members of the growing black community settled in this area during the sixties and seventies and developed a small business class. Many music stores; grocery stores; bars; beauty salons; barbershops; restaurants and stores…
'An honor: Bromley Armstrong and his wife, Marlene, admire plaque presented to him by the Jamaican-Canadian Association at testimonial dinner Saturday. Armstrong was honored for his service to minority groups and his tireless fight against…
”Crowned 'Miss Jamaica-Canadian'; Pat Fletcher (centre) won the beauty queen crown last night at Independence Ball of the Jamaican-Canadian Association.”
Popular music store in Kensington Market.
A popular bar and local venue for touring music artists.
A popular bar and local venue for touring music artists.
a large public square outside of Scarborough Civic Centre.
The seat of government for the City of Scarborough.
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