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

”An all-ages gangster rap extravaganza in the heart of Rexdale in 1992.”
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…
A popular music venue in a Masonic Temple on Yonge Street that featured rock and reggae acts.
A popular music venue inside of a Masonic Temple that featured touring and local rock and soul artists.
During the eighties, the parade route followed along Bloor Street and Yonge Street and ended at Nathan Phillips Square.
'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…
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.
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