It's that time again when Jamaican high schools' past students, all over North America, come together to hold fundraising events to help their alma maters. Dinthill Past Students' Association, Atlanta chapter, headed by president, Collette Rankin-Johns, hosted their sixth annual dinner and dance in July and this year's event was
Pack a suitcase, change a life!
A Christmas vacation to the Caribbean for most returning residents means swapping snow shovels and heavy winter coats for warm sunshine, pristine beaches and traditional island vibes with family and friends. This is not the case for Thelma Duncan and her husband Delovan Duncan who have been travelling to Jamaica for
Toronto doctor offers free eye exam to visitors
Binge Drinking on the Rise Amongst Teenagers
Avril Swaby A recent Covenant of Promise Ministries forum has looked at the pervasiveness of binge drinking amongst young people in North York, Ont. Facilitated by social worker Avril Swaby, the forum was aimed at getting people talking and bringing awareness to a topic that is often overlooked. “Alcohol has become the
As caring as a Toronto sixth grader
By Keneisha Walters, Journalist Eleven-year-old Trevon Costa could easily have vested his interest like many his age on becoming the next pro-athlete but rather, this Toronto youngster who attends Carleton Village Public School is on a quest to making a difference on the global stage. Such effort is already paying off for