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► Sponsors | 2014 Black Canadian Awards

+ 2014 Sponsors - THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS

 

Gold Sponsors

Diversity Advancement Network
EFusion Media Productions

Arik Air

 

 

Bronze Sponsors

Jamaican National Building Society

Finances by Charles Ayodele

Infloplex Business Solutions Inc.

 

 

Media Contributors & Sponsors

Durham Citizen

Caribean Headline News

CBC Metro Mornings

DayTime on Rogers TV

Pattison Outdoors (Transit Buses)

Metro News

Nikky Clarke Show

Diversity TV
BlackCanadians.com

 

 

Community Contributors

Diversity Advancement Network

Durham Caribean Festival

Ontario Black History Society

Glorious Events & Decor

Abedorc Entertainment

The Lions Circle

Deirdre Mallehe & Team

The Shop - Missy

 

 

Graphics / Photo / Video Contributors

EFusion Media Productions

AGX Creative Academy

Website Guru

Deirdre Mallehe & Team

Roy Virtue Photography

YYZ Hilightz

MK Photography

Crown Media Inc

Tennica Wright & Team

Alex Gayoso

Laura Saechao

 

 

SPECIAL THANK YOU

Premier Kathleen Wynne, Mayor Rob Ford, John Tory, Olivia Chow, Jean Augustine, Senator Art Eggleton, Rosemary Sadlier, Councillor Karen Stintz, Lindsay Blackett, Senator Mobina Jaffer, Hon. Irene Mathyssen, Hon. Rathika Sitsabaiesan, Robert Brunner, Hon. Judy Sgro, Hon. Joe Comartin, Dept Police Chief Mark Saunders, Lady Judith Meikle, Councillor Michael Thompson, Hon. Peter Braid, Mary Galvan, Pastor Yvonne Bullard, Officer Terry Russel, Angelica Lisk-Hann, Paulton Mckenzie-Johnson, Pastor Sharon Ade, Kurt Henry, Ruskin Ramsundar, Dorothy Rhau, Jerrold Johnson, Warren Salmon, Deirdre Mallehe, Andria Thompson, Sean Mauricette, Serron Thomas, Kerri-Anne Parkes, Garnett Manning, Rocco Achampong, Moji Ogundare, Michasha Armstrong, Adesiji Rabiu, Prince Adewale Akanbi, Arica Bryan Sholola, Rev. Sky Starr, Bunmi Balogun, Janet Bailey, Lisa Berry, Laura Saechao, Bruno Sinopoli, Dorothy Alexandre, Deirdre Mallehe, The Royal Canadian Mounted Police - RCMP, Tayo Omosehin, Dele Ibitoye, Vivienne Dacosta, Main Attraction Entertainment Inc., Funmi Ashiru, Joe Kundishora, Gwyn Chapman, Dudunorth, The Shop - Missy, Roxine Plummer, Angella Edwards, Jonnel Briscoe, Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Limousine Companies and all our volunteers and sponsors.

 


We also want to thank every active member of our executive nomination committee and all those who voted online. Thank you to everyone that travelled from Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Ottawa, London, Vancouver, Montreal, Saskatoon, the United States and everywhere else.

 

 

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC INFORMATION CORRECTION

Samuel Anyanwu, a realtor in the Toronto area was acknowledged as a sponsor and published as a sponsor in our publication in June. Due to reasons beyond our control we withdraw these misleading communications. Mr Samuel Anyanwu did not sponsor or contribute to any event or initiative of this organization at any point in time.

 

 

► Eleanor Collins | Honoree

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+ TV Personality

For the 1988 CBC Vancouver TV series THEN & NOW, Lynne McNamara talks with Vancouver's first lady of jazz, Eleanor Collins, about her life and career.

In 1954 she made her TV debut in CBC Vancouver's "Bamboula" and in 1955 she was the first black woman and jazz vocalist to host her own national CBC weekly show "Eleanor" with the Chris Gage Trio.

On July 1st 1975, she headlined the Dominion Day ceremonies in Ottawa.

► Watch the Interview

 
 

+ Awards Date

Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Toronto
June 6th, 2015

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