Breaking the economic barriers for the underrepresented.
Promoting our rich culture and the contributions of Black Canadians.
Building partnerships to find innovative solutions to improve the quality of life for all.
Aims to improve, understand and investigate local issues, areas of interest or concern, and systemic challenges that impact Black entrepreneurship.
DLF serves diverse and Black communities with the support of dedicated staff and passionate volunteers. We predominantly work to support Black women, children, youth, and seniors.
Conference speaker Isaac Olowolafe donated his company’s hotel Dream Suites for African delegates who managed to snag a visa last minute but had nowhere to stay, while another delegate personally flew 23 passports to the Canadian visa processing centre in the Nigerian capital of Abuja to make sure they were stamped ahead of their owners’ flights to Toronto.READ MORE
Black Innovation Connections provides Black founders across Canada with a track-based coaching program and $5,000 grants to fuel business growth.READ MORE
A new federally funded organization is hoping to paint the first comprehensive, national picture of Black-owned businesses in Canada.READ MORE
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