May 2024 Recap

Welcome to the May 2024 Recap! In this month’s roundup, we’re excited to share resources and our latest achievements. From ongoing advocacy efforts to successful programs and free events, May has been a testament to our commitment to making a difference.

Upcoming Events & Programs

Impact Gala 2024 ↗

September 21, 2024
Dreams Convention Centre

BEP: French Applications Open ↗

Apply Now | Starting Q4 2024 

Latest News

Black Organizations in Canada Driving Black Entrepreneurship in June

June is dedicated to spotlighting Black-led organizations driving entrepreneurship in Canada. Learn about the Federation of Black Canadians (FBC) and its collaboration with other entities through the Black Innovation Zone (BIZ) to empower Black talent nationwide. Discover how these initiatives are shaping the landscape for Black entrepreneurs and professionals in Canada.

Introducing Trusteeship and Grantwriting Consultations for Premium Black Builders

FBC is excited to announce a new service for Premium Black Builders: trusteeship and grantwriting consultations for grassroots organizations. Our service provides strategic leadership, access to expertise, increased credibility, financial stewardship, advocacy, and operational efficiency. For more information, email

Join Us for the 2nd Annual Impact Gala – Early Bird Tickets Available Now!

Get ready to celebrate Black excellence like never before! On September 21st, join The Federation of Black Canadians and Skills For Life for our 2nd Annual Impact Gala. Experience an evening filled with energy, inspiration, and community, all while helping to raise money for Black Youth in Canada. Early Bird Tickets start at $150. Secure your spot now and make an impact! Learn more and get your tickets

Stand Up Against Gun Violence: Keep6ix’s “Harmony Over Violence” Concert

Join the Federation of Black Canadians and Keep6ix on June 7th for “Harmony Over Violence: A Concert for Change” at Mississauga Celebration Square. This event on the National Day Against Gun Violence aims to raise awareness about the impact of gun violence on Black communities and promote unity through music and art. Learn more about our efforts and how you can contribute to lasting change.

  Test Your Knowledge  

Trivia Section

1. What month is Black History Month in Canada?

a) May
b) February
c) December
d) October

2. Who was the first recorded slave in Canada who arrived in 1619? 

a) Marie-Joseph Angelique
b) Mathieu Da Costa
c) Chloe Cooley
d) Olivier Le Jeune

View Trivia Answers

Trivia: B; D


Guess that Flag Section

green stripe, yellow stripe, and blue stripe in a flag
The flag is made of three colored stripes, which are red, black, and green. On the top stripe, there is a red sun, with 31 rays
View Flag Answers

Flags: Gabon; Malawi

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