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The Review - February 8th Edition

Posted On: Wednesday, February 9, 2022

Community Campus of Care, Black History Month, Easing of Restrictions at Long Term Care Homes, Talisman Lands Update, Seniors Without Walls, Ontario Tax Credits, Blue Mountains Library News, Vacant Councillor Seat Voting Process

The Review - February 8th Edition

February is Black History Month

Black History Month virtual celebration — February 17, 2022

Tune in to the Black History Month virtual celebration on Facebook Live at 7 pm (ET), February 17, 2022. This live virtual event highlighting this year’s theme will feature performances, tributes, interviews and much more!

Join us on Facebook Live at 7 pm (ET) on February 17

Every February, people across Canada participate in Black History Month events and festivities that honour the legacy of Black Canadians and their communities.

The 2022 theme for Black History Month is: “February and Forever: Celebrating Black History today and every day,” which focuses on recognizing the daily contributions that Black Canadians make to Canada.

No matter where you live, we invite all Canadians to learn more about these communities, and how they continue to help shape the story of Canada.

Black History Month toolkit

Use our digital toolkit to promote Black History Month all month long. Posters, social media images, a virtual background, and much more!

Visit our digital toolkit page



About Black History Month

Learn how Black History Month came to be recognized in Canada.

Noteworthy historical figures

Read the biographies of notable Black Canadians who helped shape Canada.

Black history organizations and educational resources

Explore the organizations and resources that promote awareness of Black history in Canada.

The legacy and impact of Black Canadian women’s organizations

Learn about the impact that Black Canadian women organizations have had on their communities, and how they advanced equality and human rights.

Significant events in Black Canadian history

Learn more about the Black experience in Canada through the events and contributions made by people of African and Caribbean descent to the settlement, growth and story of Canada.



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