About Little Jamaica Eglinton Avenue West

Little Jamaica, a BBPA In the Community Initiative, has partnered with the city of Toronto’s Economic Development and Culture Division, the Confronting Anti Black Racism Unit and other partners to foster the development of this vibrant Eglinton West enclave. Eglinton Avenue W., from Keele Street in the west to Marlee Avenue in the east, known as Little Jamaica, is considered one of Toronto’s many exciting ethnic communities. It features a city laneway named “Reggae Lane.”

I remember Little Jamaica when…

Join our weekly webinar called “I remember Little Jamaica when…” which will launch on June 17, 2020 at 6:00 PM and run through on a weekly basis until July 15, 2020.

The webinar will provide business owners and residents of Toronto an opportunity to engage in online discussions hosted by renowned storyteller Sandra Whiting.

The webinar will include artists, entertainers, entrepreneurs, and cultural icons who have had a personal connection with Eglinton Ave. West. The series will bring to life the magic that Little Jamaica has brought to Toronto’s cultural community. Guests will include Mayor John Tory, Jay Douglas, Letna Allen Rowe , Itah Sadu and more.

June 17, 2020
June 24, 2020
July 8, 2020
July 15, 2020

Funded by Government of Canada
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