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Being Black in Montréal

On April 7th, WIBCA greatly enjoyed participating in the community roundtable, themed “Discovering Montréal’s Diverse Black Community Organizations”. We extend our gratitude to Our Shared Spaces McGill, Concordia’s Black Perspectives Office, and Teaching andLearning Services McGill. This was a wonderful event and we are thankful to have been a part of it! Kindly view the…

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Summer Camp

WIBCA will not be hosting a camp for the summer of 2022. However, WIBCA recommends the following Black-run camps in the West Island: Black Family Association Summer Camp (BFAWI) The information is available on their Facebook page Bfawi Summer Camp or by adding yourself to the Facebook group Black Family Association Summer Camp. La Corde Day Camp This…

Broaden Your Horizons

Offered by the Carrefour jeunesse-emploi de l’Ouest-de-l’Île, the Broaden Your Horizons program targets people between the ages 16 and 30 who lack work experience and/or need assistance in employment. The overall goal of the program is to offer skills and proficiency in matter of employability and to give participants a significant work experience. Learn more…

Join The Robert-Baldwin Youth Council for 2022-2023

Are you a youth that wants to get more involved in politics within your riding? Join the Robert-Baldwin Youth Council! It will be non-political experience where you can learn about bureaucracy and how Quebec politics work. It will give you the opportunity to understand how governance and bureaucracy is done. You will also make new…