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News and Events

****ATTENTION ATTENTION, THE PARADE HAS BEEN CANCELLED! – Canada Day Parade in Pierrefonds – WIBCA’s Black Panther theme!


We invite members, affiliates and partners to join WIBCA’s Canada Day Parade float.

Theme: Black Panther Sci/Fi, music will accompany the float.
Dress Code: All black
Route: Starting at Riverdale High School @ 10am moving along Pavillion –> Perron –> right on Pierrefonds Blvd to city hall (estimated 2 hours).


The West Island Black Community Association (WIBCA) will be hosting our 36th anniversary fundraising banquet on Saturday, September 29th from 6pm – 1am at Pierrefonds Cultural Center located on Gouin Blvd in the West Island.

More details to follow, advance appreciation to all for your support.

WIBCA’s Summer Camp registration form

CLICK BELOW HYPERLINK to access WIBCA’s summer camp registration form.

WIBCA _FINAL Registration Form – Summer Camp

WIBCA Community Caribbean Brunch fundraiser.

Come out in support of our fundraiser CARIBBEAN BRUNCH taking place on Saturday, June 2nd from 11am – 2pm.

General admission: $20.00
Children (6-12 yrs): $10.00
Children under 5 yrs: FREE

Tickets can be purchased in advance or at the door / Percentage of the profits will be allocated to WIBCA’s Scholarship fund.

(514) 683-3925
(514) 624-5037

THIS EVENT IS CANCELLED -WIBCA presents: A night of 90’s theme Karaoke and a Dance


Come out and experience a 90’s theme Karaoke & Dance fundraiser.

***$20.00 entry / $10.00 for dance only
***Advance ticket purchase if interested – call (514) 683-3925 or email admin@wibca.org
***Drink specials all night
****Local DJ
**** +18

#fundraiser #music #danse #singing #wibca #roxboro

W.E.B Dubois Summer Day Camp & Teen Leadership Development Program.

It’s that time of the year to register your children for Summer Camp!

Our Camp sessions are designed specifically for each age group to ensure an unforgettable experience.  Campers are assigned to groups based on age to ensure age and skill level appropriate activities.

Our counsellors are well experienced in planning and supervising activities for children between the ages of 6-11.  There is also an impressive Teen Leadership Development Program for children between the ages of 12 and 16 years.

Please pass by our office during office hours to register your child(ren).

WHERE: The West Island Black Community Association (WIBCA)

REGISTRATION FEE: $25.00 per child (non-refundable).  Discounts rates for 2nd and 3rd child in the same family.

COSTS:  WIBCA member $85.00 per child/week + additional cost if extended childcare is required

WIBCA non-member $95.00 per child/week + additional cost if extended childcare is required

TIME7:30 am to 8:30 am – 4:30 pm to 5:30pm Monday through Friday with the possibility of extended childcare in the am and/or pm @ an additional cost of  $5.00 per day.

ACTIVITIES INCLUDE: Weekly swimming, Arts & Crafts, Dance, Field Trips, Life Skills Educational Workshops,  Sports, Black History and Healthy Living.

Saturday Morning Tutorials – WIBCA’s freeTutoring Program

If you are a parent of a child in grades 1-6 or a teenager in grades 7-11, please communicate with our Education Coordinator at education@wibca.org or call 514-683-3925 advising your interest in WIBCA’s free tutoring program taking place each Saturday from 10am to noon at Riverdale High School in Room# 257.

On the spot registration is available.

#education #tutoring #tutors #volunteers #teachers #wibcaforever

WIBCA in the spotlight!!


-Back to back Gazette articles on WIBCA’s organization




-Frank Baylis – MP for Pierrefonds-Dollard highlights WIBCA and our past and current female leaders of our organization.


-Article in the Community Contact – 2017

Kemba Mitchell takes the Helm at WIBCA

Celebrating International Women’s Day with Montreal’s first female Mayor Valérie Plante at MTL City Hall.

Valerie Plante addresses the audience filled with inspirational Women.

Panel of various Women selected to speak on their roles, challenges and future aspirations for the up and coming Women in politics.

Our Chairperson conversing with MTL’s Mayor.