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News and Events

WIBCA invites the community to join us celebrating this years BHM closing.


WHERE: St. Michaels & All Angels, 15556 rue Cabot, Pierrefonds (off Jacque Bizard)

WHEN: Sunday, February 24th 2019

TIME: 10:00 am service

Light refreshments will be available.

Exploring Our Rich Local History: “Voices of Emancipation”.

WIBCA is pleased to invite members, friends, and the wider community as we focus on local history.  This year, the Black History Month Committee in Montreal has put the spotlight on women with the theme “Voices of Emancipation”.  We are pleased that two of the honorees in this years calendar have accepted to share their stories with us.

WHEN: Friday, February 15 2019.

WHERE: The West Island Black Community Association – 48C, 4th Avenue South Roxboro, Quebec H8Y 2M2

TIME: 6:30 – 9:00 pm

ADMISSION: Free admission, open to all

Light refreshments will be served

Meet & Greet our dynamic Black Professionals and Business Owners.

WIBCA proudly invites the wider community to attend our Meet & Greet – Black History Month event where we will be showcasing our dynamic Black Professionals and Business Owners in our community via an interactive setting.

The feedback received from last years Meet & Mingle BHM event was phenomenal, we therefore ensured to organize a similar event this year on a larger scale changing venues to facilitate the crowd also allowing us an opportunity to increase the number of guest speakers.

Admission is free, doors open at 4:30pm and food and beverages will be available.

WHERE: Marcel Morin Community Center, 14068 Gouin Boul O, Pierrefonds, QC H8Z 1Y1

WHEN: Saturday, February 23rd 2019.

TIME: 4:30pm – 8:30pm


WIBCA’s Big Announcement for the opening of 2019 Black History Month.

The West Island Black Community Association (WIBCA) set out a goal many years ago to place this much anticipated milestone into existence and we are very excited to announce this achievement publicly to WIBCA members, Friends, Partners, Affiliates and the Community at large.

Please join us in celebrating this huge achievement on Thursday, February 7th at our facility from 6-8pm.

Light refreshment will be served and all are welcome!

WHERE: The West Island Black Community Association – 48C, 4th Ave South, Roxboro, QC H8Y 2M2

WHEN: Thursday, February 7th 2019.

TIME: 6pm – 8pm

WIBCA’s Annual Christmas Party – Saturday, December 8th from 8pm – 1am.

WIBCA welcomes the community to our annual Christmas Party!

Come out and celebrate the holidays with WIBCA’s members, family and friends.

When: Saturday, December 8th 2018.

Where: Pierrefonds Cultural Centre. 13850 Boul. Gouin West, Pierrefonds QC H8Y 1X7

Time: 8pm – 1am

Tickets: $30.00 includes dinner (cash bar)

Black Theatre Workshop presents How Black Mothers Say I Love You by Trey Anthony

Black Theatre Workshop presents How Black Mothers Say I Love You by Trey Anthony

Directed by Tamara Brown

February 27 – March 16, 2019 – Montreal Premiere; Centaur Theatre
March 19-20, 2019 – Brampton Premiere; Rose Theatre

About the play:
Starting a better life in Canada is a dream for many immigrants, but for Daphne the decision presents an unthinkable sacrifice. This is a story of separation and reconciliation infused with a bold original score that blends gospel, reggae and R&B with classical music. Playwright Trey Anthony, the first Black woman in Canada to have her own television series (da Kink in my Hair, based on the hit play of the same name), brings a new narrative to women’s issues and mother/daughter relationships.

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WIBCA’s Saturday AM Tutorial Program

If you are a parent of a child in grades 1-6 or a teenager in grades 7-11, please communicate with our office at admin@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 and we are always looking for volunteer tutors.

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When: Thursday, November 8, 2018

Time: 12 Noon to 3 pm

Location: WIBCA – 48C 4th Avenue South, Roxboro, Quebec H8Y 2M2

Admission: $15.00

Ticket inquiry: (514) 683-3925 – OR – (514) 624-5037 – OR – admin@wibca.org


West Island Black Community Association (WIBCA) and RECAA Invite you to a theatre presentation written and acted by seniors.

When: Saturday, October 27, 2018

Time: from 2:00 p. m. to 4:00 p. m.

Where: West Island Black Community Association – 48C 4th Avenue South. Roxboro, QC H8Y 2M2

Admission: Free entry – All are welcome!!

Limited Places / Please confirm your attendance at the WIBCA Office by calling 514683▪3925 or by email: admin@wibca.org or by calling 514624▪5037 by the latest, October 24, 2018

Light refreshments will be served

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“Fostering Differences to Promulgate the Strength and Durability of Canadian Diversity” project

LASSA is announcing the first of its events/workshops to be taking place in Montreal, as part of the year long “Fostering Differences to Promulgate the Strength and Durability of Canadian Diversity” project.  Information about other events and the wider project is available at www.fosterindiversity.ca

Workshop: Examining the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and Democratic Institutions – Engaging in an Inclusive and Equitable Future

When:  Thursday November 22nd, 2018

Where:  1028-9310 Blvd St-Laurent, Montreal

When:  5:00pm – 8:30pm

Who:   Any newcomers, immigrants, or first and second generation Canadians (and others with an interest in building more equitable and inclusive communities) who wish to engage in discussion with a lawyer and gain a better understanding of your rights and freedoms and constitutional law in Canada (in English)

What: Examine the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms with lawyer, Martine Cétoute.  Discuss democratic values and develop a more in-depth understanding of your rights and freedoms through interactive engagement with relevant current events from a Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms perspective.  Develop a stronger sense of how public institutions and laws impact our daily lives as diverse Canadians.  Leave better equipped with the knowledge to have a voice in building equitable participation and treatment within Canadian society.

If you are interested in attending please communicate with admin@wibca.org or call (514) 683-3925 as WIBCA is organizing a group representing on behalf of the Black Community.