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National Congress of Black Canadians
Toronto, ON
Developing and executing research amongst Black Canadians that is necessary to achieve positive social and cultural development in Canadian society.
National Congress of Black Canadians
Toronto, ON
Providing leadership in all matters related to the physical, mental, emotional and social development of Black Canadian youths.
National Congress of Black Canadians
Toronto, ON
Researching and presenting case studies and statistics on immigration issues that affect Black Canadians. Identifying and monitoring immigration and citizenship…
National Congress of Black Canadians
Toronto, ON
Providing leadership in all matters related to the education and training needs of Black Canadians. Gathering both quantitative and qualitative data on the…
National Congress of Black Canadians
Toronto, ON
Developing strategies and initiatives to build bridges between NCBC, all levels of government and the Black Canadian community.
National Congress of Black Canadians
Toronto, ON
Gathering quantitative and qualitative research data on the lives of Black Canadian Seniors nationwide. The preparation of an Annual Report on the physical,…
National Congress of Black Canadians
Toronto, ON
Conducting research on the contributions and financial needs of Black Canadians in both fields. The preparation of an Annual Report on the contributions of, and…
National Congress of Black Canadians
Toronto, ON
Providing leadership in all matters related to the healthcare needs of Black Canadians. Working to eliminate economic, cultural and systemic barriers to Black…
National Congress of Black Canadians
Toronto, ON
Establishing a community centered national ‘job bank’ to bring together employers and those seeking employment within the Black Canadian community.
National Congress of Black Canadians
Toronto, ON
Providing leadership on legal matters and issues within the Black Canadian population. Creating and maintaining a directory of legal resources available to…