Caramel chicken

Vietnamese Caramel Ginger Chicken (Ga Kho) Recipe Be careful if you are watching sodium like me. Even the lowest sodium fish sauce has lots of sodium.

Lincoln Alexander, prominent attorney and politician, was born on January 21, 1922 in Toronto, Ontario, the son of West Indian immigrants. His mother was a maid, and his father a carpenter by training.  In Canada, however, he had to work as a railway porter, which in those days was one of the few jobs available to a man of colour. Alexander began his political career in 1968, when he was elected Canada’s first black Member of Parliament

Lincoln Alexander, prominent attorney and politician, was born on January 21, 1922 in Toronto, Ontario, the son of West Indian immigrants. His mother was a maid, and his father a carpenter by training. In Canada, however, he had to work as a railway porter, which in those days was one of the few jobs available to a man of colour. Alexander began his political career in 1968, when he was elected Canada’s first black Member of Parliament

13 Books for Black History Month chosen by Toronto's Another Story Bookshop

**This book is a sequel to Chains and may have some spoilers** Title: Forge (Seeds of America Author: Laurie Halse Anderson Publi.

Mary Branton with banner “Africa for Christ”, taken in Toronto, [ca. 1890s] Alvin D. McCurdy fonds  Reference Code: F 2076-16-3-2 Archives of Ontario, I0027793

Mary Branton with banner “Africa for Christ”, taken in Toronto, [ca. Alvin D. McCurdy fonds Reference Code: F Archives of Ontario,

Photo found in St. Lawrence Market (Toronto, ON Canada). Text on back: "This is Beulah, Georgie's maid of all work. Taken in back yard alongside of Willie's Reo.  Glasgow* Sept 1926.  *Glasgow can refer to a town in several stated in the USA

Lawrence Market (Toronto, ON Canada). Text on back: "This is Beulah, Georgie's maid of all work. Taken in back yard alongside of Willie's Reo. Glasgow* Sept *Glasgow can refer to a town in several stated in the USA

The unknown story Toronto’s first black postman

Black History Month: The unknown story Toronto’s first black postman

The unknown story Toronto’s first black postman

971.00496 SAD The kids book of Black Canadian history : Sadlier, Rosemary. : Book, Regular Print Book : Toronto Public Library

The kids book of Black Canadian history. Qijun Wang] -- Learn the important role Black Canadian's have played, and will continue to play, in the development of Canada.

JAMAICA EX-SOLDIERS ASSOCIATION 8th Annual BLACK HISTORY MONTH CELEBRATION  Saturday, February 16, 2013, Northwood Community Centre, 15 Clubhouse Court, Toronto, Ontario M3L 2L7 (Main Intersection – Arleta Ave. & Sheppard Ave.)

JAMAICA EX-SOLDIERS ASSOCIATION 8th Annual BLACK HISTORY MONTH CELEBRATION Saturday, February 16, 2013, Northwood Community Centre, 15 Clubhouse Court, Toronto, Ontario M3L 2L7 (Main Intersection – Arleta Ave. & Sheppard Ave.)

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