10 Belfield Road in Toronto was the venue for artistic training and skills development in modern Batik for some youth in the Toronto Ghanaian community during this summer. This summer workshop for the youth dubbed ‘Modern Batik Couture’ was organized under the auspices of the Ghanaian Canadian Association of Ontario (GCAO) and funded by the
Ghanaians living in the largest commercial city of Canada, Toronto, teamed up with the City of Toronto to clean up some parts of the city, specifically the Chalkfarm Park area which houses a lot of immigrants on May 4, 2019. This effort at cleanliness is a collaboration between the Ghanaian Canadian Association of Ontario (GCAO).
Dear Community Leaders/Members/Churches, The Ghanaian-Canadian Association of Ontario (GCAO) alias Ghana Union is embarking on a maiden two day community clean up exercise on May 4 and May 25. You and your members are cordially invited to join this voluntary community cleanup effort for at least one or both dates. ● 4 May 2019, from
Executive Secretary of the Ghana Identification Authority, Prof. Ken Attafuah has said Ghanaians in the diaspora would get their Ghana cards from the second half of 2019 and most would have had it by early 2020. Toronto meeting Addressing a cross section of Ghanaians in Toronto Canada over the weekend on the progress the NIA
Our Cherished Community Leaders and Members: I want to start by expressing appreciation for the great work done by fellow Ghanaians who migrated here a while back to Canada and braced the odds and built places of worship, formed associations, sacrificed so much to settle here and some had to forgo their cherished professions back
By: Joe Kingsley Eyiah English writer said, “Reading maketh a man.” How true! Reading is very important to every child’s educational development. It is also said that the devil finds work for the idle hands to do. It is in the light of the above that Homework Club of the Ghanaian Canadian Association of Ontario
By Joe Kingsley Eyiah, OCT, Toronto The need to set up a volunteer-based homework club in our Ghanaian-Canadian community within the Greater Toronto Area has become very crucial as the population of children in the Ghanaian community is growing astronomically over the years. Also, for the fact that most of our children joining us from
[wp-booklet id=2527] The GCAO and Ghanaian Ministerial Fellowship organized a town hall meeting to update the community on the flood relief project. A booklet was created which provides a summary of all the action items which took place from the beginning of the relief project till the final outcome.
some community leaders and some members of the Ghanaian business community in Toronto attended an impromptu town hall meeting while the Minister of State to the Presidency was in Toronto for a conference. The theme of the meeting was about business and economic development in Ghana.