After a 5-year pursuit of the site at 160 Rivalda Rd., association learns it’s off the table. Just south of where Finch Avenue West meets Weston Road sits a large beige building at the end of an industrial road. Its windows are dusty, the brick veneer is discoloured, and you can easily tell it's more
Toronto, Ont. – On March 6, 2020, the Young Adults Wing of Ghanaian Canadian Association of Ontario (GCAO) organized a social networking mixer to mobilize young Ghanaian professionals in the Greater Toronto Area. This successful event brought together over 100 young Ghanaian professionals from various part of the Greater Toronto Area and beyond. The
The 63rd Ghana Independence Day anniversary was marked in Toronto with ‘What Do You Know About Ghana’ Quiz contest on Saturday, March 7 2020. It was the first of its kind in the Toronto Ghanaian community and new among Ghanaians in Diaspora. The patronage was huge and the contest very educative as well as fun.
Welcome to our 2020 Network and Mingle Social Mixer. This is a fun and exciting opportunity to: – Meet professionals from various backgrounds – Market yourself as well as your business. – connect with people who might be in the profession you aspire to be – Make new friends to help build you up this
On Friday, November 29th 2019, - The youth wing of the Ghanaian-Canadian Association of Ontario (GCAO) organized its first Ghanaian Young Professionals Social Networking Mixer. The event brought over 100 young Ghanaian professionals with different backgrounds and from all over the Greater Toronto Area to networking, connect and get to know one another. Mr Emmanuel Duodu,
The Queen’s Park in Toronto which the seat of the Ontario Provisional government was this year the venue where Ghanaians living in Ontario raised Ghana’s Flag to commence celebrations of Ghana’s 62nd Independence Anniversary. The ceremony that took place in afternoon of Friday, March 8, 2019 was organized by the Consulate General of Ghana in
Our young adults are leading the Independence celebration this year. The focus this year is Culture, Traditions and Heritage. What does it mean to be a Ghanaian, the rich history and traditions To ensure everyone is able to attend….kids, young, old and other communities can join …it is FREE Event. March 9th, 2019 at Continuation Event Hall. 10 Belfield, Etobicoke. Let us strive
June 16th 2018 - The Diaspora Affairs Office of The President of Ghana in collaboration with the Youth Wing of the Ghanaian Canadian Association of Ontario (GCAO) planned the first ever Diaspora Youth Forum in Toronto, Canada. Even proceeded with welcome message by Keven Anane, a youth leader from the GCAO. Followed by speeches from