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    Toronto
    A beach boy visits Caribana's Celebrity Ball
    By Greg Beneteau
    Wed, Aug 12, 2009
    Canada
    "As far as I know, he's coming," says promoter
    By Michael Pihach
    Tue, Jul 28, 2009
    6
    Canada
    A beach boy visits Caribana's Celebrity Ball
    By Greg Beneteau
    Wed, Aug 5, 2009
    Canada
    Hate the hater, but don't turn off his mic
    By Marcus McCann
    Wed, Sep 26, 2007
    3
    Ottawa
    Organizers say they were denied permission to use Compassionate Act
    By Marcus McCann
    Mon, Oct 1, 2007
    1
    Canada
    Egale, Stop Murder Music claim victory
    By Brent Creelman, with files from Krishna Rau
    Sun, Apr 6, 2008
    2
    Toronto
    You’ve all heard about the latest Jamaican dancehall artist debacle, the cancelled Elephant Man appearance at government-operated Downsview Park over Thanksgiving weekend. I’d describe my feeling as the latest round of “us” versus “them” unfolded like this: Motherfuckercocksucker. Here we go again, I thought, another menu of righteously livid press releases, stories…
    By Shaun Proulx
    Wed, Nov 4, 2009
    1
    Toronto
    Freakishness is alive & well
    By David Bateman
    Wed, Oct 24, 2007
    Tue, Jul 28, 2009
    Toronto
    Stop Murder Music founder says he's disappointed
    By Krishna Rau
    Wed, Jul 2, 2008
    Toronto
    Best of times; worst of times
    By Shaun Proulx
    Wed, Sep 26, 2007
    Toronto
    Silencing Jamaican musicians fuels censorship debate
    By Krishna Rau
    Wed, Oct 10, 2007
    2
    Toronto
    Coalition pressures retailers to drop some dancehall
    By Krishna Rau
    Wed, Feb 13, 2008
    World
    You don't need to go to the ball anymore: the ball will come to you. Filmmaker Clara Cullen has teamed up with Nowness to create an interactive website [1]where various voguers from different houses, such as Balenciaga, McQueen and more, battle for supremacy.   Voguers battle it out, and you decide who…
    Fri, Oct 11, 2013
    Toronto
    Immigration minister remains silent on whether songs violate Canada's hate laws
    By Krishna Rau
    Wed, Nov 21, 2007
    Toronto
    "These songs don't do the physical hurt, but they energize the mobs," Gareth Henry told an audience of around 200 at The Sound of Hate, a panel on homophobic dancehall music on Feb 29. Henry, the former coordinator of the Jamaica Forum for Lesbians Allsexuals and Gays and now a refugee…
    By Cate Simpson
    Wed, Mar 12, 2008
    Toronto
    As two friends and I were walking north on Church St one day, a man in his early 20s came up behind us. While passing he said, "I'm probably the only straight one on this street." "Probably," we joked back. "No thanks," he muttered. "I'm Jamaican and I'd like to keep…
    By Keisha Williams
    Wed, Jun 22, 2005
    Toronto
    Queen Ifrica to perform at Rastafest in Downsview Park
    Wed, Aug 21, 2013
    1
    Canada
    Organization needs to get a grip on queer history
    By Gareth Kirkby
    Tue, Apr 1, 2008
    10

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