Partners
Partners
Partners
copaq

The Quebec Pan African Board is a unifying and dynamic organization. Its mandate: help greater unity and solidarity between associations and African communities in Quebec, all while promoting a better socio-economic integration for its members, who
sympathise with its federative values.

emq

Everything new must be seen! Émergence Magazine Québec presents each month novelties from Quebec and French-speaking countries.
Street art – Film – Dance – Drawing – Writing – Graffiti – Illustrative work – Improvisation – Literature – Opera – Painting – Photography – Poetry – Sculpture – Slam – Theatre – Video.

naau

Benevolent clothes and accessories. Ethically-made, creative, eco-friendly and made/upcycled in Quebec.

1948

Fashion accessories, useful objects and hand-made jewelry

villeneuve
afro-workshops

A group of enterprising, creative and united businesswomen that come from all around Africa or the Caribbean, or that are simply in love with the black continent.

MAMY-KAYA

Mamy Kaya « Le Meilleur de la nature » produces, distributes and commercializes powders of baobab, hibiscus and moringa, as well as about ten precious African oils, all while empowering the Senegalese and Canadian women it works with.

centre-lasallien

The Centre Lasallien is a community-based organization that works to support your children in their academic perseverance and success. We have three environments that allow young people to fulfill themselves: an educative environment that offers an
appropriate academic support ; a cultural environment that allows children to train their creativity ; a physical health environment to reinforce healthy lifestyles. At the Centre Lasallien, your child can reach its true potential and believe in their ability to make their dreams come true.

Productions Sagatallas offers dance and circus shows; turnkey shows and numbers, personalized and for all wallets. African dance, Hip hop, popping, acrobatics and more!

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Ethnic Lov offers gift packages for women of African descent. Its mission: offer products that meet their needs and that they can identify with. The brand believes in the richness of African cultures and values the know-how and the authenticity that make African culture so great, all the while putting forth the community’s entrepreneurship.

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