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African and Caribbean Students' Network of Montreal / Réseau d'Étudiants Africains et Caraïbéens;
 Réseau ACSioN | ACSioN Network Montreal

(514) 848-2424, ext. 3530
Office of Umoja Concordia
1455 boul. de Maisonneuve Ouest, Local/Room H-1031-7,
Montreal, Quebec
H3G 1M8
Mission Statement: "To form a more interconnected and self-determined union of Black student organizations, which collaborate to elevate the entire Black community beyond the highest standards of academic, economic, political, and cultural excellence."
Africans in Montreal
Tel:514 284-3322
67 St. Catherine West, Montreal

Afrikania Mission, The
Tel:514-481 1075

A spiritual organization that aims at reconstructing and reforming our ancient African spirituality for the divine resurrection of the Universal African family.
Antigua and Barbuda Association of Montreal Inc.
Tel: 450-672-3286


P.O. Box 183
Snowdon Station Montreal
Quebec, H3X 3T4
Barbados House Montreal Inc.

P.O Box 190
Station NDG, Montreal Quebec, H4A 3P5

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Monteal (BBBS)



Tel: 514-842-9715

3155 Rue Hochelaga #202, Montréal, QC H1W 1G4

Our Black’N Role Mentoring program pairs a child from the English-speaking Black community with a mentor from the same community,
 the latter acting as a positive adult role model. The purpose of the program is to help young mentees improve their social and personal skills while focusing on their academic success and involvement within the community and school.
We are dedicated to helping children and youths who are faced with personal and socio-economic difficulties, as well as their families. Our agency offers professional mentoring services and an opportunity to acquire and improve personal strengths and interpersonal skills, contributing to a healthier life over the long term.

Black Academic Scholarship Fund (BASF)
Email for scholarship applications and lists of qualifications:
Black Academic Scholarship Fund
3270 Prince Charles
St Hubert, Quebec J3Y 4X4
Non-profit organization since 1991.
Host of the annual Jackie Robinson Golf Tournament.  Awards several annual academic scholarships.
Black Coalition of Quebec
5201 Décarie
Montreal, QC, H3W 3C2
Black Community Resource Centre (BCRC)

6767 Cote des Neiges Rd., Suite # 497, Montreal, QC, H3S 2T6
We recognize that youth have many needs (e.g., socio-cultural, educational, and economic, etc.) that must be addressed in order for youth to achieve their maximum potential in our society.
Black Star Big Brothers Big Sisters of Montreal

6870 rue Terrebonne, suite 12
Montreal, QC H4B 1C5

Black Studies Center (BSC)

3333 Boulevard Cavendish
Suite: 340
Montréal, QC, H4B 2M5

Fax:514-696-6048 is impartially committed to providing current and relevant information about everything in and around Montreal.
Black Theater Workshop
Tel: (514) 932-1104
3680 Jeanne-Mance, suite 432
Montreal, QC
H2X 2K5
(was 1827 St. Catherine St. West # 2, Montreal, QC, H3H 1M2 )
The Mission of Black Theatre Workshop (BTW) is to encourage and promote the development of a Black Canadian theatre, rooted in literature that reflects the creative will of artists.
Black Women On The Rise
5775 St. Jacques
Support group for mothers 18-30. Tue. & Fri. meetings.


603 Atwater Avenue, Suite #202
Montréal, QC H3J 2T8
A non-profit organization that gives a voice to the young black population in Montreal. Our mandate is centered on the representation, protection, sensitization and value of diversity, ethnicity, language, gender, social class and religious issues.
Cameroon Association, Association of Cameroonians in Canada
Website: (Dead)

Tel: 1-888-666-8185, ext. 501

C.P. 295, Succ. Centre-Ville
Montreal, QC H3B 3J7
Special interest to Cameroonians and friends in Canada
Caribbean Canadian Youth and Young Adults  (see JeunesseCaraibe Canada below)

Caribbean Pioneer Women of Canada Inc., The
President, Janet Smith,

P.O. Box 51
Snowdon PO
Montreal, Que. H3X 3T3
Tel: (514) 488-3716
Caribbean Students' Society, McGill University (CSS)

Tel:514-398-3001 Ext: 09940

Fax:514-398-7490 - You must write "ATTENTION CSS"

3480 McTavish, #409, Montreal, QC, Canada
H3A 1X9

To inform and educate others about the Caribbean, to help students from the Caribbean adjust to McGill University life, and to promote the interests of the students in the society in matters pertaining to the Caribbean.
(N.B.: Members are not exclusively from McGill).
Chantier d'Afrique du Canada



Chantier d'Afrique du Canada oeuvre au développement économique et social de la communauté africaine du Canada. Bourses d'entrepreneurship africain, soutien aux familles, aide à l'intégration des jeunes...

Coconet (Coco-Net), The Centre for Community Organizations


Toll free: 1-866-552-2626

3680 Jeanne-Mance, #470 Montreal (QC) H2X 2K

Monday – Thursday 10am – 4:00pm

Please make an appointment with us by phone or email, as we are not able to receive drop-ins.
COCo (the Centre for Community Organizations) is a charitable organization whose mission is to support the health and well-being of community organizations in Québec.
We offer a range of support services, training, and resources for nonprofits and community groups.
Colored Woman's Club,The

3007 Delisle, Montreal, QC, H4C 1M8
Shirley Gyles, President
Concordia Caribbean Students' Union (CCSU)

Tel:514-848-2424 Ext: 3527

Concordia Caribbean Students Union
c/o Concordia Students Union
Concordia University
Room H 733-3
1455 de Maisonneuve West
H3G 1M8
Montreal, Quebec

provides an avenue for newly immigrated students to express their Culture, socialize with a familiar group of students and facilitate their transition to the Montreal and Concordia University Community. We welcome a diversity of students from all ethnic backgrounds, for as
we all know that the Caribbean is a melting pot for people: Out of many, one people.
Congress of Black Lawyers and Jurists of Quebec
Tel: (514) 954-3471
445 St. Laurent Blvd., 5th. floor, Montreal, QC, H3S 2B8

Congress of Black Women, Montreal Chapter
Tel: (514) 426-4439
128 Crestview, Pointe Claire, QC, H9R 4A1

Cote des Neiges Black Community Association (CDNBCA)
Tel: (514) 737-8321
Fax: (514) 737-6993
6999 Cote des Neiges Rd., 2nd. floor, Montreal, Que.
H3S 2B8
Council for Black Aging (CBAC)

Tel: (514) 935-4951
(514) 935-4951
Fax: 514-935-8466
7401 Newman suite 6, Lasalle, Quebec, H8N 1X3
Advocacy group for Black Seniors
Garvey Institute

Tel: (514) 855-1425
1605, rue Decelles, Saint-Laurent, QC H4L 2E5
Our services are primarily educational and we have the only Black managed and owned Ministry of Education approved primary school (Pre-School through to grade 6. Our highschool soon to come) in Québec. Also note that we do offer scholarships and educational counseling.
Ghana House 2000 Inc.
Are you a Ghanaian living in Quebec? The Council of Ghanaian Community of Quebec needs your support in the efforts to building a strong and unified community organization.
Tel: (514) 906-2663 or
         (514) 865-2216
765 Jean Talon West
Montreal, QC, H3N 1S3
Guyana Cultural Association of Montreal (GCAM)

(450) 445-0747

P.O. Box 294, St. Hubert, Quebec J3Y 5T3

P.O. Box 59, Succ. Cartierville, St. Laurent, Que., H4R 2V7
Hawks Fraternal International Club Inc., Montreal Chapter
Tel: (514) 365-8668

1443 Maurice Street, Lasalle, Quebec, H8N 1P7

International African Inventors Museum (IAIM)
(dead link)

Tel:  416 839 2442 (voice mail in Toronto, Canada
 001127710165592 Cell phone, Benoni, South Africa

Profiles some African Canadians in Innovation.
Jamaica Association of Montreal

Tel: (514) 737-8229
Fax: (514) 737-4861
4065 Jean Talon West, Montreal. Que., H4P 1W6
Jamaican (Ottawa) Community Association Inc.
Website : Click here  (dead link)
Tel: 613-523-9085
1200 St Laurent Blvd
PO Box 42016 St Laurent
K1K 4L8
Jeunesse Caraibe Canada

Tel: (514) 685-7294
19 Rue Tremayne, Dollard des Ormeaux, Quebec, H9B 1J2
Goal is to create unity between youths and young adults. Click here for flyer with more information.
Lachine Black Community Association
Tel: (514) 634-9449 or
         (514) 634-1862
PO Box 34042, Lachine, QC, H8S 4H4
Lasalle Black Community Association
Tel: (514) 364-2212
Fax: (514) 364-7234
65, 90th. Avenue, Lasalle, QC, H8R 2Z3
Lasalle Multicultural Resource Center, LMRC

(514) 367-3383
1464 Shevchenko Blvd.
LaSalle, Que.  H8N 1P1
We are a non-profit organization.  All of our services are FREE.  We started as a result of many children been subjected to the Department of Youth Protection.  Our mandate is intervention and prevention, counselling families and children, we also have a seniors program and teen and pre-teen programs.  
Mathieu DaCosta Business Development Corporation
Tel: (514) 344-6672
5056 Cote des Neiges Rd, # 402, Montreal, QC, H3V 1G6
Business loans
Montreal Association of Black Business Persons and Professionals (MABBP)
(Name changed. See Black Academic Scholarship Fund, BASF)
Montreal Caribbean Social Organization (MCSO)

Tel: (514) 364-5113
7401 Newman Boulevard, Lassale, Quebec,  H8N 1X3,
Montreal Carnival Vibration (MCV)
Tel: (514) 279-7997
5533 Casgrain, Suite 105, Montreal, QC,  H2T 1X3
A non-profit organization that promotes and hosts carnival events under the umbrella of the Caribbean Cultural Festivities Association (CCFA)
N.D.G. Black Community Association (NDGBCA)
  * Phone number not in service Aug. 2012
Tel: (514) 481-3598

3757 Prudhomme, Montreal, QC, H4A 3H8
Negro Community Centre (NCC)
* Building is temporarily closed. See below*
Tel: (514) 932-1107
2035 Coursol, Montreal, Que., H3J 1C3
NCC/Charles H. Este Cultural Centre

website: (dead link)
Tel. 450-672-7081 Fax. 450-465-0853
c/o 855 Georges Vanier, #01
Montreal, QC
H3J 2B5

Nigerian Canadian Association of Montreal, Quebec
Website: (inactive website)

382 Lafleur Ave, Suite 50, Lasalle, Quebec, H8R 3H6

The Association needs all Nigerians living in the Province of Quebec. Come and participate in getting all Nigerians together to build a strong, united Nigerian Community.
Montreal Pan-Black Events

3680 Rue Jeanne-Mance #412,
Montréal, QC H2X 2K5
Business Hours: 8a-6:30p M-F, 9a-2p S-S
Support Pan-Black Culture and Identity Defining Montreal Events

Pioneer Women of Canada Inc.
See "Caribbean Pioneer Women of Canada Inc., The"

Quebec Black Medical Association
Tel: (514) 937-8432
1822 Sherbrooke St. # 101, Montreal, QC, H3H 1E4
Quebec Board of Black Educators (QBBE)
Website:  (dead link)
Tel: (514) 481-9400
Fax: (514) 481- 0611
3333 Cavendish Blvd. # 310, Montreal, Que., H4B 2M5

Roots Cultural Association
Tel: (514) 884-0488
5412 Terrasse Beaudry, St. Hubert, Quebec, J3Y 6L3
A non-profit organization promotingthe Caribbean Carnival in Montreal since 1977
South Shore Black Community Association (SSBCA)

Contact person:
Judith Austin, President
725 Provencher,
Brossard, QC, J4W 1Y5
450-465-1506 (Office)
SSBCA, founded on February 28, 1995, is a charitable and non-profit community association which provides guidance, leadership and other resources for the cultural, social and educational development of the South Shore Black Community, youth and senior citizens in particular.
St. Vincent and the Grenadines Association
PO Box 396, Stn. Snowdon, QC, H3X 3T3
Ujamaa Initiative for Black Entrepreneurship (UIBE)

Tel:514-737-8321 ext. 233
6999 Cote-des-Neiges Road 2nd Floor, Montreal, Quebec, H3S 2B8
Promotes entrepreneurship within the English-Black speaking community and to provide support, information, and training in entrepreneurship to potential and existing business owners of all ages.
Universal Negro Improvement Association (U.N.I.A.)
2741 Notre Dame Street West
Montreal, Que., H3J 1N9
Reception Hall available for rental. Adequate parking available across the street
West Island Black Community Association (WIBCA)



48C, 4th. Avenue South, Roxboro, Que., H8Y 2M2
Serving the community of the West Island of Montreal and environs

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