The Dr. Vibe Show
Can you believe it????!!!! The Vibe and Vegas Show is two years old!!!! We did our first show back on September 15, 2007. We would like to thank each and every one of you (all of our guests and listeners) for your support. We don't take it for granted. A special thanks to Harlem Restaurant!!! With you support, the show continues to grow. We look forward to growing the show with you. In this episode, we come full circle. We did our first podcast about Michael Vick back when he was being arrested and suspended from the National Football League. He is now free from his jail sentence and has been signed by the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League. Myself and Vegas chat about Vick and other athletes who get in trouble with the law. As usual, we welcome your comments, feedback and suggestions. Feel free to email us at info@blackcanadianman.com. God bless, peace, be well and keep the faith,Dr. Vibe and Vegasinfo@blackcanadianman.com
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Dr. Michael A. Haughton is an Associate Professor in the School of Business and Economics at Wilfrid Laurier University.
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I had a great opportunity come up last Saturday. I had the pleasure of interviewing the company manager of the stage production of the "The Harder They Come".


We have a roundtable discussion about relationship choices. Enjoy!!!
Category:Citizen Journalism -- posted at: 10:36am EDT

The Taibu Community Health Centre is a non-profit community based organization providing comprehensive primary health care and health promotion programs and services to the residents of the Malvern community in the Toronto suburb of Scarborough. They focus their services on children, youth and seniors. They also have a mandate to provide specialized programs and services to the Black Community. In this episode, we have the opportunity to speak with Rose-Ann Bailey who is a health promoter for the Taibu Community Health Centre. If you would like to contact the Taibu Health Centre, here is their contact information:Taibu Community Health Centre1371 Neilson Road,Unit 418 - 421,Scarborough, Ontario.M1B 4Z8Telephone: (416) 644-3539 (Administration), (416) 644-3536 (Clinic)Fax: (416) 644-3542Email: info@taibuchc.caWebsite: www.taibuchc.caPlease feel free to email us at info@blackcanadianman.com.God bless, peace, be well and keep the faith,Vibe and Vegasinfo@blackcanadianman.com
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The Taibu Community Health Centre is a non-profit community based organization providing comprehensive primary health care and health promotion programs and services to the residents of the Malvern community in the Toronto suburb of Scarborough. They focus their services on children, youth and seniors. They also have a mandate to provide specialized programs and services to the Black Community. In this episode, we have the opportunity to speak with Rose-Ann Bailey who is a health promoter for the Taibu Community Health Centre. If you would like to contact the Taibu Health Centre, here is their contact information:Taibu Community Health Centre1371 Neilson Road,Unit 418 - 421,Scarborough, Ontario.M1B 4Z8Telephone: (416) 644-3539 (Administration), (416) 644-3536 (Clinic)Fax: (416) 644-3542Email: info@taibuchc.caWebsite: www.taibuchc.caPlease feel free to email us at info@blackcanadianman.com.God bless, peace, be well and keep the faith,Vibe and Vegasinfo@blackcanadianman.com


This another show of firsts!!! It was the show that we have recorded at the "Harlem Underground Restaurant" at 745 Queen Street West in Toronto. It was the first time that the guests Michael Haughton and Michael Slocombe had met each other. It was the first time that we did a show on the importance of supply chain management. Enjoy!!!Please feel free to email us at info@blackcanadianman.com.God bless, peace, be well and keep the faith,Vibe and Vegasinfo@blackcanadiaman.com

During the last few years, we have seen many people lose their jobs and not get another one. These days, if you have a job, you should feel blessed. Claudette Thomas has been an career consultant for the last eleven years. We had the opportunity to talk and share with Ms. Thomas about her life and her current thoughts about and opportunities available in the current employment/career market. Ms. Thomas has been kind enough to provide her email address for you if you have any employment/career questions. Her email address is encourageed@hotmail.com.Please feel free to email us at info@blackcanadianman.com.God bless, peace, be well and keep the faith,Vibe and Vegasinfo@blackcanadianman.com
Category:Citizen Journalism -- posted at: 8:30am EDT

During the last few years, we have seen many people lose their jobs and not get another one. These days, if you have a job, you should feel blessed. Claudette Thomas has been an career consultant for the last eleven years. We had the opportunity to talk and share with Ms. Thomas about her life and her current thoughts about and opportunities available in the current employment/career market. Ms. Thomas has been kind enough to provide her email address for you if you have any employment/career questions. Her email address is encourageed@hotmail.com.Please feel free to email us at info@blackcanadianman.com.God bless, peace, be well and keep the faith,Vibe and Vegasinfo@blackcanadianman.com


We have been trying to interview Brandon Hay, the Executive Director of The Black Daddies Club, for a long time. The Black Daddies Club (BDC) was founded in 2007 by Brandon Hay in response to the lack of forums and spaces for Black men to discuss parenting issues as well as the issues facing the Black Community as a whole. The main goal is to change the image of the black father in the media, from a neglectful figure to a responsible, involved and loving role model. The BDC's mandate/guiding principles are:1. Develop a continuous support system for Black fathers to share their challenges and or experiences2. Host events featuring various speakers both high-profile and "everyday" people who can inspire and encourage positive practices for Black fathers and community members generally3. Work with the media to provide alternate images of Black fathersWe had the opportunity to speak with and to share with Brandon. He about how the history of the BDC, challenges that Black fathers face and about their upcoming event, "MONOGAMY...IT IS RELEVANT?" which is being held on Saturday, November 229, 2009 at The Strictly Roots Hair Salon at 154 Bathurst Street in Toronto, Ontario. The event starts promptly at 10 p.m. You can find out more information about this event and the BDC at their website, http://blackdaddiesclub.com/ .Please feel free to send us your comments, feedback and suggestions at info@blackcanadianman.com.God bless, peace, be well and keep the faith,Vibe and Vegasinfo@blackcanadianman.com