https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/afrocart-business-launch-1.4777998 Stephen Ayeni and Naafiu Mohammed launched Afrocart in October 2017 (Paul Borkwood/CBC) Mohammed and Ayeni buy the products in bulk from an African grocery store in Toronto, then sell to customers who can’t easily access similar brick-and-mortar businesses.
https://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/b-c-woman-newly-adopted-son-still-stuck-in-ghana-due-to-paperwork-holdup-1.4173587 A Canadian woman and her newly adopted son have been stuck in Africa for more than three months because of a paperwork holdup. Kim and Clark Moran recently adopted a young boy named Ayo from Nigeria. The couple then travelled to Ghana to complete the adoption process.
https://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/b-c-woman-says-adopted-son-s-citizenship-not-being-processed-stuck-in-africa-for-a-month-1.4142673 Kimberlee Moran and her two-year-old son are waiting in Ghana for his Canadian citizenship paperwork to be processed. (Kim Moran / Instagram)