BBPA in the Community

About Little Jamaica Eglinton Avenue West
Little Jamaica is a “BBPA In the Community” Initiative. Partners include Toronto’s Economic Development and Culture Division and the Confronting Anti Black Racism Unit.

Happenings on the street

Our plan to refresh the neighborhood and bring business back

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Little Jamaica

Eglinton Avenue W., from Keele Street in the west to Marlee Avenue in the east, known as Little Jamaica, is considered one of Toronto’s many exciting ethnic communities. It features a city laneway named “Reggae Lane.”

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BBPA In The Community

Promote greater inclusion, diversity, equity and access in the area; includes cultivating an environment conducive to full participation amongst Black business owners

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Events

Over several decades, the small and vibrant community of Little Jamaica has seen continuous change and growth amongst their businesses, services and style.

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    Browse the Restaurants

    Whether it's dine-in, take-out, or delivery, Little Jamaica won't disappoint

    There’s a reason Little Jamaica has its own significance and is known as a five-star street. The options for food and drinks are endless and exceptional! See our featured restaurants here.

    Browse the Businesses

    A hub on entrepreneurship, the small and local businesses are authentic and significant to the Eglinton West pocket. From music to tourism, the options along this Avenue are nothing short of special and extraordinary. Browse here!

    The top 5 restaurants in Little Jamaica

    Whether it's dine-in, take-out, or delivery, Little Jamaica won't disappoint

    There’s a reason Little Jamaica has its own significance and is known as a five-star street. The options for food and drinks are endless and exceptional! See our featured restaurants here.

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