Being Black in Canada

Luke Ignace has had a hard time finding a barber on P.E.I. who knew how to cut his hair. (Brittany Spencer/CBC)

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When Luke Ignace thinks about the things he misses most about his home in the Bahamas, he can’t help but think about his barber.
Read his story and many more CBC reports related to Black History Month in their special section entitled Being Black in Canada.

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