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Incite Films takes a rare look at what actually happened to the CARIBANA Trademark in Toronto.

After 39 years of creating and producing the largest street festival in North America, the Caribbean community has been forced to succumb to political and corporate pressure despite the fact that the festival generates over 430 million dollars of economic activity in the city of Toronto annually.

The public has not been informed of what actually happened, and only knows that the festival traditionally known as CARIBANA™ is now sometimes referred to as the Scotiabank Toronto Caribbean Carnival. 

This documentary is a glimpse at the complex series of events that have taken place over the last decade that have affected the not-for-profit community organisation CARIBANA™.

 

 

 

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