The Dr. Vibe Show™

Black Canada Talking™ is a live online event that provides Black Canadians opportunity to give their takes and POVs on stories that are of importance to them.

On today’s edition of Black Canada Talking™, our scheduled guests is: Steve Anderson, Deputy Mayor for the Town of Shelburne, Ontario and a Regional Councillor for the County of Dufferin.

Steve is the Deputy Mayor for the Town of Shelburne and a Regional Councillor for the County of Dufferin. In addition, Steve is a Senior practicing litigation lawyer with over 16 years of experience with the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) where he has received several awards for his distinguished service.

Steve has extensive community experience that includes serving as the former Vice-President for the Ontario College of Kinesiology, Board Member for Community Care Access Centre (CCAC), Citizen Appointment for the City of Brampton Task Force. Steve currently serves as a Board Member for the County of Dufferin and the Town of Shelburne’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee. He also serves as Director for Defence Construction Canada.

Regarding his personal accomplishments, Steve was proud to be named by the Toronto Star as one of the Top 50 Jamaicans in the GTA in 2013 and equally proud of his acknowledgement by the House of Commons for his community service. Steve has recently added the title of Author with the highly anticipated release of his first book “Driven to Succeed.”

Steve is a strong believer in family and is a proud father of two children Asia and Devante.

During our conversation with Steve on the November 14, 2021 episode of Black Canada Talking™, Steve talked about:

– Growing up in a challenging neighbourhood and making some bad choices that almost derailed his future
– Some of the people that supported him in his youth including a teacher that changed his life
– Some of insights on some of his professional career
– Getting into politics and him winning
– The story behind him becoming the Deputy Mayor of Shelburne, Ontario
– The story behind the book including it being difficult revisiting some things from his past
– Writing about his parents separating when he was young and the impact it has had on him
– Him honouring his mother in the book
– Feedback about the book
– If he would change anything about his life
– Coming up with the title of the book
– Involving his kids in the writing of the book
– The importance of his mother in his life

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Dr. Vibe
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