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Kittitians, Nevisians now need visa to enter Canada

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The ability for residents of St. Kitts & Nevis to travel freely between their twin islands country and Canada has ended because of its government’s controversial economic citizenship program.
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Sir Shridath’s book analyzes challenges that dominated Caribbean

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Sir Sridath Sonny Ramphal

Fearful they might lose their grip on power in their respective countries, Caribbean leaders selfishly rejected the crucial recommendation for a central executive authority to ensure the implementation of the decisions taken toget
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Agencies lobby for changes to Bill that would hurt refugees

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Some 160 agencies from across Canada have banded together to lobby Ottawa for changes to an omnibus Bill C-43 that is under study and if passed will limit social assistance benefits for refugee claimants.
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Justice Kofi Barnes honoured by York University

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Justice Kofi Barnes

There was only one law school on Justice Kofi Barnes’ radar after he attained his first degree from Trent University.
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New Jamaica H.C. seeks to strengthen Canada-Jamaica ties

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New Jamaica high commissioner Janice Miller

New Jamaica high commissioner Janice Miller, has pledged to build on the solid platform set by her predecessors.
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Commitment to redeveloping Haiti recognized at gala

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PEH president Dr. Eric Pierre

Back in Haiti six months after the devastating January 2010 earthquake, long-time honorary consul general Dr. Eric Pierre was still unsure of the role he could play to help alleviate the suffering in the land of his birth when he
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Excellence the buzzword at BBPA national convention

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Isaac Newton

Excellence was the buzz word as the Black Business and Professional Association (BBPA) launched its new building last week to coincide with its fifth national convention.
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Dr. Sylvanus Thompson to help Jamaica control ChikV

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Dr. Sylvanus Thompson

A world-renowned Toronto public health specialist has been appointed to coordinate health issues relating to Jamaica and the diaspora communities in Canada.
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Spouses protest over length of sponsorship process

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Mark Carr and Anita Binlac

A small but vocal group of angry spouses protested outside the Ajax office of Immigration Minister, Chris Alexander, to vent their outrage over the lengthy processing time it takes to sponsor their loved ones to Canada.
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Minister encourages nationals to invest in Antigua & Barbuda

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Antigua & Barbuda's Consul General Ann-Marie Layne and Minister Charles Max Fernandez

Antigua & Barbuda is open for business and nationals in Canada and the rest of the diaspora are encouraged to invest in the country of their birth.
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