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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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‘Top Chef’ winner appointed St. Lucia’s culinary ambassador

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Nina Compton

Just a little bit of assurance from others could sometimes be the big confidence booster a person is seeking.
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Haitians urged to make wider use of mobile banking

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Dr. Espelencia Baptiste

In the aftermath of the January 2010 catastrophic earthquake that devastated Haiti, claiming almost 200,000 lives and displacing millions, Digicel partnered with Scotiabank and the Gates Foundation to roll out a mobile payment sys
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Brampton resident wins Toastmasters competition

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Roger Caesar

To be a successful salesperson, confidence, product knowledge and the ability to articulate thoughts and ideas clearly are essential.
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Caribbean should aim to reduce electricity costs-CDB head

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Dr. Warren Smith

Emphasizing that the Caribbean is not energy poor, Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) president, Dr. Warren Smith, is encouraging regional countries to pursue realistic goals in that sector, which he says will help substantially red
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Local organization helps marginalized rebuild lives

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Windfall's Cindy Roemer

Marginalized Toronto men and women are being given a helping hand with new clothing, personal care products and even cell phones by a non-profit agency that helps them find jobs to get back on their feet.
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Naomi Cowan honoured at Ryerson media awards luncheon

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Master's student Naomi Cowan

While graduating from Jamaica’s Campion College was a major milestone on the path to successful adulthood, Naomi Cowan was not fulfilled.
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Diaspora to support agriculture projects in Jamaica

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In an effort to engage the Diaspora in Jamaica’s agricultural development, the Jamaica Diaspora Canada Foundation (JDCF) recently formed an Agriculture Committee.
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Liberal candidate comes close to retaking Jim Flaherty old seat

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Celina Caesar-Chavannes

Celina Caesar-Chavannes has a lot to be proud of after her stellar showing in last Monday’s federal by-election in Whitby-Oshawa.
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