Canada’s women take top spot in regional cricket

By Admin 02.05.2012

Canada has regained the top spot in women’s cricket in the region and, in the process, has qualified for the 2013 International Cricket Council (ICC) World Cup qualifier at a venue to be announced later.   The national side was …

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Dighton quits as Canada’s cricket coach to be with family

By Admin 02.05.2012

Michael Dighton had to choose between the young family he left behind in Australia and his coaching role with Canada’s cricket team.   Just seven months into the job, Dighton resigned last week citing personal reasons.   He may have …

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Jamaican is EMS ‘Communicator of the Year’

Natalie Silvera
By Admin 19.04.2012

Communications operators are a vital link between citizens needing urgent assistance and police, fire and medical personnel responding to calls for service. They are required to learn how to ask pertinent questions, give sound advice and process calls relating to a range of offences and incidents.

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New book celebrates the accomplishments of Jamaican in Canada

Jay Douglas, Bromley Armstrong, Lloyd Seivright, Bill DeLisser, Samantha Mahfood, Raphaelita Walker and Mary Long
By Admin 19.04.2012

When Bromley Armstrong arrived in Toronto in 1947, there was a sprinkling of Jamaicans in the city. Amy Nelson’s migration 11 years later coincided with a shift in Canada’s migration policy that emphasised labour-force and labour-market considerations that resulted in Jamaicans coming to Canada in significant numbers.

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