Guyanese Online Website – 13th Year – now over Eight Million Views

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Kaieteur Falls. Guyana. South America.

Guyanese Online celebrated its 12th Anniversary in February 2022.

Guyanese Online was not established as a business website. Its main goal was to offer FREE advertising to Guyanese Associations worldwide, and to communicate with the Guyana Diaspora.

This goal has been achieved over the last 12 years, but the COVID pandemic has affected all organizations and we hope that they will recover quickly as life is normalized. The blog also features:

  • News Updates from Guyana and the Caribbean.
  • Guyanese and Caribbean Recipes.
  • Books published by Guyanese Authors.
  • Articles and commentaries by Guyanese and Caribbean writers.
  • Sponsored blogs – maintained by Guyanese Online
  • News and Commentaries + videos on current International events
  • Music and other videos.

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GUYANESE ONLINE – est. February 2010 -10th Anniversary 2020

The Guyanese Online Blog: Tenth Anniversary – February 2020

Now over seven Million views

Guyanese Online Celebrated its 10th Anniversary – February 2020.

Published by Cyril Bryan – cybryan@gmail.com

  • The first entry in Guyanese Online was published on February 9, 2010.

  • At midnight on February 8, 2020 the total hits to date were 6,620,655. Total Posts or Entries were 13,254.
  • This website and the regular mail-outs are viewed by thousands of Guyanese and others, especially in the Diaspora.
  • We hope that Guyanese Online has been helpful in advertising the work of Guyanese Associations worldwide.        
  • We also hope that you have enjoyed the news, articles, and  commentaries on various subjects that relate to Guyana, the Caribbean Region and Internationally.         

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Guyanese Associations: Events, Conferences, Newsletters and Announcements

UPCOMING CONFERENCES, EVENTS & PUBLICATIONS by GUYANESE ASSOCIATIONS

Guyanese Associations can advertise FREE on this Blog.  Please send your advertisements to 
Contact Cyril Bryan at cybryan@gmail.com   

  • GUYANESE EVENTS

GUYANA: “OLD TIME” Christmas Brunch – Pickering ON. -December 18, 2022

Toronto Entertainment: Triple Play- Sunday December 4, 2022

Linden Fund USA – GivingTuesday 2022

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  • ANNOUNCEMENTS and NEWSLETTERS:               

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TRAVEL: Guyana and Canada in talks for visa-free travel

November 29, 2022. NEWSROOM Guyana

The Government of Guyana has expressed an interest in having visa-free travel to Canada and Canadian High Commissioner Mark Berman said that the two governments are discussing this.

Berman, at the sidelines of an event on Monday, said that High Commission raised Guyana’s interest with the Canadian government. He, however, noted that Canada’s visa policy is different from that of the United Kingdom (UK).    Continue reading

CHINA: Tucker: COVID reaction: It is hard to believe this is real

CHINA: Tucker: COVID reaction: It is hard to believe this is real

WARNING-Graphic footage: Fox News host Tucker Carlson rips the reaction from the Biden administration and the left to protests in China over the COVID-19 lockdowns on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.

PROFILE: Buxtonian Pauline Baird is dedicated to keeping Guyanese creole alive

Buxton born writer and professor Pauline Baird is dedicated to keeping Guyanese creole alive

By Oluatoyin Alleyne – November 20, 2022

Dr. Pauline Baird

Dr Pauline Baird is a professor and author who wants to keep Guyanese creole alive and chief among her attributes is her storytelling skill, which she learned from her deceased mother, who was a consummate storyteller.

In fact, Megan Griffith-Baird did not just tell the stories she portrayed them in the way she dressed, which was always African styled, and when she walked through the streets of Buxton, East Coast Demerara, everyone knew her mission was keeping African culture alive. Her daughter described her as being quite an activist.                    Continue reading

MUSIC: Bob Marley & The Wailers – Three Little Birds (Official Video)

GUYANA: “OLD TIME” Christmas Brunch – Pickering ON. -December 18, 2022

GUYANA: Is the US becoming impatient with Guyana?

By Ralph Ramkarran – Conversation Tree Blog

November 13, 2022 – Stabroek News. Guyana

Why is it necessary for the US Ambassador, Her Excellency Sarah Ann Lynch, to again call for inclusion, long term growth for all nationals and legislation against corruption? Ambassador Lynch’s remarks on the Wilson Centre’s Plaza Centre podcast titled “Guyana’s ‘oil Rush” were reported by Demerara Waves on 9 November.

Ambassador Lynch is reported to have said: “It is an ethnically divided society and so they need to focus on inclusion and there have been many efforts to do so far but they will need to continue to do that at an increased pace.”

In relation to economic growth the Ambassador said: “…we are encouraging them to focus on efforts that will create sustainable growth for the entire country no matter ethnicity, no matter race, no matter gender, no matter geography…” This implies that such a focus does not exist.        Continue reading

GUYANA: Celebrate Stanley Greaves – and his birthday – VIRTUAL PRESENTATION

STANLEY GREAVES

STANLEY GREAVES

Guyana SPEAKS will be hosting a zoom event this coming Sunday at 3.30pm on Stanley Greaves, ‘Maker of Things’, Part 2.  Helping us to celebrate Stanley Greaves – and his birthday – are our distinguished guests: 
Therese Hadchity, Major General (retd) Joseph G Singh, Aubrey Williams, Dr. Dawn Forde Arno.  For further details, and to register, please go to: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/stanley-greaves-maker-of-things-part-2-its-his-birthday-tickets-467084029907
 
You can alternatively simply click on the ZOOM link below to join the meeting.  Please however ensure that your full name is visible on entering the waiting room or you may not be given access to the meeting.                

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GEORGETOWN. Guyana. – Sections of City swamped


…NDIA said to be monitoring pumps, sluices

Kaieteur News – With sections of Georgetown knee-deep waters as result of heavy rains, the Ministry of Agriculture said that the National Drainage and Irrigation Authority (NDIA) has stepped up its monitoring of all pumps and sluices in the city. In a Press Release Tuesday evening the Ministry said following approximately four inches of rainfall recorded today and the anticipated high-intensity rainfall in the coming days.

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Toronto Entertainment: Triple Play- Sunday December 4, 2022

Canada: Why the country wants to bring in 1.5m immigrants by 2025 – BBC News

New citizens
About one in four Canadians came to the country as an immigrant

Earlier this month, the federal government announced an aggressive plan to take in 500,000 immigrants a year by 2025, with almost 1.5 million new immigrants coming to the country over the next three years.

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