Daily Archives: October 22, 2015

CaribbeanGraphic – Oct. 21 2015 Edition now available

CaribbeanGraphic – Oct. 21 2015 Edition now available

Click here to get the Oct 21 2015 online edition. Click here for the Oct 21 2015 pdf version, best for offline reading.
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Grenadian-born Celina Wins Whitby For Trudeau’s Liberals!celina-caesar-chavannes

Grenadian-born Celina Caesar-Chavannes was one of the Ontario victors as the Justin Trudeau led Liberals swept to a majority win the October 19 Federal Elections. Caesar-Chavannes edged out Conservative incumbent MP Pat Perkins in the former Tory stronghold of Whitby. The race went down to the wire as Caesar-Chavannes built on her previous gains established in a 2014 by-election in the redrawn riding.  
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GUYANA – LATEST NEWS – 22 October 2015

GUYANA – LATEST NEWS – 22 October 2015

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Latest News Headlines – Kaieteur News – 22 October 2015

GUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 20 October 2015

Capitol TV logoGUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 20 October 2015

  • Calls for transparency
  • New aircraft regulations soon
  • Community concerns
  • Dynamic Airlines soon to expand its services
  • No slacking up on labour laws
  • Mother seeks justice
  • Sports

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Guyana Christian Charities – Bake and Food Sale – Pickering Ontario – October 25, 2015

Reminder for this event this coming Sunday October 25, 2015

Guyanese Online

GCC- 2015 Bake Sale

Download Flyer: GCC – 2015 Bake Sale -October 25, 2015

Guyana Christian Charities – (GCC)  

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Climate Disruption: Thought of the Week – By Rosaliene Bacchus

Three Worlds One Vision

Earth Pledge - UNCED - June 1992

People sign the Earth Pledge – June 1992
UN Conference on Environment and Development
Photo Credit: UNCED

Which countries are doing the most to stop dangerous global warming?

In November, nearly 200 countries meet in Paris for UN talks to agree a new climate deal. Find out how pledges compare in The Guardian’s in-depth analysis of 13 key countries and blocs: EU, Japan, Russia, US, Canada, Australia, Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Ethiopia, Mexico, and Morocco.

~ “Which countries are doing the most to stop dangerous global warming?” The Guardian, October 2015.

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