Daily Archives: November 27, 2016

Guyana– Latest News from various sources – November 27, 2016

Guyana: LATEST NEWS – 27 November 2016 – Kaieteur News… (see links to other news sources below)

Clients of convicted immigration consultant facing deportation for lying – CBC News

Clients of convicted immigration consultant facing deportation for lying

500 more people under investigation for falsely obtaining permanent residency and Canadian citizenship

Seized passports and stamps used in the immigration scam by New Can Consulting are displayed by the Canada Border Services Agency. (CBSA)

Seized passports and stamps used in the immigration scam by New Can Consulting are displayed by the Canada Border Services Agency.

November 25, 2016 – CBC News. Canada.

One by one, many of the 1,200 former clients of an unlicensed Richmond, B.C., immigration consultant are getting the bad news — they’re no longer welcome in Canada because they lied.

CBC News has learned 320 immigrants, who each paid thousands of dollars to New Can Consulting and owner Xun (Sunny) Wang, are now facing deportation to China.

One year ago, Wang, 47, was convicted of one of the biggest immigration scams in Canadian history — making $10 million by filing fraudulent immigration applications for his clients.      Continue reading

Financial Abuse – The Assistant of Domestic Violence – By Yvonne Sam

In keeping with the International Day of Violence against Women.

Financial Abuse – The Assistant of Domestic Violence

By Yvonne Sam

Opinion - commentary -analysisWhen the word domestic violence is used or thought about, the general public usually thinks of physical abuse that gives rise to visible injuries to the victim. Sadly, this is only one type of abuse. There are several categories of domestic abuse, each of which carries its own calamitous consequences.  Lethality involved with physical abuse certainly places the victim at greater risk, but the long term annihilation of individuality that goes along with the other forms of abuse is truly significant and cannot be attenuated.  In essence and truth, or better still harsh reality, the physical, mental, and emotional consequences are well known, but less so are the financial costs of domestic violence.      Continue reading

Guyana 411 – November 26, 2016 – Focus on Health Care Improvements

GINA logoGuyana 411 – November 26, 2016 – Focus on Health Care Improvements

BHS and QC Associations – Twelfth Night Winter Wonderland – Toronto – January 14, 2017

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