Daily Archives: 07/18/2017

St Stanislaus College Alumni – Toronto – SAINTS CARIBJAM – August 4, 2017 – UPDATED

BREAKING NEWS  –   Caribjam Last Lap Lime Ticket Package
Added on 17th July 2017

Get on board with this package price deal! Buy your Caribjam and Last Lime Lime ticket at the same time for $50.00, a discount of $5.00 from the LLL regular ticket price of $15.00. The LLL ticket discount price only applies if bought in conjunction with a Caribjam ticket.
This offer only available from the St Stanislaus College Alumni Association Toronto.
Call your supplier …Get yours today and avoid disappointment!
New York’s Finest Angels Caribbean Band will open their Canada Tour on Friday, August 4 at the Saints Alumni Toronto Annual CaribJam Dance at the Pickering Recreation Centre.
This will be another sold out event and you are encouraged to book your tickets early with your usual supplier.
Saints Alumni Toronto is proud to continue its tradition of providing high calibre entertainment and enjoyment at their fund raising events for their alma mater celebrating in 2017 – 151 years of Excellence in Education in Guyana.
It is not too early to plan which Caribana events to attend but Saints CaribJam Dance starts it all off and ends with Last Lap Lime on the holiday Monday. BTW, Last Lap Lime tickets will be available at the CaribJam Dance and you may be in for a bargain! Did I say that the Angels will also be the featured band at Last Lap Lime? Come on out and enjoy the Power of Live Caribbean Music at both events.
Looking forward to your group tickets reservation. Check out the flyer for all details…. as well as our website below

Go to: http://www.torontosaints.com/news/breaking-news-caribjam-last-lap-lime-ticket-package/222.html

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Considerations to be fulfilled—Before we rebuild  (the prison) – By Yvonne Sam

Considerations to be fulfilled—Before we rebuild  (the prison)

By Yvonne Sam

Before any thought is given to the rebuilding (whether we should, or would it be wood) relocating (still Durban or urban), construction (destruction), or refurbishing (new face to old place) of the Camp Street Prison we should instead reconsider and redirect our attention to urgent reexamination of the entire penal system. Such a move calls for a bottom-up remodeling of the prison program, sentencing structure and definite retraining of prison personnel.

Thus far what has been the primary goal of the Camp Street prison? Has it been to rehabilitate or incapacitate?   Have any of the goal(s) been met?  Prisons were initially created and constructed as a form of physical punishment, with some penalties and sanctions regarded as utilitarian in nature with the goals of deterrence.  It is blatantly apparent that the current prison system in Guyana has not worked, serving instead as an irritant rather than a deterrent. The incarcerated have been rated as the educators, teaching the personnel all along the way.    Continue reading

GUYANA SPEAKS: CINEGUYANA – July 30, 2017 – London. England

Cricket: West Indies stars offered ‘temporary amnesty’ by board

West Indies stars offered ‘temporary amnesty’ by board

Hard-line selection policy to be relaxed

With West Indies in a race to qualify for the 2019 World Cup, their cricket board has offered “temporary amnesty” to the players who do not fit their selection criteria in order to have them available to play ODIs. This could pave way for the return of stars such as Chris Gayle, Dwayne Bravo, Kieron Pollard, Sunil Narine, Samuel Badree as soon as next month when the team is scheduled for a tour of England, as had been earlier reported by ESPNcricinfo.

Cricket West Indies (CWI) has had a stringent policy of picking only those players who are active in the domestic one-day tournament for 50-over internationals. But, with one eye on putting the best XI on the park, the board and the West Indies Players Association have called a truce.

Read more: http://www.espncricinfo.com/westindies/content/story/1111680.html

Also read:

‘There is still a lot of life in Chris Gayle’

Is the Universe Boss ready to hang up his boots? Not quite – poor year or not

Click here: http://www.espncricinfo.com/magazine/content/story/1111128.html

Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – July 17-18, 2017

News – 18 July 2017