Daily Archives: 12/16/2017

Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – December 15-16. 2017

News –16 December 2017

Granger promises to prosecute corrupt officials

Speaker disallows Motion to add Exxon US$18M bonus to Consolidated Fund

U.S $18m Exxon signing bonus…First set of oil money & they attempted to steal it – Jagdeo

Union “hopeful” after meeting privatisation body… Unit to run three sugar estates until investors found

Economy being rebalanced… Govt allows for moderate growth – Pres. Granger

President, First Lady host luncheon for seniors

Overseas-based nominee for Chancellor Post identified

Illegal aircraft at Santa Fe… Prime suspect linked to another illegal plane, airstrip found in 2016

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Black Voters Delivered for Doug Jones. STOP Thanking Us  — and Start Asking Why Whites Didn’t

Black Voters Delivered for Doug Jones. STOP Thanking Us  — and Start Asking Why Whites Didn’t

Kelly Macias | Daily Kos

This week, Democrats made history with the Doug Jones’ win in the Senate special election in Alabama. Going into the race, pundits across the board decided that black people were “unenthusiastic” and “uninspired” about Jones.

To that end, Democrats wondered if black voters would turn out in high enough numbers to secure a win, while Republicans did everything they could to suppress black votes in the state.    Continue reading

Holland’s Barriers to The Sea – The Battle Against Water – Video

Editor’s Note: Guyana’s coastline is below sea level at high tide in many places. The Dutch colonized the territory for over 200 years before the British took it over and its drainage and irrigation systems were originally designed by the Dutch. This video should help Guyanese understand the issues they face with global warming floods and rising sea levels.

The Delta Works in the Netherlands (Holland) is the largest flood protection project in the world. This project consists of a number of surge barriers, for examples:     Continue reading

 CanGo – Canada-Guyana Outreach Mission – 2017 Report

Canada-Guyana Outreach Mission

Health Care for Guyana   



2017 was a very busy year for Canada-Guyana Outreach Mission (CanGO).  In February, I traveled to Guyana to conclude some unfinished business with the Guyana Revenue Agency and to make dental arrangements for the children who will be having surgery in March 2018.

At that time I took the opportunity to visit the Ministry of Public Health, the Diaspora Unit of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Prime Minister’s office where I discussed the many challenges we were experiencing while trying to organize the annual mission.

READ MORE:  Canada-Guyana Outreach Mission – 2017 Report

Guyana- Sunshine at Christmas Time- 20 poems- By Dmitri Allicock + video

 Guyana– Sunshine at Christmas Time- 20 poems

Read more:  Guyana- Sunshine at Christmas Time- 20 poems – By Dmitri Allicock + Video 

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