Daily Archives: April 23, 2018

Toronto. Canada: 10 dead, 15 injured after rented van strikes pedestrians – video update

UPDATE from BBC NEWS

READ MORE: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-43873804

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New York Mayor Bill de Blasio reduces ICE cooperation

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio reduces ICE cooperation

NY Mayor Bill de Blasio

The two bills, signed into law since Nov. 14, 2014, also end the presence of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) at Rikers Island and all City facilities.        Continue reading

St. Stanislaus College Alumni – Golf Tournament – Stouffville ON. Canada – July 14. 2018

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Venezuela: Let’s Discuss Nicolás’ Five Years of Epic Victories

Let’s Discuss Nicolás’ Five Years of Epic Victories

By Carlos Hernández | Caracas Chronicles

Nicolás Maduro

It’s been 5 years already since the glorious victory of our Commander in Chief Nicolás Maduro and, you know me — I’d normally insult that human rights abuser like I invented it, but Tamara’s article about the Law Against Hate victims gave me goosebumps. So today, for me, it’s all about love.

One of the biggest achievements of the past five years has been the strike against the bourgeoisie: According to the Doing Business report of the World Bank, in 2013, Venezuela ranked 180/185, the 6th worst economy to do business in. This year we reached the 188/190 place.     Continue reading

Celebrating 180th Anniversary of Indian Arrivals Day in Guyana 

Celebrating 180th Anniversary of Indian Arrivals Day in Guyana 

By Vidur Dindayal

 It is truly wonderful that we are celebrating Indian Arrivals Day. We say thanksgiving prayers to our forbears who suffered and toiled to make a good life for themselves and for us who follow them. We thank them for clearing the path and building a home for us to live and prosper in Guyana, in the new world, far away from mother India.

180 years ago our ancestors first set foot in Guyana. The first batch, 249 in all, sailed from India in the SS Whitby on 13 January 1838 and arrived in Guyana on 5 May 1838 after a voyage of 112 days. The first landings were 164 passengers at Highbury, East Bank Berbice. The SS Hesperus with 165 on board sailed from Calcutta on 29 January 1838 and arrived in Guyana on the night of 5 May 1838.       Continue reading

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