Daily Archives: October 10, 2019

“APNU is not against cash grants” from oil revenues but more information needed – Granger

— WPA ready to negotiate modified proposal

President David Granger

President David Granger on Wednesday sought to dispel concerns that he is opposed to direct cash transfer of some oil revenues to Guyanese, even as the Working People’s Alliance (WPA) signaled that it was ready to modify its proposal with other political parties in A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) whenever those talks begin.

“There has been a lot of speculation and we ask that people put figures to their intention before we make any public discussion but the APNU is not against cash grants. It needs to know more so it can make a proper announcement to the people of Guyana,” the President said.              Continue reading

Trinidad Police Rescue 69 People from “Modern-Day Slavery” at Church Facility

Pastor Among Six Detained

A sting operation was executed by the Special Operation Response Team (SORT) at the Transformed Life Min­istry Re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion Cen­tre.

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Wednesday October 9, 2019 – Police in Trinidad and Tobago this morning said they had “unearthed modern-day slavery” at a church’s rehabilitation centre, rescuing 69 people who had been held in captivity and arresting a pastor and five other people.              Continue reading

Guyana Politics: Toshao Chairman upbraids Opposition for disrespecting President Granger

Chairman of the National Toshaos Council (NTC), Nicholas Fredericks

However, while heading to the podium, a small number of opposition leaders refused to stand.          Continue reading

Infographic | Visualizing Global Attitudes Towards Retirement

Visualizing Global Attitudes Towards Retirement

Around the world, people have different attitudes towards what to expect in their retirement years.

Statistics show that not having enough money at retirement is a nearly universal issue, and 51% of employees with a workplace pension are worried that they won’t make enough to live their ideal retirement life.

Of course, there are always notable exceptions to every rule.

Does reality match expectation?
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GCCABC: Guyanese Canadian Cultural Association of BC: Old Time Lime – Nov 9. 2019

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