Daily Archives: 10/18/2019

Retired Canadian chief elections officer to provide technical help to GECOM Chair

Jean-Pierre Kingsley
Jean-Pierre Kingsley

Jean-Pierre Kingsley,  who served as Canada’s Chief Electoral Officer for 17 years,  has accepted the invitation of GECOM Chair Justice (rtd) Claudette Singh to provide technical electoral aid to the Chair.

Sources told Stabroek News that Kingsley has met with Justice Singh, Chief Election Officer Keith Lowenfield and senior staff of the GECOM Secretariat, GECOM Commissioners, political parties and representatives of the diplomatic community.                  Continue reading

Queen’s College Alumni Association Toronto: 175th Anniversary Party – December 7, 2019

Queen’s College Alumni Association Toronto 175th Anniversary Party


The Toronto chapter is joining in the fun to celebrate Queen’s College 175th anniversary. Join us as we reminisce our school days at QC in Guyana. Bring all those stories and let’s dance the night away.

Tickets are $45. All food and drinks are included in the ticket cost.

Go to this link to order: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/qcaa-toronto-175th-anniversary-party-tickets-76568270759 

You can also purchase tickets from the contacts listed below.

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U.S: Pollution has been killing historically powerless Americans for decades – By Mohamed Hamaludin


The existential threat which global warming poses to the human race seems finally to be gaining the attention it deserves but not so another aspect of the environmental crisis: powerless Americans dying from lethal pollution of the water, air and land. Governmental authorities are directly to blame.

Lead pollution of the drinking water of residents of Flint, Michigan, started in 2014 when state-appointed officials switched the water supply to the Flint River and exposed between 6,000 and 12,000 children to serious health problems. At least 2,500 water lines remain polluted five years later.        Continue reading

World Trade Centers Association eyes Guyana – GACC

Guyanese American Chamber of Commerce (GACC) at Florida Trade Show

FDA’s Kim Prenter  with Anne Peters Bristol of Anne’s Products while GACC president Wesley Kirton listens.

This was made known by the Guyanese American Chamber of Commerce (GACC) which is a strong advocate for local businesses reaching a network of potential partners and customers.            Continue reading

Federation of Guyanese Nationals: Bazaar: London UK – December 1, 2019