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Come back home – Govt. Ministers urge diaspora in Canada

Come back home – Govt. Ministers urge diaspora in Canada

AUGUST 9, 2015 | BY |
    Pic filed as Canada celebrations2 A section of the participants during the business session at the Crown Plaza in Toronto   Pic filed as Canada celebrations1 The mammoth crowd listening to Minister Harmon in Canada.

“Last Lap Lime” 2015 – Toronto Canada

Minister of State Joseph Harmon and Tourism Minister Cathy Hughes, recently led a small delegation to Canada, in order to update Guyanese in the diaspora of the plans and objectives of the new administration.

The delegation which also included a tourism official and representatives from the 50thIndependence Anniversary Commission, “received loud praises for their decision to visit Canada during “Last Lap Lime”, an event in Toronto Canada” which attracts the largest number of Guyanese.  Continue reading

Last Lap Lime 2011 – Toronto – Photo album

Last Lap Lime Tug-o-War 2011

TORONTO CARIBBEAN CARNIVAL – GUYANESE EVENTS – 2011

Here is a slide-show album of 340 pictures taken at the Last Lap Lime 2011, taken by Mark Bannister.  Click the following link…

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LAST LAP LIME – 15th Anniversary

LAST LAP LIME – 15th Anniversary

August 2, 2010

Download here> Last Lap Lime 2010 Flyer

The Last Lap Lime is an annual event held jointly by five non-profit Guyanese Alumni Associations resident in Toronto, Ontario.  It is the largest congregation of Guyanese outside Guyana.

This social event ensures that Guyanese culture remains vibrant in the diaspora by celebrating what it means to be Guyanese through entertainment, food, drink and ‘liming’.  The event provides a taste of Guyanese culture to the children, grandchildren and friends of Guyanese living in the Diaspora.

Join us for a fun filled day of entertainment, laughter, and good cheer!

Monday August 2 nd, 2010  – 15th Anniversary – LAST LAP LIME

Location: Woodbridge Fairgrounds 100 Porter Avenue Woodbridge, Ontario. Kipling Avenue & Highway 7. Large Parking area !  Tickets: Early-bird purchase – $15.00 At the event  – $25.00.

Buy Tickets from these locations – List of Ticket vendors < click here

Contact list for the five Alumni Associations <click here), associated with Last Lap Lime: Bishops High School; Queen’s College; St. Joseph’s High; St. Rose’s High;  St. Stanislaus College.

Download LLL Newsletter here: The Last lap Lime Gaff – April 2010

Newsletter – June 2010

Newsletter – June 2010

(click above or below to view 16-page newsletter)

Guyanese Online Newsletter -June 2010< download

In This Issue

Parliament Building - Georgetown. Guyana

Parliament Building - Georgetown. Guyana

Page 1– Masthead Picture: Parliament Buildings in Georgetown; President Jagdeo’s Independence Speech for 44th Anniversary.

Page 2-  EditorialVideos on Life and Education.

Page 3– Guest Editorial – New Models of Governance

Page 4-  Caribbean: Trinidad and Tobago Elections

Page 5– Guyana Tourism – Guyana Jamboree 2010.

Page 6—Guyana News with Headline News links

Amaila Falls Hydro Project;  RUSAL Hydro  Project Talks;   Governance links; Agriculture;  Gold and Diamond Mining Issues.

Page 7—Guyana News with Headline News Links; Golden Grove Community Centre Opens; St. Joseph Mercy Hospital Fire—News links

Page 8– Business Page with GO-Invest links

Page 9– Last Lap Lime – 15th Anniversary

Page 10- Associations: Guyanese Association of Georgia; Guyanese Association of  Barbados;

Page 11-  Associations: Guyanese association of Manitoba;Q.C. Alumni—”Fireworks in Queens”;“A Taste of Guyana” in Toronto; Friends of  Victoria Village “Creole Breakfast”; Buxton-  170th Anniversary Celebrations; The Arts Journal;  Ameena Gafoor’s column

Page 12- Arts and Culture: Tony Phillips—artist –  Website; Olga Lopes-Seale  – “Fun Run”  in Barbados;  Godfrey Chin: “The Forties in British Guiana.”

Page 13- Arts and Culture: “Reds” Perreira launches book on his life;“Come Walk With Me”  A book of  Poems by Francis Yvonne Jackson living in Chicago.

Page 14– 15- Historical:  “Glimpses of Kingston”  1948. Written by Joy W. Small in Kyk-Over-Al

Page 16– Advertising- Guyana Telephone Calling Cards;  Caribbean Cargo and Packaging Services.

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