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Guyana Ex-Police Association of Canada – Dance in Toronto- May 3, 2014

GEPAC Flyer 2014

            

The Caribbean through the eyes of others – by David Jessop

By David Jessop

News Americas, LONDON, England, Thurs. April 17, 2014:  How others see us is sometimes hard to accept. Despite this, what they say when we are not present, can play a significant role in creating reputation and identity.

It also determines the tone of any response. In the case of nations, especially small states, it contributes to their perceived place in the world and may affect their ability to make progress.

This is not to suggest that image is more important than substance, or that the view of others is always correct, but to try to describe in what follows the much less positive light in which the Caribbean is seen than was the case a decade or more ago.  Continue reading

Govt signals spending disapproved by Opposition in Parliament

“There are ways and means to which we can find mechanisms to restore that which has been disapproved but the fundamental point,” Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Anil Nandlall told a news briefing immediately after the National Assembly’s Committee of Supply concluded consideration of the estimates of expenditure.

The total amount not approved by the opposition-controlled House  was GUY$37,461,340,000.   (about US $185M)    US$1 = 208 Guyana$ app

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Guyana: NAREI harvests English potatoes

NAREI harvests English potatoes
  
 (Demerara  Waves- April 16, 2014) The National Agriculture Research and Extension Institute (NAREI) has harvested the first batch of English potatoes from its nursery demonstration plot at Mon Repos, East Coast Demerara.

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Agriculture Minister Dr. Leslie Ramsammy and NAREI’s Resarcher, Mr Fredricks during the entity’s first harvest of English potatoes

The Ministry of Agriculture said in a statement that NAREI in keeping with its plan to diversify the sector as part of its work programme embarked on the planting of a number of non-traditional produce to which demonstration plots were commenced by researchers from the Institute.

Among the non-traditional crops currently grown are garlic, carrot, turmeric, ginger, chic peas and English potatoes.

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Guyanese Canadian Cultural Association of BC – Spring Dance – May 24, 2014

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My Multi-Ethnic Friends & Other Stories – by Cyril Dabydeen

An Appreciation of Cyril Dabydeen’s Storytelling

BOOK REVIEW: My Multi-Ethnic Friends & Other Stories

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Steel band music – Andy Narell: Coffee Street – video

Steel band music – Andy Narell: Coffee Street – video

Trinidad invented Steel Bands, and now they are being formed and promoted worldwide.  Here is a good band featuring Andy Narell and the University of North Texas College of Music Steel and Brass Band.

Published on Jan 22, 2013 — Coffee Street, (1998) by Andy Narell

Steel Band – Mark Ford, director;  One O’Clock Lab Band – Steve Weist, director
Recorded Live, October 29, 2012. Winspear Hall, College of Music
University of North Texas.  http://music.unt.edu

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Night Shift in the Wild of Guyana – By Dmitri Allicock

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Night Shift in the Wild of Guyana

By Dmitri Allicock

The fading light of Guyana’s dusk turns gray Night creatures awake without any delay Noisy life cheers, canopy shadows dance Celebrating and willing to take a chance I in the bright hours, thou in shadow-time I must now heed nature’s chimes  

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MovieTowne – Streets of the World – in Trinidad – video

MovieTowne – Streets of the World – in Trinidad – video

Published on Mar 24, 2014 - Streets of the World – Uniting cultures from around the world to create the entertainment mecca of the Caribbean.  If this becomes a reality it will aid in the development of tourism and investment in Trinidad and Tobago with the potential of  making it the “Entertainment Capital of the Caribbean”.

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THE SUITCASE – a meeting with GOD!

THE SUITCASE

 A man died, when he realized it, he saw God coming closer with a suitcase in his hand.

God said: Alright son its time to go.

Surprised the man responded: Now? So soon? I had a lot of plans…

I’m sorry but its time to go.

 

What do you have in that suitcase? the man asked.

God answered: Your belongings.

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