Daily Archives: March 14, 2017

Guyana– Latest News from various sources – March 12-13, 2017

Guyana: LATEST NEWS –March 12-13, 2017 – Kaieteur News… (see links to other news sources below)  

News – 12 March 2017

Ottawa City to Host May 21, 2017 Guyana Day in Celebration of Canada’s 150th Anniversary

Ottawa City to Host May 21, 2017 Guyana Day in Celebration of Canada’s 150th Anniversary

All roads will lead to the City of Ottawa on Sunday, May 21, 2017 to join in the Guyanese-Canadian Community’s hosting of ‘Guyana Day 2017,’in celebration of Canada’s 150th Anniversary of Confederation and Guyana’s 51’t Anniversary of independence. Under the theme ‘Enhancing the awareness of Guyana in Canada’s Sesquicentennial Year,’ Guyana Day 2017 will be held under the patronage of H. E. Clarissa Riehl, High Commissioner of the Republic of Guyana to Canada.    Continue reading

US ECONOMY- DANGER SIGNS– Essential Insights on Time – Dave Gonigam

March 13, 2017 – 5 Minute Forecast – Essential Insights on Time – Dave Gonigam

This is getting real old, real quick…

The USA Debt Reduced by More Than $ 60-Billion Since the Inauguration of President Donald Trump

President Donald Trump

The preceding appeared Friday (March 10, 2017), at one of the more infamous websites that belong to a portion of the mediasphere that one wag labeled “InfoTrump” — a funhouse mirror image of the blinkered mainstream in which the “outsider” president can do no wrong.

Now, it’s true that if you look at the U.S. Treasury’s “Debt to the Penny” website, the national debt has declined since Trump took office.      Continue reading

The Broken Glass Ceiling in Guyana – by Francis Quamina Farrier

The Broken Glass Ceiling in Guyana – by Francis Quamina Farrier

Francis Quamina Farrier

There is this perennial debate since Adam and Eve, as to which gender is the stronger; male or female. Physically, the majority of men are stronger than the majority of women. However, that being agreed on, whenever the debate gets more complex, such as how would a man cope with delivering a baby; or two or three or four or five, and sometimes even six, at one pregnancy, men tend to become very silent. Some of us know of women who have had the experience of multiple deliveries at one pregnancy. Here in Guyana, there are quite a number of twin births and a few triplets. For the mother, that is hard work; and what she goes through just before delivery is known as “Labour”. Super Mom Bridget, has four sets of Twins.      Continue reading

Follow me around: Tour Downtown Georgetown, Official Residences & Embassy Row – video

Follow me around: Tour Downtown Georgetown, Official Residences & Embassy Row

Raphael – Published on Mar 9, 2017
Follow me on a tour of the downtown Georgetown and learn why this city is known as the Garden City.
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