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(BBC) — The small Canadian town of Asbestos that decided it needed a rebrand has done away with the name derived from its mining heritage. The Quebec town, home to some 7,000 people, voted for “Val-des-Sources” as its new moniker. The town was once the location of the world’s largest asbestos mine. It was given […]

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CBC News:– Drake has caused a kerfuffle in Barbados as photos of the Canadian rap superstar posing with fans — both with and without a mask —  are circulating on social media. The Toronto-based performer arrived on Sunday, the same day the Caribbean island reopened to international visitors following a long lockdown due to COVID-19 — with flights from […]

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Press Release:- The Department of Labour wishes to inform the following farm workers who reside in the south of the island and were scheduled to travel to Canada during the months of March and April 2020, that they are expected to visit the Department’s Southern Branch which is located on the 4th floor of the National […]

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Press Release:- The Department of Labour wishes to inform all farm workers schedule to travel to Canada for the 2020/2021 Season to contact the staff of the Employment Unit via email or telephone. Farm Workers are asked to call one of the following telephone numbers between 8:30 and 4:00 pm: 1-758-722-0681 1-758- 720-1937 1-758-716-0857 Farm workers […]

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(CITY NEWS) — Thousands of customers seeking refunds from Canadian airlines during the pandemic are having their requests denied, setting the stage for a legal brawl at one of Canada’s highest courts. Passenger advocacy group Air Passenger Rights filed a case against the Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA) at the Federal Court of Appeal this week. ...

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When it comes to identifying new trading opportunities up north, the USA always serves as a starting point for the Caribbean family. Yet, as a nation that regularly ranks within the world’s top ten biggest economies, Canada is a powerhouse in its own right. It is a country that has had a long trading relationship with the Caribbean region, and one that wishes to grow stronger trading links with like-minded states in an international community currently in the grip of a protectionist fever not seen since the first half of the 20th century.

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(BARBADOS TODAY) – Two men have been arrested and are set to appear in court in connection with the attack of a Canadian visitor last month. Police say Travis Campbell, of no fixed placed of abode and Alexander Alleyne of Ealing Park, Christ Church— both 19—have been charged with aggravated burglary. On February 23, Kenneth ...

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Press Release:-  Governor Timothy Antoine of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) has confirmed that his organisation is reviewing applications for the intended sale of banking assets within the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) jurisdiction. Governor Antoine spoke at a press briefing on Friday 14 February 2020, following the 95th Meeting of the ECCU Monetary […]

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