Happy birthday to us

Letter from the Publisher

Happy birthday to us

Dear Readers,

Anthony Joseph

We  are proud to announce that The Caribbean  Camera is now 30 years old.

Unfortunately, at this time , we are experiencing problems which we have never had before in the entire history of the newspaper.

As  many of our faithful readers are aware, back in March this year when the Ontario government declared a State of Emergency in the province, we suspended delivery of The Caribbean  Camera  in printed form because the various business places where we had been distributing the paper have been shuttered.

However, the paper  remains available online and we are proud to note that we have never missed an issue.

Those who wish to receive an online edition of the paper, please let us know by e-mail. Send your request to editorial@thecaribbeancamera.com

At this juncture we would like to pay tribute to the co-founders of this newspaper, one of whom – Kifayat Mohammed, affectionately known as Kif  – passed away last month.

Both Mohammed and Raynier Maharaj  who started The Caribbean Camera, worked hard to keep this paper alive and for that we certainly owe them a debt of gratitude.

We remain  optimistic that  we will soon overcome the difficulties caused by the current COVID-19 pandemic and the paper will be again be available to readers at our regular outlets in the Greater Toronto Area and elsewhere.

Thanks again to all our readers and advertisers for sharing this journey with us.

 

Stay safe,

Anthony Joseph

Publisher

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