ONE LAST STEP TO GO ARGOS

ONE LAST STEP TO GO ARGOS

LET’S GO ARGOS LET’S GO. This was 100 years in the making. I sat down today and watched the game. I loved it so bring on the Gray Cup. Finally a championship Team in Toronto. Leaf’s nation what nation more like a little island. Please turn off the hockey insanity until they come to their […]

Streaming live from Trinidad & Tobago

Caribbean Connections Television is attempting something that has never been done before. Perform a Live stream via Internet a tour of Trinidad presented by the Tourism Development Company in celebration of WestJet’s inaugural flight from Toronto to Trinidad & Tobago. Log on to www.caribbeanconnectionstv.com click on the Red LIVE WEB CAST button and wait for […]

Jamaican Ski Team

Jamaican Ski Team

When I take my son’s snow boarding this winter I wonder if some day they will be good enough to represent a country in the winter Olympics. Meet 22 year old Errol Kerr a founding member of the Jamaica Ski Team. Born in Brooklyn he holds dual citizenship courtesy of his Jamaican father and American […]

Fire your phone company and get free calling Canada and the U.S.

netTALK is a revolutionary company that offers a variety of VoIP and other products and services to help users save money. Whether you are looking to fire your phone company and replace your landline or enhance your communications and entertainment experience, netTALK has you covered NEW Call Blocking (block annoying calls) NEW Call ID Blocking […]

T&T 50 Plus & Seniors honor several

T&T 50 Plus & Seniors honor several

The Trinidad and Tobago 50 Plus and Seniors Group paid tribute to several of its volunteers at its annual dinner and dance held last Saturday in Scarborough. The awards were handed out to key players in the vibrant organization. In this photo, they are, from left, Yolanda Russell, Angela Roach, Harry and Gemma Sair Singh, […]

The Lion King

By Jean Hodgkinson Dressed in the lion’s skin, the ass spread terror far and wide -Jean de La Fontaine The aftermath of last week’s Republican defeat supplied late-night TV with plenty of comedic fodder as the conservative spin machine attempted to make sense of the facts, something it doesn’t do very often. Rachel Maddow of […]

Rights hearing to open for migrant worker

By Jasminee Sahoye The human rights hearings into the death of Jamaican migrant worker, Ned Livingston Peart who was killed while working at an Ontario tobacco farm in 2002, comes up on Monday, November 19 at the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal in downtown Toronto. Peart, 39, was crushed to death while working at the Vilaca […]