Guyana’s first oil lift – tanker arrives to make history

Guyana’s first oil lift – tanker arrives to make history

GEORGETOWN– The Marshall Islands-registered crude oil tanker, Yannis P, has arrived in Guyana as the country will soon lift the first one million barrels of crude from the Stabroek Block offshore Guyana. Production in Guyana commenced on December 20, last year, less than five years after the first-ever commercial discovery in the South American country […]

Caribbean Diaspora Entrepreneurs Network launched

Caribbean Diaspora Entrepreneurs Network launched

The Community of Practice for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs ( CoP) has launched its global network and map for diaspora entrepreneurs, their peers in the Caribbean, affiliates in host countries, and venture capitalists. The Caribbean Diaspora Entrepreneurs Network  and map will allow members to share information about the products and service they offer, talents or skill […]

York school board to hire coaches to help Black high school grad

York school board to hire coaches to help Black high school grad

The York regional district school board has embarked on a brand new campaign to increase the success of black student population. They have done so by putting their money where their mouth is by creating two new positions to work with and mentor black students within the York school system who are struggling to graduate. This program is based on […]

Obama helps with creating an economic conscious society

Obama helps with creating an economic conscious society

By Gwyn Chapman Rhiannon Rosalind is by far one of Canada’s most relevant and conscious leaders.  She is the CEO of the Economic Club of Canada, an organisation with an impressive record of presenting a platform for North America’s top decision makers, in politics, social development, and business. Rhiannon has hosted an event with First […]

Another big oil find in CARICOM – Suriname

Another big oil find in CARICOM – Suriname

PARAMARIBO, Suriname – On the heels of major oil discoveries in Guyana, another big find has been made by French and US companies drilling offshore Suriname. The US-based Apache Corporation and French multinational Total S.A, which are 50/50 partners in the Block 58 acreage off the coast of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) nation, say they’ve […]

Caribbean and African leaders should negotiate mutually beneficial deals with the Chinese

Caribbean and African leaders should negotiate  mutually beneficial deals with the Chinese

By Carlton Joseph Towards the end of last year, China’s growing economic influence in the Caribbean and Africa became a hot topic of discussion. Many people in the Caribbean expressed deep concern that the contracts that their governments were signing with China did not benefit their countries, the debt created could not be repaid and […]

The time has come for Caribbean food

The time has come for Caribbean food

Jamaican Canadian Chef Noel Cunningham is Leading The Charge. By Stephen Weir Toronto diners are always looking to catch the next wave. They have gone crazy over Italian pizza, Korean Pho and French everything. Mexican burritos and Japanese cheese cake. But when will it be Caribbean cuisine’s time in the bright lights of Canada’s biggest […]

Carol Shirtliff-Hinds is one tough woman in a tough profession

Carol Shirtliff-Hinds is one tough woman in a tough profession

By Gwyn Chapman Carol Shirtliff-Hinds, is the powerhouse behind one of the largest law firm in Newmarket, and the largest Female and Black led law firm in the GTA with close to 20 lawyers. Shirtliff-Hinds exemplifies leadership, and over the past 20 years has developed an excellent reputation in both the courthouse and the community. […]

Change is the watchword at G98.7

Change is the watchword at G98.7

By Stephen Weir A court ordered mandate brings the winds of change to radio station G-98.7.  The Caribbean Camera has learned that at a closed-door Ontario Supreme Court Justice hearing the issue of staffing was discussed and changes made. The paper has learned that apparently two staff members including the former C00, are no longer […]

Etobicoke Youth Children’s Christmas Party was blast

Etobicoke Youth Children’s Christmas Party was blast

By Kelly Roche Torn wrapping paper littered the floor, serving as evidence of a good time. More than 500 Toronto kids received a dose of Christmas cheer alongside a visit from Santa at the 15th annual Advocates for Etobicoke Youth (AFEY) Children’s Christmas Party in Rexdale on Dec. 7. The party was held at Woodbine […]

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