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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Significant oil find in Trinidad

Significant oil find in Trinidad

Canadian energy company Touchstone Exploration last Monday announced a “significant crude oil discovery” in its onshore Cascadura field in Ortoire. Touchstone CEO Paul Baay said the results far exceeded any pre-drill expectations. “This well is not only a significant discovery and milestone for Touchstone, but we believe it also establishes a new development stage for […]

Injured migrant workers need your support

Injured migrant workers need your support

By: Chris Ramsaroop December 18th is declared International Day of Migrant Workers. This United Nations -recognized event is celebrated around the world to acknowledge the sacrifices and struggles of the millions of migrant workers – migrants like Luton Forbes, a farm worker and father of two from Jamaica whose back injury ended his ability to […]

Mayor Tory has big housing and transportation plans for Toronto

Mayor Tory has big housing and transportation plans for Toronto

By Nicole Georges Toronto Mayor John Tory says the city has big plans to meet the growing demands for housing and transportation in the city. The Mayor, who was the keynote speaker at a Christmas luncheon hosted by the Consular Corps Association of Toronto, said Toronto has enjoyed its share of success which has led […]

China offers Jamaica US$100 million in coffee grant

China offers Jamaica US$100 million in coffee grant

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries Audley Shaw says that the Government is eyeing a possible US$100 – million grant from the People’s Republic of China to help rebuild the infrastructure of the local coffee industry. ‘We are looking at a grant of US$100 million to build out the infrastructure of […]

How a Jamaican nurse overcame poverty, failure

How a Jamaican nurse overcame poverty, failure

It’s been a long, strange journey for debut novelist Latoya Harris who is promoting the novel, ‘True Reflections’. She is the most unlikely of authors, having failed C.X.C English as a teenager, and having failed the preliminary English course at the University of the West Indies four times. She worked meticulously on her craft and […]

CArt is Jamaica bound! New art fair set for Mandeville

CArt is Jamaica bound! New art fair set for Mandeville

By Stephen Weir Attention Jamaica, a group of Caribbean Canadian art experts is about to put the spotlight on art and artists from Jamaica and other Caribbean nations. A 3-day exhibition and sale of local art beginning January 30th will take place in Mandeville Jamaica. The fair is being spearheaded by well-known founder of the […]

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