T&T govt minister and husband arrested

T&T govt minister and husband arrested

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – Police in Trinidad and Tobago are still questioning Public Administration Minister Marlene McDonald and her husband, Michael Carew, in an investigation into corruption allegations after members of the Fraud Squad searched their home and arresting them last Thursday. The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) said in a statement that […]

Why Should You Care About Those Behind Prison Walls?

Why Should You Care About Those Behind Prison Walls?

By Victor Beausoleil On January 27, last,  22-year-old Jalani Hibbert was charged with one count of second-degree murder after the death of 41 year old Victor Ogundipe inside Toronto South Detention Centre. The weakening and dehumanizing conditions in this $1.3- billion facility, which we, as taxpayers, will be paying off for the next 30 years, […]

REVIEW – SOUSATZKA

A review by Meegan Scott Sousatzka, a delightful musical with a different kind of theatrical flow, has come to Toronto at the perfect time.  The way in which the Show listens as well as speaks to Toronto through Luca’s rewrite of the original story, “Madame Sousatzka” by Bernice Rubens, and the Drabinsky production is what […]

Senator Don Meredith remains defiant

Senator Don Meredith  remains defiant

By Judy Pham Amid mounting pressure on Senator Don Meredith to resign,  the Jamaica-born politician remains defiant after he was found to have breached the senate ethics code by engaging in an inappropriate sexual relationship with a young woman that started when she was 16 years old. Up to press time, the 52-year old Toronto […]

Snap, crackle and pop your ‘toy’ in now

Post a photo up to Christmas Eve of Rice Krispies shaped like a toy to help kids in need. You can get your child involved in making and creating a toy-shaped treat to help those in need. To celebrate the season and make a difference, Kellogg’s Rice Krispies cereal and the Salvation Army are partnering […]

We need YOU for a special Pan Am project 2015 Celebration

A message from Anthony Joseph, President and Publisher of The Caribbean Camera. In the summer of 2015 The Caribbean Camera will celebrate 25 years of serving the community and we are planning something extra special for the community but we need your help if this is going to be successful. With any community event in […]

Lessons for Canada

Lessons for Canada

Lessons for Canada Given the gravity and the volatile nature of the issues involved, The Caribbean Camera finds it necessary to provide some extensive analysis to explain the basis for its forceful statement of principles and opinion which comes at the end of this Editorial. The violent death of unarmed Black eighteen-year-old Michael Brown in […]

Letter from the President/CEO of the Caribbean Camera

The Caribbean Camera is looking at ways to create a better newspaper. In our past two editions, we tried some different things. In the weeks and months ahead, we will be looking at rejuvenating the newspaper. I wish to announced that our long time Managing Editor, Raynier Maharaj has left his position after 24 years […]

Important Notice

Important Notice

Please be advised that Raynier Maharaj is no longer associated with the Caribbean Camera.  He is therefore not authorized to conduct any business for or on behalf of the Caribbean Camera newspaper.

Commission of Enquiry to examine events into extraditing Dudas

Commission of Enquiry to examine events into extraditing Dudas

Jamaica’s Governor General has appointed a Commission of Enquiry to examine the events that led to attempts to extradite Tivoli Gardens strongman Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke in May 2010. Governor General Sir Patrick Allen announced the three-member Commission. They are Chairman, Sir David Simmons, retired Chief Justice of Barbados and former attorney general of Barbados; Justice […]