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Russell Williams   Some days ago I publicly expressed my concerns that after the swearing in of the new cabinet ministers, that the ministry of technology appeared to have been dropped. I wasn’t unduly worried because I thought that perhaps it would fall under infrastructure along with telecommunications. However, after […]

Technology, No Longer Homeless

Ottawa, Ontario? On the occasion of the second anniversary of the earthquake in Haiti, the Honourable Beverley J. Oda, Minister of International Cooperation, announced that Canada has committed to resettle 5,000 families (approximately 20,000 individuals) displaced by the 2010 earthquake and restore the Champ de Mars, a major public park […]

Canada to Resettle Haitians from Champ de Mars

By Sir Ronald Sanders (The Writer is a Consultant and former Caribbean Diplomat) Good article in support of India’s hosting of the games, however, while there are always issues at any major event, history has shown that it is those who shout loudest or have the most clout who gets […]

Stop Carping: Let The Commonwealth Games Begin

By Sir Ronald Sanders (The writer is a Consultant and former Caribbean Diplomat) At last a French President visited Haiti – a country that contributed greatly to France’s accumulation of wealth in the 18th Century and which France impoverished for a century after that. Nicolas Sarkozy arrived in devastated Haiti […]

France in Haiti: A fresh start by Sarkozy?