On Wednesday, January 17th, two large barrels of adult and children diapers, chucks (underpads), irrigation syringes, and school supplies, were donated to the Hillview Home for the Aged, the General Hospital and to the St. Peter’s R.C. Primary School in Grenada. The items, intended to positively impact the education of children and the health of […]
Iris Fredericka Pompey, known as Tantie Iris by many, will be 100 years old on 20th November 2017. She will be celebrating her birthday at Hitchin Town Hall, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom on Saturday 18th November 2017 with six of her 8 children (2 deceased), 19 grandchildren, 35 great grandchildren and 10 great, great grandchildren with […]
The Consulate General of Grenada in Toronto, along with the Hurricane Relief Working Committee wishes to thank our nationals and friends for the support given towards the Fund-Raising Event held to assist our Caribbean brothers and sisters who suffered from effects of the recent hurricanes. We are happy to announce that the amount $10235.97 raised […]
A street honor for a pioneer. Family and friends of Brooklyn educator Lenore G. Briggs celebrated the street co-naming ceremony in her honor in Prospect Lefferts Gardens on Oct. 21. The northeast corner of Rutland Road and Rogers Avenue was co-named for the early childhood educator, who passed away in 2015. The grand recognition […]
FROM THE STREETS OF TORONTO ON SATURDAY
Preparations for the National Sustainable Development Plan (NSDP) 2030 are at critical stage where the general public gets the opportunity to share their vision for Grenada by 2030. The development of the Plan was proposed by the Committee of Social Partners as a way of addressing the need for a comprehensive long term Strategic Development Plan […]
Toronto’s carnival festival, which was founded in 1967 by Grenadians, Trinidadians and other Caribbean nationals in the Canadian city and christened “Caribana,” is marking its 50th anniversary this year. As part of the anniversary celebrations, a series of photographic exhibitions has been mounted, featuring carnival scenes. And, among the exhibitors is Grenada-born, self-taught photographer Ian […]
FIFTY-FIVE PLUS CLUB HELPING CARIBBEAN SENIORS TORONTO, Ontario December 6, 2016 — The president of an Ontario-based seniors’ group, started in the province five years ago by Grenadians, says the aim of the organization is to support the elderly of all Caribbean-Canadian communities.
MINISTRY OF HEALTH AWARDS NURSES IN THE DIASPORA St. George — On Wednesday, the Ministry of Health awarded the Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique Association of Nurses in the United States for their invaluable contributions towards the development of Health care in Grenada.