Tag: Canada


Huawei’s Ms. Meng Is Back Home After A Three Year Home Detention In Canada

Huawei’s top executive Meng Wanzhou is now free after being detained in Canada for nearly three years. This comes in the light of what seems to be a prisoners’ swap between Canada and China. Following Ms. Meng’s release, two Canadians Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig charged for espionage and detained in China were also set free. It is believed that […]


Canada Thrashes Costa Rica 2 Nil To Head To Gold Cup Semifinals

Canada defeated Costa Rica 2-0 in the CONCACAF Gold Cup quarterfinals Sunday night at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The Canadians were in a rampant mood with goals coming from the boots of Junior Hoilett and Stephen Eustaquio. This means Canada is through to the semi-finals and will do battle against Mexico in the semifinal round on Thursday. It is […]


Jamaica Welcomes Flights From Canada And Germany

Jamaica welcomed flights, Air Canada Dreamliner and Condor airline from Germany, which touched down at the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, St. James, on Sunday, July 4. Air Canada Dreamliner landed with 190 passengers and a 10-member flight crew, whereas Condor had 210 passengers and 12 crew members. These airlines resumed flights to Jamaica, which had stopped following the […]


Canada Set To Ban Flights From The Caribbean And Mexico

Jamaica, along with other Caribbean countries and Mexico, has been pushed into further economic plight following Canada’s decision to suspend flights to these countries beginning January 31 to April 30. This move will negatively impact the countries’ tourism, extinguishing any hope of semblance of growth in the tourism sector for the first quarter of the year. Canada’s Prime Minister Justin […]


Canada Set To Spend $100 Billion In Covid-19 Recovery Program

Canada’s federal government plans to spend a hefty sum of $100 billion in the coming months to aid the recovery of its economy. Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland in announcement discloses that the economic relief package is the largest by the country since the Second World War. The spending will put the deficit to a historic high of $381.6 billion by […]


Canada Hits Back At Trump’s Aluminum Tariffs

Following a 10 % tariff on some Canadian aluminum products by President Trump, Canada has hit back with an announced $2.7bn tax on U.S. aluminum products. Canada and the U.S. reached a deal last year to lift tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. However, President Trump reintroduced the tariff in the latter of this week, claiming U.S. industry protection. Speaking […]


The Neoliberal Assault On Warren’s Plan To Pay For Medicare For All

Well, that was quick—and predictable. By John Atcheson Both Sanders and Warren have come up with viable plans for funding Medicare for all. The neoliberal establishment and the conservatives have been going after Sanders’ approach by raising the specter-of-middle class tax increases. Sanders seems to trust that people will understand that if the tax increase is less than what they’re […]


Canada Issues Travel Advisory For Haiti

The Government of Canada has warned nationals to avoid traveling to Haiti as violent protests and widespread civil unrest have been taking place across the nation for several weeks. The advisory statement noted that the situation in the French-speaking Caribbean country could deteriorate quickly, and massive demonstrations are scheduled to take place from November 4 to 6. “In addition to […]


Opportunity For Students To Study In Canada

Representatives from 31 universities and colleges in Canada will be in Jamaica from Monday, November 4 to Friday, November 8 for the 9th annual Education Fair. The Fair, which will be held at the Spanish Court Hotel, in Kingston on November 4 and 5 and at the Holiday Inn Resort in Montego Bay on November 7 and 8, will offer […]


Rain Kills Match After Gayle’s Blistering Batting Attack

Chris Gayle, the “Universe Boss” was at his batting destructive best in the Global T20 cricket tournament currently being played in Canada. His brutal batting display was, however, to no avail as his Vancouver Knight’s encounter against Montreal Tigers was abandoned due to rain. The 39-year-old struck a magnificent 122 as Vancouver powered to 276 for 3 in their turn […]