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Doug Ford: The Liberal Conservative Triumphs

Editor: Those, vying for the federal Conservative Party’s leadership mantel, better wake up, drink a stiff cup of Joe and revise their way of electioneering. What was once old is now new, bright and successful too. Doug Ford has won ...

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The Gender War Amongst Us

Dear Editor: The United Nations define gender-based violence as any act of gender-based violence that results in, or is likely to result in, physical, sexual or mental harm or suffering to women and other persons, including threats of acts of ...

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Vengeance is Sweet. Really?

Vengeance is Sweet. Really?

Editor: Have you ever wished to wreak vengeance upon someone or something? Happens all the time, so don’t feel bad. Some people deserve a kick in the posterior, or a good verbal knock-down. It is a natural thing to seek ...

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The “Fireball” Still Glows Brightly — At 90

The “Fireball” Still Glows Brightly — At 90

Dear Editor, Guyana has many persons who have outstanding histories in their own spheres of operation. Unfortunately, we do not seem to be producing enough historians who can bring their stories to life. That would be a great contribution, because ...

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NO! To Re-Resettling Afghan Refugees In Guyana

Editor: The Caribbean-American Coalition (CAC) has publicly issued a recommendation to resettle Afghan refugees in Guyana. The names, appended to this seemingly paper organisation, based in Queens, New York, are: Ashook Ramsaran and Dr. Dhanpaul Narine. These two elderly gentlemen, who ...

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