Margo K. Brodie

  • Posted on: 8 January 2021
  • By: comant

ANTIGUAN JUDGE TO BECOME US DISTRICT CHIEF JUDGE

An Antiguan-born Judge is set to become the first black Chief judge for the Eastern District of New York.

Following the departure of her predecessor, Judge Margo K. Brodie will soon be taking on the duty of a U.S. District Chief Judge.

MANDATORY PCR TEST REQUIRED FOR ALL PERSONS TRAVELLING TO CANADA

  • Posted on: 8 January 2021
  • By: comant

Below are new mandatory requirements for persons entering Canada. Since Air Canada travels on Sundays, it means that testing has to be done on Thursdays.  It also means that everyone travelling on that Sunday to Canada as well as other destinations would have to be tested on the Thursday. The current testing timelines shown seem tight but indications are that attempts are being made to increase testing capacity & resources at MSJMC in order to accommodate this new requirement. Please pass this on to anyone that plans to travel or return from Antigua.

ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA HAS LOST ANOTHER CULTURAL ICON.

  • Posted on: 1 December 2020
  • By: comant

ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA HAS LOST ANOTHER CULTURAL ICON.

The calypso art form has lost one of its most endearing souls. Former calypso king and Road March winner Joseph "Calypso Joe" Hunte has died. He won his only crown in 1971 but his song Bum Bum, which won the road March title in 1970, became an eternal favourite among fans.

39TH INDEPENDENCE ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

  • Posted on: 29 October 2020
  • By: comant

Due to COVID-19 pandemic and protocols, the annual Independence Anniversary Banquet hosted by the Antigua and Barbuda Association of Toronto has been cancelled. However, the Association will present a couple of events virtually, in celebration of the 39th Independence Anniversary.

Thursday October 29th 7:00PM; INFORMATION SESSION – COVID-19 Update and the impact on Travel – Guest speaker, the Honorable Molwyn Joseph, Minister of Health, Wellness and The Environment for Antigua and Barbuda.

Madeline Blackman

  • Posted on: 30 September 2020
  • By: Antigua Barbuda...

Madeline Blackman joins the Antigua Barbuda Electoral Commission as its newest member.

The Antigua and Barbuda Electoral Commission welcomes a new member of the electoral management body in the person of Ms. Madeline Blackman. Ms Blackman, replaces Mrs. Paula C.M. Lee, whose seven-year tenure as a Member of the Commission came to an end on August 31st 2020. She was appointed by the Antigua and Barbuda Evangelical Association and the Antigua Christian Council.

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