A kayak expedition around Waitukabuli

  • Posted on: 21 September 2021
  • By: Antigua Barbuda...

On September 1st, 2021, two kayakers successfully circumnavigated the Caribbean island of Dominica. Dominica, also known as Waitukabuli in the Amerindian native tongue,  translates as “long is her body.” Our kayakers, Weston Moses and Kerry Alleyne, residents of Dominica, certainly came to know the truth of that translation over an expedition time of 4 days and 7 hours.

The impact of Caribbean anti-vax protests

  • Posted on: 2 September 2021
  • By: Antigua Barbuda...

It’s happening in countries all over the world. There are large percentages of national populations that are resisting taking the COVID-19 vaccine, regardless of supplier. The Caribbean hasn’t been immune to this and it has made even Antiguans, some of the more placid people in the Caribbean, take to the streets in protest of increasingly widespread requirements for full vaccination. Across the region, including Barbados,  St. Vincent and Grenada, there has been resistance against taking the coronavirus vaccine.

(ABAT) initiated a collaborative effort with Hold On Pain Ends (H.O.P.E) Foundation

  • Posted on: 11 August 2021
  • By: Antigua Barbuda...
The Antiguan and Barbudan Association of Toronto (ABAT) initiated a collaborative effort with Hold On
Pain Ends (H.O.P.E) Foundation (Antigua) to address the issue of food security among marginalized
populations in Antigua. These individuals include marginalized men, women and older adults. CV19 has