CDEMA Stands in Solidarity with Countries Affected by Hurricane Irma

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The Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA), as the CARICOM entity established to oversee disaster management within the region, stands in solidarity with our affected Caribbean neighbours. The Regional Response Mechanism (RRM) has been activated to provide support during this greatest time of need. The impact of Hurricane Irma on several of CDEMA Participating States Read More

LIAT FLIGHT DISRUPTIONS DUE TO HURRICANE JOSE

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LIAT wishes to advise passengers that due to effects of the passage of Hurricane Irma and impending passage of Hurricane Jose that several destinations have been affected. A Hurricane watch is in effect for Antigua & Barbuda. A Tropical Storm watch is in effect for St. Kitts and Nevis. As a result of the closure Read More

What’s New in Music: St. Vincent, Sam Smith, and More

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The Daily Campus is back with your weekly music updates. This week features a long-awaited single from Sam Smith, a new album from The National, and a jam from alt-pop queen St. Vincent. Photo Credit: Sam Smith official Facebook page “Too Good at Goodbyes” by Sam Smith The king of sad songs is back for Read More

Cuban Medical Brigades Kept Safe During Passage of Hurricane Irma

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Cuban Medical Brigades Kept Safe During Passage of Hurricane Irma Havana, September 8 (RHC)– Medical collaborators from the Cuban brigades currently serving on Caribbean islands are maintaining daily communication with the country and are prepared to confront the aftermath of powerful Hurricane Irma. Through a telephone conversation with Granma newspaper, the director of the Central Read More

Irma Crashes Past Cuba, Maintaining Its Collision Course With Florida

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Irma is hitting Cuba and the Bahamas on its way to Florida as a Category 4 hurricane. As this satellite image shows, the storm is sending powerful winds far from its well-defined eye. CIRA/CSU and NOAA/NESDIS/RAMMB hide caption toggle caption CIRA/CSU and NOAA/NESDIS/RAMMB Irma is hitting Cuba and the Bahamas on its way to Florida Read More

Learn more about the candidates running for Fort St. John City Council

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Photo: File Photo FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – With one seat open on Fort St. John City Council, a by-election will be held tomorrow, Saturday September 9. There are seven candidates running for open spot.  Below is a profile of each candidate with a video for the candidates that were able to participate. On Saturday Read More

Delos Therapy Opens Fourth Location in Oak Brook

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OAK BROOK, IL, UNITED STATES, September 8, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Chicago-based Delos Therapy is expanding its pain clinics with the opening of a new location on September 7th in the Oak Brook Promenade at 3011 Butterfield Road. A new and innovative therapy for treating chronic pain and muscle stiffness, Delos Therapy offers an alternative to Read More

Hurricane Irma Caribbean roundup

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Scene in St. Martin Hurricane Irma has had a major impact on a number of Caribbean countries in the northern Leeward Islands and the northern Caribbean and continues to threaten several more. Following is an update regarding Irma’s impact as well as steps being taken by countries still in the hurricane’s projected path: Antigua and Read More

Antigua opens for business after brush with Irma; relief underway in Barbuda

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VC Bird International Airport has opened Antigua is open for business as normal activity returned after a brushing from Hurricane Irma. International Airport opened for all flights on Thursday, September 7 and electricity was restored to the Capital St Johns and most parts of the island. Antigua, where the bulk of the tourism industry resides, Read More

USVI reports damage from Hurricane Irma

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Screenshot from a video of a damaged structure in USVI UNITED STATES VIRGIN ISLANDS (September 8, 2017) – The U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Tourism has advised that full assessment on the impact of Hurricane Irma is underway and while St. Croix is getting back to business, visitors are being encouraged not to visit the Read More