DOMINICA

Commentary: Dominica: Walking the Haitian economic and political tightrope?

10 months ago Editor Comments Off on Commentary: Dominica: Walking the Haitian economic and political tightrope?
By Rebecca Theodore While the Dominica government remains mired in controversies of incompetence, corruption, a stagnant economy, and blatant disregard for the Constitution and the rule of law, Dominicans are walking backwards on a Haitian economic and political tightrope. A blindfold surrounds their eyes. Their heart is heavy, yet they can’t dare to speak. The Read More

Letter: Stop the world, Dominica; start asking why

10 months ago Editor Comments Off on Letter: Stop the world, Dominica; start asking why
Dear Sir:I have come to the conclusion that many of the things we do, is just a bunch of nonsense. What is worse, we keep doing it for no good reason at all. Some will blame it on the government, some on the weather, others on their childhood, or even on their mother-in-law. Oh, almost Read More

Letter: Does Dominica lack common sense?

10 months ago Editor Comments Off on Letter: Does Dominica lack common sense?
Dear Sir:No matter what current headlines are used to the catch the attention of audiences, usually in essence the following text in the article or comments depict several things that indicate that there is an unhealthy atmosphere in Dominica. Unhealthy for our country and just as unhealthy for our people. I don’t want to use Read More

CBI financed development paves way for future projects in Dominica

10 months ago Editor Comments Off on CBI financed development paves way for future projects in Dominica
By Caribbean News Now contributor ROSEAU, Dominica — Citizenship by investment (CBI) programmes are not usually associated with creating new affordable housing communities. However, the Petite Savanne Resettlement Programme in Dominica is a ground-breaking scheme to rehouse residents displaced by Tropical Storm Erika in 2015. Funded entirely through the efforts of Montreal Management Consultants Est. Read More

Dominica CBI program creates new community for homeless residents after storm Erika

11 months ago Editor Comments Off on Dominica CBI program creates new community for homeless residents after storm Erika
Dominica Housing Development Project Master Plan By Caribbean News Now contributor BELLEVUE CHOPIN, Dominica — A major new development is underway to resettle the hundreds of residents who lost their homes after tropical storm Erika wreaked devastation across the island just 18 months ago. The Petite Savanne Resettlement program, which was established with the active Read More