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Daily Archives: August 2, 2014

Policeman, DDL employee killed in Emancipation Night bike collision

A policeman and a Demerara Distillers Limited (DDL) security guard were Emancipation Night- Friday, August 1- killed in a collision between the motorcycles they were riding on the Diamond Main Access Road. They are Constable Andrew Forde, who was assigned to Impact Base, Brickdam Police Station, and Stanley Adams of DDL. Forde lived at 194 Section C, Block Y, Diamond, ...

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Canadian Court puts a hold on Guyanese man’s deportation with aboriginal daughter

(TORONTO STAR.COM)A Guyanese-born man has been granted a last-minute reprieve from deportation so he can stay in Canada with his daughter, a Canadian aboriginal girl for whom he is the sole guardian. On Friday, the Federal Court of Canada held an emergency hearing into Curtis Lewis’s plea, and stayed his deportation to Guyana until a government tribunal decides whether to reopen ...

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Boy drowns at Emancipation Day outing in Linden

Emancipation Day activities in a section of Linden were marred by the drowning of a nine-year old boy at a creek. Kassel Harlequin and his family had gone on an outing at the Blue Lake, Block 22. There, he and others decided to go in the waterway when tragedy struck. The details of the circumstances surrounding the incident that occurred ...

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