Gleaner - North America

New novel reminds author of childhood in Toronto

G. Barton-Sinkia says her debut novel, "By The Next Pause," provides a nostalgia of Toronto of her childhood

Trailer for Miss Lou film shown in Toronto

Soon after attending the unveiling of a statute of Miss Lou, her son, Fabian Coverley, held an event in Toronto to showcase his plans to honour her

Jamaica's former police chief praises drop in major crimes

Jamaica’s former police commissioner, Owen Ellington, is describing as encouraging a near 20 per cent reduction in major crimes

Jamaicans in US eye medical ganja

There is high interest among Jamaicans in the Diaspora in the United States to invest in the island’s emerging medical ganja industry

Manage Setbacks

"It's always important for you to work hard to frame obstacles as opportunities," deputy police chief Ingrid Berkeley-Brown tells university students

Opinion | Trinidad's terrorism threat and Jamaica

A recent report on Trindad's jihadis would be a cause of alarm for CARICOM countries, and, more specifically, to us in Jamaica...

One family, two doctors

Brother and sister of Jamaican parentage graduate in the class of 2018

Trekking with Coriandré | Mermaids of the Bog Walk Gorge: Truth or Fable?

Along the Rio Cobre where Flat Bridge rests, lingers the belief in mermaids and lamentations of strange encounters.

Jamaican scientist pushes wellness products

We are currently negotiating with individuals to have the products in Canada and the United States, says Dr Henry Lowe

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