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Builders Award for Dr. Eni of British Columbia

2014-12-03 05:18:30

By PV Staff
On November 8, 2014, the British Columbia Chiropractic Association [BCCA] in association with the BC College of Chiropractors honoured Dr. Godwin Eni of
Vancouver, British Columbia, at their leadership awards convention with a Builders Award in recognition of his contributions. Dr. Eni who was in Thailand was represented at the convention by his son Mr. Stephen Eni ( photo), a Financial Analyst/Advisor.
In his address, Stephen thanked the Association and the College and read (...)

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Edmonton: Tamaraneh Annual Fundraiser 2012

5 March 2012

By a Tamaraneh Member.
Last Saturday, February 18, we had our annual Benefit Dinner at the Alberta Avenue Community Hall.
First our guests got the chance to know each other better with some fun mixer activities. Information facts about Sierra Leone were also displayed on the walls and several video clips about the 2012 projects were shown during the evening – teacher salaries, digging a second water well and completing reconstructive surgery for Nasratu, the mother of one of our (...)

ABC Secretariat Calms Political Violence In Moyamba District

29 February 2012

By Momoja Lappia, Freetown.
The Attitudinal and Behavioural Change (ABC) Secretariat at the end of a one-day workshop on the theme ABC Concept Political Tolerance and Politically Motivated Violence held at the Moyamba District Council Hall on 27th February, 2012 successfully helped to calm political impasses that have been mounting up in that part of the country ahead of the impending Presidential, Parliamentary and Local Council elections slated for November 17th this year.
In his (...)

Ex-Vancouverite Fights Corruption in Ghana

13 January 2012

Credit: The Georgia Straight, Vancouver, Canada.
By Charlie Smith.
A former Simon Fraser University student president is leading a high-profile campaign against corruption in Ghana’s justice system.
In a recent interview with the Georgia Straight in a Commercial Drive coffee shop, Clement Abas Apaak explained that he got involved in this issue last year after four lawyers in the West African country were blacklisted by the Association of Magistrates and Judges for speaking out at a (...)

Dyce Lamtek’s "Chain Swang" video is the new Anthem

6 January 2012

By Lans Omar, PV Entertainment Editor, Winnipeg, Canada.
Just days after the release of the most anticipated "Chain Swang" video in Winnipeg, Canada, Dyce Lamtek’s hit is being making headlines in Winnipeg and beyond, and in some quarters the video/song has been labelled as the new anthem in the city.
"Chain Swang" is a clean cut rap song featuring R&B sensation - uNiiQue. The video is set in a club background with Dyce Lamtek and friends repping the chain swang thang.
Dyce (...)

Canada: Ghanaians Mourn Passing Away of Envoy

14 December 2011

Ghanaians and friends of Ghana all over Canada are currently mourning the sudden passing away, a couple of weeks ago, in Ottawa, of High Commissioner Dr. Richard Turkson, a man who had won the hearts of most people that had met him in his travels across Canada, meeting and interacting with fellow Ghanaians and potential investors to his country.
The late Dr. Richard Turkson (photo) was a legal luminary in Ghana both as a senior member of the judiciary and university law professor before he (...)

Nigerian Trade Mission in Vancouver, Canada

25 November 2011

By Our Correspondent.
Vancouver’s Nigeria Canada Friendship League [NCFL] recently welcomed a 15-member Government-Private Sector Business delegation from Nigeria at a reception at a South-Vancouver Neighborhood House on Victoria Drive.
Represented in the delegation were the Nigeria Investment Promotion Commission, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Nigeria Export Processing Zones Authority, Department of Petroleum Resources Oil and Gas, House of Representatives, Nigerian (...)

Canadian Companies Need to Work Harder: Labour Day Poll

2 September 2011

A large group of working Canadians at both the beginning and end of their careers feel companies are missing the mark in terms of what they need and want, according to the third annual Labour Day poll by The survey conducted by Harris/Decima of over 1,000 Canadian baby boomers (aged 47-62) and members of generation Y (aged 18-30) shows they share a common complaint that companies are falling short:
More than 1 in 3 twenty-somethings feel companies do not provide (...)

Vancouver: Hogan’s Alley poetry festival

29 August 2011

Hogan’s Alley Poetry Festival is a celebration of diverse communities in Vancouver through literary performance, spoken word poetry, music and storytelling. The festival will run at various locations from September 23rd – 25th.
The Black Dot Roots and Culture Collective with the support of the National Congress of Black Women are collaborating to pay tribute to the heritage and creative contributions of Vancouver’s East End community as a part of the city’s (...)

Winnipeg: Baby Sinnah passes away

10 August 2011

By Lans Omar, Winnipeg.
The Sierra Leonean community in Winnipeg, Canada, is being hit with another devastating blow. This time, again, in the form of death.
I’m very saddened to write this message today.
It is with deep sympathy that I’m going to announce the death of our dear sister, Baby Sinnah Kanu, who passed away peacefully yesterday August 8th, 2011 in Winnipeg, Canada.
Many in the Sierra Leonean communities of Manitoba and across Canada are grieving the death of a (...)

Ghana High Commissioner visits Vancouver

14 June 2011

By Our Correspondent
Ghana’s High Commissioner to Canada, Dr. Richard Turkson recently paid what could be described as a very fruitful visit to Vancouver, in the Canadian province of British Columbia during which he met with members of the Ghanaian community and representatives of companies doing business or intending to do business in Ghana.
Among prominent personalities the High Commissioner met in Vancouver was Dr. Felix Durity who has long been involved in the Korle Bu Neuro (...)

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Re-opening of schools in Sierra Leone: Another big challenge

by Gibril Gbanabome Koroma, CEO/Publisher

I know a lot of people will be apprehensive about the re-opening of schools in our country just when we are beginning to witness the death throes of the dreaded ebola virus disease. I am one of (...)


The truth about reporting corruption

By Abdulai Saccoh, Anti-Corruption Commission, Freetown, Sierra Leone. As a specialized anti-graft agency, the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has been (...)