Couple Asks For Donation Towards Schools In Jamaica Instead Of Wedding Gifts
A Nova Scotia couple planning a destination wedding is forgoing wedding gifts and asking guests to bring donations of books, colouring supplies and candy for students at a small school in Jamaica. Shayla Loppie and Nathan Simon said they want to give back to a country they love—they’ve visited Jamaica three times already—and to teach their five-year-old son how lucky they are to live in Canada. “We have good healthcare, free education and our kids can play sports. There is just so many things we are blessed with,” says Loppie, who lives in Dartmouth. They brought up the idea with Sharon Loppie, Shayla’s mother, who helpedRead More
Four People Shot Execution Style In Clarendon
Four males including three students were killed execution style by gunmen in a section of Hayes, Clarendon last night. Three of the victims died on the spot, while the fourth succumbed to injuries in hospital. Details surrounding the shooting incident are unclear. A motive for the killing has yet to be determined. Views (1116)
Sumfest 25 was launched in fine style at Usain Bolt’s Tracks and Records.
An energetic performance from the Sumfest Dancers, From there, the proceedings unfolded smoothly, Blandine JnPaul Reid (Red Stripe), Paul Pennicook (Jamaica Tourist Board) and Mitch Watson (Pepsi) about their favourite entertainersRead More