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Hurricane Relief Fund Announced as part of the Citizenship by Investment Programme

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Grenada – The Island of Spice

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Dominica – Nature Isle of the Caribbean

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More Changes to Canada’s Citizenship Act It is now easier for permanent residents of Canada to apply to Canadian citizenship. New regulations from Bill C-6—which was initially passed in June 2017—have now come into effect. Previously, applicants for citizenship were required to have 1,469 days (four years) of permanent residence in Canada within a six-year …

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Just days after being struck by Hurricane Irma, the small Caribbean island of Dominica endured its worst hurricane hit in history. Hurricane Maria made landfall as a Category 5 storm—the strongest possible grade—and destroyed properties, cut off communications and electricity, and cost lives. Nearly every single building and structure on the island was impacted by …

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In June 2017 Bill C-6 was passed paving the way for some significant changes to Canada’s Citizenship Act. While the first phase of changes came into effect at the time of the announcement, the latest round of changes are set to come into effect on October 11. Permanent residents stand to receive the biggest benefit …

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Known as the “Spice Island”, Grenada is located to the northeast of Venezuela and is the largest island in the Grenadine island chain. Tourism is the island’s main industry, though spice production—hence the nickname—is also a major industry. The capital, St. George’s is a picturesque Caribbean city perched along a pleasant turquoise horseshoe-shaped harbour. With …

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The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season has been devastating. The season—which typically begins in June—peaks in September with an average of 2.5 major storms per season. But this year, there have been four major storms so far including two category 5 hurricanes—the strongest classification of storm measured. Much of the Caribbean and parts of the southern …

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Barbuda has finally lifted the mandatory evacuation order that was imposed after Hurricane Irma destroyed much of the island in September 2017. The first place the Category 5 hurricane made landfall, much of the British colony of Antigua and Barbuda was destroyed or damaged by the storm. Beyond just the physical property damage—an estimated 95 …

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Once again, St. Lucia has been crowned as the Caribbean’s leading honeymoon destination according to the judging panel at the World Travel Awards (WTA). But this isn’t the first time St. Lucia has come out on top—the small Caribbean nation has received the highly-regarded accolade eight out of nine years since 2009. The 24th annual …

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After six years, the St. Kitts Tourism Authority has replaced their award-winning website with a brand new, mobile friendly version. The new design reflects the general online trend of users moving away from desktop devices in favour of mobile phones and tablets. The new site is also designed to put the focus on individual operators …

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The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season has been one for the record books. It’s only the second season on record to have two Category 5 hurricanes—the strongest classification of storm—make landfall. But the record breaking season has unfortunately brought significant damage and destruction to much of the Caribbean. And it’s not over yet. While St. Kitts …

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On Thursday, September 21, 2017 Russian foreign minister H.E. Serguey Lavrov and St. Kitts & Nevis foreign minister the Honourable Mark Brantley signed a formal agreement to allow both Russians and St. Kittian and Nevisians to travel between the two countries visa-free for up to 90 days. The agreement makes Russia number 12 on the …

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