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Rumor has it that Ignatius “Nasio” Fontaine will be one of the sixteen Dominicans who will be receiving the country second highest honour at the 29th Independence celebrations on Saturday, a government statement has revealed.

My Open Thread on the Subject

How ironic that the government is honouring Nasio. True – Nasio is Dominican and an international reggae artist, but what have Nasio done for Dominica – nothing!

Until the recent Creole in the Park , that was the first appearance made by Nasio to the Dominican public. Then again the only reason that was possible was because of whatever compensation Cable and Wireless offer him. So if the government feels like they should honour Nasio…let them. But I’m sure that there are many Dominicans who share my opinion.

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As the countdown gathers pace towards which starts with Warm-up matches on March 5, host Venues need to brace themselves for the thousands who will descend on the region, eager to experience the trademark excitement for which the tropical archipelago is famed.

Jamaica alone had an estimated 1.68 million stop-over passengers and 1.33 million cruise passengers and the other Caribbean Island including Antigua & Barbuda, Barbados (which recorded 560,000 stop-over visitors in 2005) and Saint Lucia. With the Cricket World Cup added to the mix –  will these countries are even more attractive as vacation spots or will it deter stop-over passengers?

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Today Emera an energy and services company based in Nova Scotia ,Canada has agreed to invest US$22 million to acquire a 19% interest in St. Lucia Electricity Services Limited (Lucelec) from the Caribbean Basin Power Fund who is managed by(Energy Investors Funds) EIF Group.

Serving more than 50,000 customers with exclusive license to generate, transmit and distribute electricity on the island of St. Lucia until 2045, there are growing prospects and opportunities in the Caribbean Market.

Emera will now own to two(2) seats on the Broad of directors. Emera expects to finance the acquisition using existing credit facilities and the transaction is expected to close by January 19, 2007.

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