A look at some of the top stories making the news today, July 14th, across your Caribbean-American community in South Florida.
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Here’s a look at our top stories.
Former Jamaican diplomat to the U.S, Curtis Ward, is urging Caribbean nationals to vote for Hillary Clinton as their best chance of comprehensive immigration reform. This is in light of President Obama’s immigration plan being blocked by the U.S Supreme Court Clinton has pledged to support the plan which sought to shield millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation.
Guyana is set to boost their aviation industry after the confirmation of a second offshore well of oil and gas. With the aviation sector struggling to attract some major carriers The government has advertised for yet another feasibility study of the impact of the aviation industry on the local economy.
The Miss Jamaica Diaspora Fashion Show will be held at Lauderhill Mall on Saturday just one week before the Coronation where a new queen will be crowned, Miss Jamaica Diaspora 2016. The Fashion Show will begin at 4 pm.
In Sports, The City of Miramar’s Vizcaya Park will be the battleground for the City’s first free and public Rugby games. The Men’s and Women’s teams from around the world including Mexico, Jamaica, TURKS &Caicos, The Bahamas and the USA will compete for the Rugby Americas North Cup. The games will begin at 4 pm today and tomorrow with the finals set for Saturday.
Here’s a look at what’s Trending:
Jamaica’s first cannabis seminar is set for the Montego Bay Conference Centre. CanEx Jamaica is being dubbed as a unique conference focusing on the North American, Latin American, and the Caribbean cannabis landscape. The event will showcase state-of-the-art grow facilities, technology, branding, and political advocacy measures. The conference will be held in September this year.
For todays weather forecast:
Scattered ThunderStorms in Broward County with a high of 90 and a low of 78. Scattered Storms as well in Miami-Dade, with a high of 92 and a low of 80.
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