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African Fashion Week 2018: Celebrates 6th Anniversary of Afrocentric Creativity

TDN Radio will be covering the 6th edition of African Fashion Week Toronto (AFWT) – the fastest growing diverse Fashion Week in Canada. AFWT will be staged over a four day period, August 30th – September 2nd 2018, celebrating arts, culture, fashion, style, and achievements, inside The Globe and Mail Centre (351 King St. East, Toronto). […]

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Haitian Chef wins 2018 Carifestival “Taste of the Caribbean”

Haitian-Canadian Marc-elie Lissade is making good on his mission to promote Haitian and french-creole cuisine across North America with his latest win at the 2018 Carifestival “Taste of the Caribbean” contest. The summer festival is held annually in Toronto, and attracts thousands of patrons. Chef Lissade is currently on a culinary tour of North America […]

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ROSS to say goodbye to Dominica

Roseau, Dominica: Dominica’s Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit announced today, that after 40 years ROSS University School of Medicine (RUSM) will be pulling up stakes. ROSS University has issued a statement announcing its departure from Dominica and subsequent relocation to Barbados. “As we all know this has been speculated for some time now,” Prime Minister Skerrit stated. “A […]

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FAO lauds G20 Agriculture Ministers’ focus on healthy soils


FAO Regional Representative calls for more action to safeguard the world’s soil resources 30 July 2018, Buenos Aires – Improving the health of the world’s soils is essential to produce nutritious and accessible food for all, FAO Regional Representative Julio Berdegué told Agriculture Ministers during last week’s G20 agricultural ministerial meeting in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Noting […]

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Death Virus

Policies in abstinence and fidelity defense have been proposed by those present at the “International AIDS Conference” which closed in the City of Mexico with more than 20,000 doctors, scholars, leaders, journalists and AIDS patients. It has been examined the current state of this deadly disease and have been exhibited new investigations and treatments that […]

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It’s On Us Dominica

TDN Contributor

Dominica is at a very vulnerable state as she’s been ravaged by what may very well be classified as a Category “6” Hurricane. Sexual violence/Assault during such times is a gross human rights violation and a serious security issue that must be addressed. Sexual Violence/Assault by military officers is an issue that urgently requires the […]

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Nearly 700 people seeking refuge near UN base relocated

Civilians on board trucks

This week the United Nations migration agency completed the relocation of 698 internally displaced households from an impromptu camp that formed around the UN peacekeeping mission in the Central African Republic (CAR) following attacks in Kaga Bandoro on 12 October 2016. Over 20,000 people settled around the Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African […]

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Building safe houses, UN agency helping Dominica recover from disaster

Hurricane Maria in Dominica

Seven weeks since hurricane Maria made landfall in Dominica and left widespread destruction in its wake, the United Nations migration agency has been supporting local tradespeople with safe construction skills to repair the damage and create conditions for a full recovery. One of the first beneficiaries to have her house repaired by local construction workers […]

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