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From left to right: Prime Minister of Barbados, The Honourable Freundel Stuart, in conversation with His Excellency, Evelyn Greaves, Former High Commissioner to Ottawa, Betty Hope-Gittens and Pat Wood.
 
 
   
‘Recapture Canadian tourist market’
Members of a delegation from Ottawa were recently given a mandate by Prime Minister of Barbados, Freundel Stuart, as they enjoyed a reception at Ilaro Court, to spread the word of their experiences here on the island on their return to Canada.

Speaking to the group of at least 33 Canadians – who were invited to the island by former Ms. Barbados Betty Hope-Gittens and His Excellency, Former High Commissioner of Barbados to Ottowa, Evelyn Greaves – Prime Minister Stuart noted that the relationship between Canada and Barbados has always been a good one and encouraged the delegates to visit more often.

“…I am very pleased as the Prime Minister to welcome all of you to this country. When I say that the relationship between here and Canada is a good one, I better go into a little more detail, because many Barbadians regard Canada as a home away from home. There are many Barbadians who ha...

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