A Canadian Cannabis expert is on island making some powerful arguments for marijuana decriminalization. There has been a stormy and controversial debate about the possible merits that might be brought about by the legalization or decriminalization of cannabis. DBS’s Cecile Actille explains.
Today marked four years since Hurricane Tomas devastated the island. The damage inflicted by the system was so severe that then Prime Minister Stephenson King declared a state of emergency and appealed for international assistance. Bridges were destroyed, and some of the worst-hit communities in the south could only be reached by boat. DBS’ Don Nicholas recounts the events of that day
A delegation from St. Georges University in Grenada paid a courtesy call on Minister for Health, Wellness, Human Services and Gender Relation, Hon. Alvina Reynolds on Thursday. The delegation was here to look at health facilities in St. Lucia and to examine areas of collaboration. DBS’ Don Nicholas tells us more
Prime Minister Dr. Kenny Anthony says that his administration has spent $47 million dollars in job creation on the island. DBS’ Jason Hullingseed has that story:
The Gros Islet Mini Bus Owners Association say their operations are being affected by a mounting pile of garbage near the area where they operate. They say they’ve bene calling on the authorities for help but its been slow in coming. DBS’s cecile Actille reports