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FIFA opens disciplinary proceedings against CIFA

FIFA last week opened disciplinary proceedings against the Cayman Islands Football Association over 'incidents' during Cayman's 29 March World Cup qualifying match against Canada.

Canadian airlines to cancel Caribbean, Mexico flights

Canada's major airlines have agreed to suspend all flights to Mexico and the Caribbean until April 30 from Sunday as part of the fight against a second wave of the coronavirus.

Cayman to host US, Cuban and Canadian football teams

Team USA will come to Grand Cayman's Truman Bodden Sports Complex on 19 Nov. for a Nations League game against Cuba.
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What will Canada learn from Lavscam testimony?

Political scandals often victimize the public twice – first from the scandal itself, second from the flurry of bad policy offered as the cure.

Canadian school offers scholarship to Cayman student

Canadian boarding school Trinity College School is offering a full-tuition scholarship to one Caymanian student for the 2019-2020 academic year.

Canada’s ‘democracy’

From a Canadian perspective, the most striking thing about the supposed anti-democratic political reforms approved by Turkish voters last week was their familiarity.

Civil unrest in Bermuda over airport deal

Riot police used pepper spray on protesters who blockaded Bermuda’s Parliament on Friday to stop the territory’s government from authorizing an airport redevelopment deal which was initially offered to the Cayman Islands.

From one island to Thousand Islands

My band members and I were recently invited to perform in Canada for a special show on a huge family estate just across the border from Syracuse, New York. Such requests for our music at private venues are, happily, not particularly unusual.

Bloomberg: Break up ‘Big Syrup’

Most cartels – whether they seek to control oil, diamonds, cheese curds or whatever else – exist mainly to transfer wealth from buyers to sellers. That’s not something governments should be helping producers to do.

Caymanian arrested in Toronto sex trafficking probe

A 21-year-old Caymanian man is facing charges of human trafficking in connection with allegations that he forced a woman into the sex trade in Canada.

Caymanian students promoted in Canada

Three Caymanian students studying abroad have been appointed to leadership roles for the 2016-2017 academic year at the Trinity College School in Ontario, Canada.

Cloned credit cards case sent to Grand Court

Two men charged with conspiracy to defraud in relation to cloned credit cards will appear in Grand Court on March 11.

Two in custody for conspiracy to defraud

Two Canadian nationals were remanded in custody after appearing in Summary Court on Monday for the charge of conspiracy to defraud.

Canadian diplomat visits Cayman

Canada’s consul general to the Cayman Islands, Sylvain Fabi, made a courtesy visit to Cayman last week, to meet local officials, politicians and Canadian...

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