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No blind eye to illicit imports

The Ministry of Trade and Commerce has been quick to address any issues which have arisen relating to the entry of illicit goods into the country or illegal practices by companies that place consumers at risk. Deputy Director of Commerce in that ministry Margaret Campbell-Leslie gave that assurance today while speaking at a Crime Stoppers’ symposium entitled Measuring the Impact ...

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No blind eye to illicit imports

The Ministry of Trade and Commerce has been quick to address any issues which have arisen relating to the entry of illicit goods into the country or illegal practices by companies that place consumers at risk. Deputy Director of Commerce in that ministry Margaret Campbell-Leslie gave that assurance today while speaking at a Crime Stoppers’ symposium entitled Measuring the Impact ...

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No blind eye to illicit imports

The Ministry of Trade and Commerce has been quick to address any issues which have arisen relating to the entry of illicit goods into the country or illegal practices by companies that place consumers at risk. Deputy Director of Commerce in that ministry Margaret Campbell-Leslie gave that assurance today while speaking at a Crime Stoppers’ symposium entitled Measuring the Impact ...

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No blind eye to illicit imports

The Ministry of Trade and Commerce has been quick to address any issues which have arisen relating to the entry of illicit goods into the country or illegal practices by companies that place consumers at risk. Deputy Director of Commerce in that ministry Margaret Campbell-Leslie gave that assurance today while speaking at a Crime Stoppers’ symposium entitled Measuring the Impact ...

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It’s not discrimination

A fortnight ago Providence School in St. George was accused of discrimination by the Canadian mother of a male student. She reported to the press that her son who identifies as a female was forced to wear a male uniform at the private institution. “Our daughter felt discriminated against, disrespected and she had to suffer through that for an entire ...

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It’s not discrimination

A fortnight ago Providence School in St. George was accused of discrimination by the Canadian mother of a male student. She reported to the press that her son who identifies as a female was forced to wear a male uniform at the private institution. “Our daughter felt discriminated against, disrespected and she had to suffer through that for an entire ...

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It’s not discrimination

A fortnight ago Providence School in St. George was accused of discrimination by the Canadian mother of a male student. She reported to the press that her son who identifies as a female was forced to wear a male uniform at the private institution. “Our daughter felt discriminated against, disrespected and she had to suffer through that for an entire ...

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It’s not discrimination

A fortnight ago Providence School in St. George was accused of discrimination by the Canadian mother of a male student. She reported to the press that her son who identifies as a female was forced to wear a male uniform at the private institution. “Our daughter felt discriminated against, disrespected and she had to suffer through that for an entire ...

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It’s not discrimination

A fortnight ago Providence School in St. George was accused of discrimination by the Canadian mother of a male student. She reported to the press that her son who identifies as a female was forced to wear a male uniform at the private institution. “Our daughter felt discriminated against, disrespected and she had to suffer through that for an entire ...

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Belmont Primary closes abruptly, union meets

The Barbados Union of Teachers (BUT) was meeting late this evening to discuss today’s early closure of the Belmont Primary School. The school at Belly Gully, St Michael, was among several other public schools which resumed classes this morning after missing the September 9 start of the Michaelmas term. But classes came to an early halt after the school called ...

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