The following is the CANANews and SPORTS Schedule for Friday, July 1, 2022.
PARAMARIBO – Caribbean Community (CARICOM) leaders meet here for their annual summit starting this weekend with the implementation of the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME), food security and governance among the key matters for consideration.
ST. GEORGE’S – The new Grenada government has signalled its intention to seek a “strategic partner” to help finance the operations of the lone electricity company, GRENLEC, that continued to operate as a private company even though its majority shares had been re-purchased by the previous administration last year.
BRIDGETOWN – Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley, dismissing concern that the island is in a precarious debt situation, has brushed aside suggestions that the country will not be able to fulfil its obligation and repay a seven-year loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) .
NASSAU – The Bahamas government has confirmed that health authorities are investigating a second suspected case of Monkeypox.
BELMOPAN – Former prime minister, Dean Barrow, says he is “well satisfied” with the BDZ$185,000 (One Belize dollar=US$0.49 cents) in damages awarded to him by the High Court following a botched Commission of Inquiry.
ROSEAU – West Indies play Bangladesh on Saturday in the first two T20Is of the three-match series at Windsor Park in Dominica (Preview)