Intensely emotional, deeply moving with an enormous and diverse
attendance. The funeral of Chakadan Daniel will go down in the
history books of St Lucia as will the enigmatic circumstances
surrounding his death. Without a doubt, St Lucia is grieving the
loss of an outstanding, cheerful, kind, loving, helpful young
man and Karma's the new word on the lips of Chakadan's friends
and relatives. View photo
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The United States’ reputation and credibility around the world
is at an all-time low. Its bullying, its arrogance and its
aggression have led to several disastrous wars in succession.
With all these American misadventures so prominent in people’s
minds, it is easy to forget yet another war the United States
has initiated and has been fighting for over 40 years. Read more...
See how it all started, from the
first letter sent out in 1998 to the Government of St Lucia
proposing a test plot for hemp industry. Take a chronological
tour with us, as we communicate with the government of South
Africa under Nelson Mandela. Read More...
Invited guests and presenters held discussions and shared ideas and information at a National Cannabis Conference held at the Veterinary Division Conference Room at the Ministry of Agriculture at Balata, Castries. Read more...
Representatives and members of the Cannabis Movement of St
Lucia, on Sunday November 3rd 2013, greeted participants of the
Yoplait Walk for Cancer at the finishing point outside the
Pigeon Island Landmark with 500 informational flyers on "How
cannabinoids kill cancer cells". The flyers were welcomed by
participants of all ages.
On October 26th, the Cannabis Movement in Trinidad and Tobago initiated this trend by distributing educational information to participants of the "Walk for Life" campaign run by the Cancer Society there. It was an outstanding success.
We are hoping to see similar initiatives with thousands of flyers being distributed in the near future, throughout CARICOM.