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Haiti offers to Canada the biggest growth opportunity

Considering the economic situation of many countries in the world, Haiti is looking more and more attractive as a place for doing business to many countries in the world that are focusing on growth. Haiti presents itself as a country where a lot of money can be made; at least, this is what the Canadian government believes. In a world where the competition is fierce and each country is looking out for their own interest, Canada is not an exception.

The Harper Government will lead a trade mission to Santo Domingo and Port-au-Prince from September 2 to 7, 2012 to open the door to new opportunities in that market for these Canadian companies. Twenty organizations, primarily from the infrastructure and , will be participating in the trade mission.

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Government shake-up in Haiti, Thierry Mayard-Paul out as Interior Ministry

We have just learned that the Haitian Prime minister has made a big change in his cabinet. Laurent Lamothe had announced several changes in his cabinet and one that really caughts my attention is the replacement of person in charge of the interior ministry. Thierry Mayard-Paul has been replaced by former Minister of Social Affairs Ronsard Saint-Cyr.


Do you know this famous Haitian proverb?: "De toro pa rete nan menm savann." The English version is "Two bulls do not stay in the same field"

Isn't Thierry Mayard-Paul a very good friend of President Michel Martelly?

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How To Search For Federal Government Jobs

Landing a job in the government can be your key to success. Government agencies offer competitive salary and benefits. Also, you can build an impressive work record when you are employed in the government. However, only those who have the patience and determination can nail a federal government job.

So in order to join its workforce, you might as well follow these tips.

First and foremost, you have to know more about government jobs. It is not advisable to apply for just about any job without understanding its requirements and description. There are more than 70 agencies and departments under the government and they offer a lot of opportunities to job seekers.

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The ministerial cabinet of the government Laurent Lamothe

The new Ministerial cabined for Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe is out and we have the names. Many of the same individuals were kept in their positions. Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe presented his general policy before the Haitian Senators and it was approved before midnight on May 8, 2012

The ministerial cabinet of the government Martelly-Lamothe is composed of 16 Ministers. Here they are:

Ronsard St-Cyr, Minister of Social Affairs and Labor

Thomas Jacques, Minister of Agriculture Natural Resources and Rural Development

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Religious Affairs - Laurent Lamothe

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Watch The ratificacation of Prime Minister designated Laurent Lamorthe - Live on Video

The ratificacation of Prime Minister designated Laurent Lamorthe is underway live. Watch it on Live Stream - La Presidence live

Will Laurent Lamorthe be ratified tonight as Prime Minister of Haiti or not?

Watch it here and now

Date: May, 3, 2012

Time: 9:00pm

La Presidence live

HERE is The Link to watch it Live:

(The last video on the list)

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United states revoked visa of Haitian Officials

The "Haitian Joudalist" just learned that the United states has revoked the U.S. Visa of some Rene Preval Government officials for their role in the Haiti election fraud. The names have not been released, however, Visa for nine members of Rene Preval Government were taken away for contributing in "Magoull" to the November election.

You hit them where it hearts!

The U.S. States Department stated they might increase the least. On the other hand, CNN announced that he obtained from credible sources that the list will grow to two dozens.

The U.S. States Department called once again for free and fair election in Haiti

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