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Caribbean Graphic February 2013

Caribbean Graphic February 2013

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VOL. 7, NO. 03 • February 6, 2013
618 Strouds Lane, Pickering, ON L1V 4S9 • Tel: 905.831-4402 • Fax: 416.292.2943 • Email: caribbeangraphic@rogers.com
Specializing in:Hair ExtensionBraiding & WeavingCut & Colour
Passion4beauty@hotmail.com3180 Eglinton Ave E,Scarborough (At Markham Rd) www.PassionHairCreations.com
Style done by Passion Hair Creations
Sunday Brunch Caribbean Buffet
Now Offered At Leela’s
quickly established its reputationfor hosting one of the most sumptuousand reasonably priced Caribbean Buf-fet’s to be found anywhere in town, Leela’s Tropi-cal Nights Restaurant and Lounge has added yetanother attraction for its patrons. The increasinglypopular Restaurant is now offering an all-you-can-eat, one-of-a-kind Caribbean Brunch Buffet on Sun-day’s from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm. Dozens of delicioustraditional Caribbean breakfast items, including baigan chokha, dhall, salt fish and bakes, will be onoffer for the very reasonable price of only $9.95 perperson.Conveniently located in Scarborough at 1154Morningside Ave, at Sheppard just north of Hwy401, Leela’s is a family restaurant serving Caribbe-an Style Chinese and West Indian Cuisine. Leela’shas quickly become famous for its thirty-plus itemCaribbean Halal Dinner Buffet, that’s available onweekends, from Friday to Sunday.Leela’s owners, the husband and wife pairing of
Sunday Brunch Caribbean Buffet
Now Offered At Leela’s
Steve and Leela Dindyal, are hoping that their tasty multi-item Sunday Brunch of-ferings will be an instant hit amongst food lovers within the Caribbean commu-nity and beyond. Sunday church goers, who having been spiritually fed with God’sword may then find themselves with an insatiable appetite for the added comfort ofgood food, will certainly be amongst those who will find great value in partaking ofLeela’s Brunch Buffet.With an ambiance that can best be described as warm, comforting and decidedlyunpretentious, Leela’s Restaurant and Bar has also become somewhat of a haven forquality Friday and Saturday night entertainment that’s proven attractive to its ma-ture clientele. Leela’s regularly hosts exciting, quality bands like Fuh Fun, much tothe delight and satisfaction of its patrons. The restaurant is also available as a rentalvenue for family functions, and special occasions.
Sunday, February 3 at theToronto West Seventh DayAdventist Church, Grenadi-ans and supporters of Grenada cametogether with jocundity, patriotism andpride to celebrate their 39th year of in-dependence from Britain.The three hour commemorative occa-sion included astounding performanc-es by the award winning country gos-pel artist Shirley Simpson, Kathy-AnnCharles Tobin as well as other endowedGrenadians beaming with pride.An independence message from thePrime Minister of Grenada, the Hon.Tillman Thomas was conveyed by theHon. Consul General Jenny Gumbs.Throughout PM Tillman’s message heearnestly encouraged Grenadians to beproud of their significant achievementsthroughout the past 39 years and bycontinuing to foster a cooperative spiritand hard work, they will benefit fromthe fruits of their labour which will pro-pel Grenada forward.The celebratory events taking placefrom February 3-24, 2013 are sure to bequite impressive and diverse in nature.The Grenada Independence PlanningCommittee (GIPC) has worked ardu-ously to execute festivities ranging fromthe Showcase Grenada Expo to the In-dependence Soiree ‘Spice It Up’ whichwill feature 2012’s 400m Gold MedalistKirani James.This will be a special anniversary forGrenadians and those of Grenadianheritage.
by Christine
Grenada Celebratesof Independence
Grenada Celebratesof IndependenceGrenada Celebratesof Independence
L-R: Pastor Frankie Lazarus, Shirley Simon, Grenada’sConsul General Jenny Gumbs and Joseph Mitchel,President of the Grenada Community Network, wereamongst hundreds who attended the February 3Grenada Independence Celebrations Church Service.
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mobile top up isa highly convenient service formillions of people around theworld to stay connected to their fam-ily and friends back home. Ezetop isthe leading and fastest growing cor-poration in mobile phone rechargeand they work alongside with Digi-cel, Lime, T-Mobile as well as 220 diverse operatorsthroughout the world.Dianne Millan is the Business Development Man-ager for Ezetop Canada and in her role she is re-sponsible for managing large corporate accountsand working closely with distributors in fortunefive hundred companies including Canada Post andMoneyGram. Being an action-oriented and resultsfocused individual has served Millan quite well in allof her distinguished professional endeavours.When Millan migrated to Canada from Trinidadand Tobago at the age of 17, she immediately beganto better herself through education. Recognizingthat it is essential for expansion and empowerment,Millan completed her post secondary studies in Tele-communications and Networking. Shortly after,Millan became employed by AT&T and then movedher way up the corporate ladder to Sprint Canadaand Rogers where she spent 12 years making highlylucrative contributions towards organizational goals.Millan always possessed an innate curiosity mostabout the way information is transmitted electroni-cally. Being a consumer wasn’t enough for Millian;it was necessary to know and become extremely fa-miliarized with the way communication is created.“I needed to know how it works and how does theworld communicate. It’s not just a telephone call;there are so many aspects to a phone call and whattakes place and so I wanted to learn all of that.” saidthe adept sales professional with profuse expertise inelectronic communications.The level of enthusiasm that Millan deposits in herwork has been a crucial in-strument in her outstand-ing career achievements.Millan has a proven trackrecord in excelling in ev-ery position as well assurpassing company tar-gets by significant mar-gins. “By always being the number onesales rep it has given me more passion tofind out more about data services work,internet services and anything to do in thecommunication sector.” explained the multi-ple sales award recipient for top industries suchas Rogers, AP Global and Eco Carrier Inc.Within the next few years Millan aspires to haveevery ethnic group become thoroughly conversantabout the services Ezetop has to offer to their con-sumers. “My long term goal is not only creating theawareness in Toronto but throughout Canada andalso having all retail stores carry our products. With-in the next year or two, Ezetop is going to be wellknown in Canada.” said Millan. In early spring allmajor chain convenient stores will be offering Ezetopservices and by the end of the year all retail storesin Canada will be offering top up services to theircustomers.Being a woman of Caribbean descent has been astruggle for Millan in the previous positions held inthe telecommunications industry. In spite of this, hersuccess in sales made her an incredible asset that hasleft an indelible mark with both her employers andcolleagues. “I knew what I was doing and I was con-fident in what I was doing and I fully understoodwhat the customer wants.” explained Millan.The telecommunications and networking industryhas taught Millan a lesson that was of great magni-tude which is to listen first and then speak. “Listen-ing is one of the biggest things in life that you coulddo in order to be a successful person and it is really
Passion Equals Productivity
For Dianne Millan
important in sales.” said Millan. The strains of thepast only served to propel Millan forward and whatwas considered a setback is now a plus point forMillan in her current managerial position with Eze-top Canada. “Ezetop was looking for someone likemyself with a Caribbean background and a telecom background” said Millan with great confidence.There are numerous advantages in choosing a ca-reer that you are passionate about and it is a key ele-ment in producing positive energy in both your pro-fessional and personal life. “If you find somethingthat you like to do then you will never work one day.My success in sales and development is because ofthe passion I have for what I’m doing. I’m not onlydoing what I want to do but what I love to do.” ex-plained Millan. Even though Millan’s professionis highly demanding and absorbs a lot of hours, ithas never been taxing on her physically or mentally.Millan’s enthusiasm for what she does has always fu-eled her productivity which then allows her to enjoythe results of her labour and it has attracted positivepeople into her life.
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February 6, 2013
Vivian Charlott Burkhardt is a beauty queen who represented Grenada inMiss World 2007 in Sanya, People’s Republic of China, where she placedas one of the semi-finalists. Having graduated from The TA MarryshowCommunity College with an Associate Degree in Natural Science, she hascompleted her studies as a pre-med student at St. George’s University.She received her bachelor’s degree in Basic Medical Science, andwas also pursuing her MD at St. George’s University.Vivian, who is half Grenadian and half German, was born in Germanyand moved to the island of Grenada when she was 15 years old. She isfluent in German and English and knows some French. Among her majorinterests are alternative energy and the environment.
Caribbean Children’s Foun-dation, (TCCF) will be hostingits annual Valentine’s DinnerDance on Sunday, February 9 at theEmpire Banquet Hall, 246 BrockportDrive (Hwy 27 & Belfield. Themed“Roses, Chocolates and Diamonds”,this year’s Gala will be emceed by FirstFriday’s Founder, Warren Salmon. Theevening’s entertainment will be head-lined by the outrageously hilarious co-median, Marc Trinidad. Music will besupplied by Deejays Arjune and Alex.Tickets for the Gala evening are ex-tremely reasonably priced at $40. Thisincludes Empire’s sumptuous DinnerBuffet. There will be roses for the la-dies and lots of attractive door priz-es, including an El Dorado Jewellerysponsored diamond ring, valued atover $1,000.All proceeds from the evening willgo towards the CCF’s ongoing chari-table and highly commendable effortsto provide Caribbean Children withfinancial assistance towards requiredmedical treatments. The Foundation’smandate is to “assist poor childrenfrom the Caribbean suffering fromlife-threatening ailments, for which notreatment is available in their country,to receive treatment at hospitals in andout of Canada.”Since its establishment in 2000, theTCCF has raised over $1 million dol-lars and has provided treatment for 54children from seven Caribbean coun-tries. The TCCF proudly boasts that noone within the Organization “is paid asalary or wages. TCCF is managed andrun entirely by volunteers. Every pen-ny goes directly to the cause!”And a very worthwhile cause it isindeed!
Roses, Chocolates
DiamondsFor Valentines
Beauty Works will behosting their Hair and Beau-ty Show on Sunday, April 7at the Ajax Convention Centre. Showtimes will be from 3:00 – 8:30 pm.Sponsored by Beauty Collection Incand Royal Imex, the Show’s intentionis to showcase the amazing talents ofCharm’s Beauty Works’ and other hairstylists.Booths are available for related com-panies wishing to promote their re-spective services in the fields of beautyand fashion.
Mark Your Calendars ForThe April 7 Hair Show

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