September 25, 2020

Canadian High Commissioner visits Cayman Islands

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    High Commissioner of Canada visits Cayman Islands.

·        On first official visit, the diplomat pays courtesy calls on Government dignitaries led by the Governor.

·        At a reception organised by the High Commission, she also met with Canadians on island.

Grand Cayman (GIS) – High Commissioner of Canada stationed in Jamaica, Her Excellency Laurie Peters paid courtesy calls on top Government officials during her two day visit over Wednesday 6 and Thursday 7 February.

On her first official stop in the Cayman Islands, the High Commissioner met and chatted with . Moses Kirkconnell and Attorney General Hon. on Wednesday. On Thursday, she met His Excellency the Governor Martyn Roper, Ministers Hon. Tara Rivers and Hon. Joseph Hew; Ministry of Education, Youth, Sports, Agriculture and Lands’ Acting Deputy Chief Officer Mrs. Lyneth Monteith.

She also briefly chatted with the Premier, Hon. Alden McLaughlin prior to departing the Government Administration Building.

Her Excellency was accompanied by Senior Trade Commissioner Richard York on visits with Ministers on Thursday.

Additionally, at a reception organised by the High Commission, she met with Canadians on island, Ms Peters said.

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Visiting and Senior Trade Commissioner met with Education Ministry Acting Deputy Chief Officer Lyneth Monteith.

Canadian High Commissioner Laurie Peters makes a presentation to His Excellency the Governor Martyn Roper.

Minister for Financial Services and Home Affairs, Hon. Tara Rivers receives a courtesy call from High Commissioner of Canada Laurie Peters and Senior Trade Commissioner Richard York.

Canadian High Commissioner Laurie Peters pays a courtesy call on Deputy Premier Hon. Moses Kirkconnell and Attorney General, Hon. Samuel Bulgin on Wednesday.

High Commissioner Laurie Peters briefly met and chatted with Premier, Hon. Alden McLaughlin during an impromptu meeting before she departed GAB


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