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Pierre For Independence 45 Activities In Toronto


Official Independence 45 activities continue domestically and in the Diaspora community in North America.

Under the auspices of the Consulate General of Saint Lucia in Toronto, the Saint Lucia-Toronto Association will host an Independence Gala in Toronto on March 9, 2024.

Prime Minister Hon. Philip J. Pierre has accepted an invitation from the Saint Lucia-Toronto Association to attend the Independence Gala on Saturday. Prime Minister Pierre will be the Guest of Honour at the gala.

While in Toronto, Ontario, the Prime Minister will engage with officials of the Consulate General of Saint Lucia in Toronto, review the work of the Mission and hold exchanges with officials of the Saint Lucia-Toronto Association and the members of the Saint Lucian community in Toronto.

Deputy Prime Minister, Hon. Dr Ernest Hilaire, will act as Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, Economic Development and Youth Economy and Minister for Justice and National Security from the evening of March 8, 2024, to the afternoon of March 10, 2024.

SOURCE: Office of the Prime Minister


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  1. Politicians are like a bunch of bananas. They are all crooked, where is the minimum wage that you promise to enact on independence day. It clearly shows that you are no different from Tropical Trump, liars. I hope that private sector workers vote you out whenever the elections is called . How can you allow over 65 percent of the workforce earn wages as low as 3 to 5 EC dollars an hour … Wicked heartless prime minister who is a wimp and puppet of businesses who fund your political campaigns

  2. Now before some of you get off it’s OUR OWN St Lucian’s Association inviting him, housing, and picking up the tab NOT THE GOVERNMENT OF ST LUCIA. Why not; go hear what’s their stress of course the shootings blah blah blah, Pierre just dress warm I know this time of year nothing keeping you there too long unless you have to meet with the Canadian PM.

  3. Just witness Pierre at the Independence celebration in Toronto. I could not help but notice how boring Pierre was on the stage. He was uninspiring with his continued lies. It was quite obvious on the people’s faces the organizers could have gotten a better speaker from SLU. The guy was lacking energy and he tried to twist the truth at every opportunity – as always. Pierre was asked one question regarding the policy on deported criminals back to Slu. Pierre tried to answer with several answers and at the end he never answered the question. It was definitely an embarrassment to have Pierre in Toronto.

  4. I don’t believed what the honourable Lucian high is saying the st lucian organization in Canada is picking up the tab for the prime minister because in this present day and time as head of state there is too much logistical and security involved when a head of state goes abroad
    its not like me gping to canada I just drive up north to the border to a port of entry present myself in disappear into the sunset in Canada but as prime minister there is too much been involved when the head of state goes to a foreign land so cpme again mr lucian highgrade keep searching you will find that bill or its total cost in time to come just keep doing more searching and less talking the common man is no longer fools okay ??

  5. But again the prime minister has nothing to show this st lucian organization in Canada while st lucia is burning down
    so when he gets up there he needs to plead with these st lucian to stop sending weapons in those food barrels to the homeland making the situation worst and before coming back home stop in the united States in do the same plead with lucians to stop fueling the fire back back home by sending weapons and ammunition in those food barrels because its not helping the cause

  6. @Lima Clown with your one man show I was just waiting for you to poke holes because they did not invite your White God Tropical Trump why would they invite him, he pledge allegiance already so he is Canadian. The people are not stupid they want to hear from their son of the soil The Most Honorable Philip J Pierre NOT A FOREIGNER. You and you alone misguided, just like Donald Trump you think everyone is for him the classic mistake you fools made the last time PLEASE MAKE IT AGAIN.


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