Oct 31, 2013
Fundraising dinner benefits Haitian child nutrition program
It is a tradition and a way of life on Manitoulin Island; when a call comes to help those in need, Islanders come out in droves to help and this was the case this past Monday as a Haiti fundraising dinner was held at the Mindemoya Missionary Church.
Mindemoya team plans medical, construction trip to Haiti in JanuaryPosted on 02 Oct 2013
Dr. Tiffany Keenan may have left Manitoulin's shores, but the legacy of her inspirational work lives on as a team of 12 medical and construction personnel are headed to the clinic she founded in Bas Limbe on the island nation of Haiti.
Genetics tie Haiti's cholera strain to U.N. peacekeepers.
Laika Valcoure, 16 months-old, suffering from cholera symptoms, is held by her mother at a local hospital in Limbe, near Cap Haitien, Haiti.
McGill supplies reach Haitian school
It is poignant proof that one person's refuse is another's riches. When some 2,000 students go to class at Lycee Jean-Baptiste Cineas, a school in Limbe, Haiti, chances are they may sit in old McGill chairs, at old McGill desks, look into old McGill microscopes and record their findings on old McGill computers.
Much-needed supplies sets sail for Haitian school
When the 2,000 students of Lycee Jean-Baptiste Cineas in Limbe, Haiti return to class this fall they may not recognize their school.