The Gleaner, North America Dec 08, 2022 - Jan 05, 2023

VIDEO CONFERENCE BEFORE THE HONOURABLE MISS JUSTICE M. JACKSON (Ag). ON JUNE 23, 2022, SEPTEMBER 21, 2022, OCTOBER 14, 2022 & OCTOBER 26, 2022 UPON Fixed Date Claim Form filed on October 2, 2018 coming on for hearing AND UPON hearing Mr. Lorenzo J. Eccleston, Attorney-at-law, instructed by Temple Law, Attorneys-at-Law for the Claimant, AND with the Defendants not being present nor represented, it is HEREBY ORDERED AS FOLLOWS: 1. The Claimant, Desmond Williams McKenzie, the father of Mikhail Dominic McKenzie, is granted sole custody, care and control of the said Mikhail Dominic McKenzie. 2. Mikhail Dominic McKenzie is to be returned to Desmond Williams McKenzie, his father, for him to reside with him at Lot 8, Jude Close, Woodstock Pin’es, Buff Bay, Portland. 3. Lacy-Ann Sherene Raymond, the mother of Mikhail Dominic McKenzie, is to have access to him upon her making an application in the Supreme Court of Judicature of Jamaica. 4. A copy this Formal Order is to be served on Lacy-Ann Sherene Raymond by placing an advertisement in the North American Edition of the Gleaner Newspaper twice. 5. The deemed date of service of this Order on Lacy-Ann Sherene Raymond is to be twentyeight (28) days from the date of the second publication. 6. A courtesy copy of this Formal Order is to be served on the 1st Defendant, Daisy Eli zabeth Raymond, grandmother of the child Mikhail Dominic McKenzie, as well as her attorney who represented her in these proceedings. 7. The Claimant’s Attorney-at-Law is to prepare, file and serve this order. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA IN THE CIVIL DIVISION CLAIM NO. 2018 HCV 03811 FORMAL ORDER Filed by TEMPLE LAW, Clo LORENZO J. ECCLESTON, Attorney-at-Law, of 66-68 Barry Street, Kingston for and on behalf of the Claimant herein whose address for service is that of his said attorney. Tel: (876) 535-8162; (876) 633-6531. Email: BY THE COURT: BETWEEN DESMOND WILLIAM McKENZIE CLAIMANT AND DAISY ELIZABETH RAYMOND FIRST DEFENDANT AND LACY-ANN SHERENE RAYMOND SECOND DEFENDANT 12 TORONTO, ONT: B OASTING MORE than a million twinkling lights formed into shapes and sculptures that celebrate Christmas around the world, Glow Christmas is now open at the Toronto Congress Centre. Canada’s premier indoor Christmas festival, Glow Christmas is delivering an unforgettable experience to enjoy with the family or as a romantic night out with a loved one. At Glow Christmas, be dazzled by a twinkling tour of the globe, enjoy specialty cocktails and holiday foods, search for unique and one-of-a-kind gifts, and even spend some time with the most popular couple of the season, Santa and Mrs Claus. The Glow Christmas celebration includes: • The Light Gardens – Inspired by a trip around the world, this year’s display is a truly immersive experience that showcases global landmarks that will take patrons on a magical exploration through six countries. • Merry Maker’s Market – Vendors and artisans will be offering unique gifts and crafts, ideal for stocking stuffers or that one-of-a-kind gift you want for the special someone on your list. • Live Entertainment Stage – Sing along and dance to your favourite seasonal tunes performed live by local musicians, artistes and performers. • Food and Drink – Enjoy an irresistible lineup of delicious food and holiday cocktails inspired by the Around theWorld theme. And for mom and dad – or the perfect date night – the entire facility is licensed, meaning they can enjoy their cocktails while strolling through the maze of lights. • Glen the Glow-comotive – Enjoy a train ride on Glen the Glowcomotive. As he watches the smiles on the children’s faces grow, he’ll give a whistle with a magical glow. • Kids’ Park – If walking through the light displays doesn’t burn off the energy, letting the little ones romp around in the play park is sure to tire them out. • Mrs Claus’s Kitchen – Join Mrs Claus and her elves to decorate Santa’s favourite road (sleigh?) trip snack – cookies! • Santa Claus – It wouldn’t be a Christmas attraction without the big guy himself. Santa is popping down from the North Pole to visit his favourite Christmas festival. Glow Christmas Toronto takes place from November 30 to December 31 at the Toronto Congress Centre. Glow Christmas is now open! Experience more than a million twinkling lights at Canada’s premier indoor Christmas festival People take photos as the Peace Tower and Centre Block of Parliament Hill are lit with projections for Lights Across Canada in Ottawa, Ontario, on Wednesday, December 7. AP TORONTO AS THE Christmas season approaches, three Jamaican Canadian organisations and a new Toronto councillor of Jamaican heritage are gearing up to celebrate it with various events. 4 The Jamaican Canadian Association (JCA)will host its Family Holiday Festival, a free event, on December 11 at the JCA Centre in Toronto, from noon to 5 p.m. with Santa Claus, vendors, games and prizes, DJ and singing, and a health and wellness centre. 4 PACE Canada will hold its Holiday Event and Toy Drive on December 9, 6-9 p.m., at Blackhurst Cultural Centre on Bathurst Street in Toronto, where there will be musical entertainment, prizes and surprises, and greetings by Consul General Lincoln Downer. Those attending are encouraged to bring an unwrapped item for the toy drive. The tickets are $20. 4 PACE Canada will also give an update of the ‘Jamaica Strong’ Contest. In addition to celebrating 60 years of Jamaica’s Independence, the contest aims to show the strength of the country and its people. Entries were solicited from PACE-sponsored schools, and each school could submit only one entry which represented the entire school team. Entries are required to demonstrate the theme of ‘Jamaica Strong’ and could take any form that the team preferred to create. For example, the team could create artwork or a dance, recite a poem or story, perform a skit or a song, demonstrate a sport or an aspect of Jamaican culture, or any other concept they choose. While the format is chosen by each school, the content should showwhat Jamaica Strongmeans to the school team. Entries should be created around student ideas, should be a collaborative and fun experience for all, and should be kept to one page in length (if written), or no more than two minutes (if in video format). A picture can be taken of any artwork created. The contest started on October 15, and the deadline for submissions was on December 1, with the judges expected to make their decisions in early December. Five grand prizes will be awarded to the best entries received from schools in all parishes plus two runner-up schools, and three members. The grand prize will be a catered lunch at each winning school by a local restaurant (details to be announced once the winner is chosen). In addition, there will be prizes for two runner-up schools. A special event will be organised in Jamaica, through a partnership with the Early Childhood Commission (ECC), and in Toronto to formally announce and celebrate the winners in December.. 4 The Alliance of Jamaican Alumni Associations will have its holiday event – Christmas Mingle 2022 – at the Jamaican Canadian Centre on December 9 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $40, which includes a meal, prizes and surprises. The music will be provided by DJ Bobby from Soul to Soul. 4 The NewToronto city councillor for Scarborough North Ward 23, Jamaal Myers, will hold a FamilyWinter Night and Food Drive on December 13, 5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. at the Agincourt Recreation Centre in Scarborough. “Help our community by bringing non-perishable food items in support of Scarborough Rosewood Food Drive,” notes a message on the poster about the free event, which will include hot drinks, cookie decorating for kids, story time with the councillor, and a draw for Toronto Zoo passes. Events THE WEEKLY GLEANER | DECEMBER 8, 2022 - JANUARY 5, 2023 | | NEWS