Here are some of our favourite links
Barbados High Commission, Ottawa
High Commissioner: H.E. Reginald Farley
55 Metcalfe St,Suite 470 Ottawa, Ontario, K1P 6L5
1-866-996-9517 Tel 1 613 236-9517
Fax 1 613 230-4362
Consulate General for Barbados (Toronto)
Consul General: Sonia Marville-Carter
110 Sheppard Ave East, Suite 205 North York, Ontario M2N 6Y8
Tel 1 416 214-9805
Fax 1 416 214-9815
National Association of Barbadian Organizations (U.S.A)
NABO ---The National Association of Barbados Organizations, Inc. is a non-profit corporation registered in the state of Florida and was formed for the purpose of coordinating the activities of Barbadian membership organizations to maximize the impact of the charitable and developmental activities of member organizations on Barbados and on Barbadian communities.
National Council of Barbadian Associations in the United Kingdom (NCBAUK)
NCBA is a voluntary organisation campaigning on behalf of UK Barbadians. We promote the rights of those Barbadians who took the lead in migrating to the UK in the mid 50's and 60's, focusing on social matters such as Health, Education, Arts and Culture. Our aim is to promote diversity in its pragmatic sense - acknowledging the role that first generation Barbadians played in building UK society and supporting the third generation of young black Britain's who have Barbadian heritage. Living examples of this is the twinning relationship between the London Borough of Hackney and Bridgetown Barbados and the twinning relationship between Reading, Berkshire and Speightstown, Barbados. Funds raised are used to support worthwhile projects in Barbados and the UK as well as donating to deserving bodies. In the past, several donations were made to the National Children's Home and Barbados Cancer Society. Funds were also raised and donated to a Kidney Machine Appeal, which was purchased and shipped to the Barbados Queen Elizabeth Hospital. A benevolent and medical trust fund has since been established to continue this type of support.
Information for Returning Nationals to Barbados
The Facilitation Unit for Returning Nationals (FURN) was established on February 16, 1996 when Cabinet approved the Charter for Returning and Overseas Nationals. The FURN was officially launched on March 8, 1996. Government recognised that there was a need to involve returning and overseas nationals more fully in the development of Barbados. Government has instituted to facilitate their resettlement and to offer information and advice pertinent to resettlement.
To learn more about the attractive package of concessions for Returning Nationals click here for the Information Booklet.
The Nation Newspaper
The Nation is one of Barbados' Daily Newspaper. Stay in touch with current affairs, read stories by your favourite columnists or catch up on those classifieds.
The Barbados Advocate
Barbados' longest standing daily newspaper. Stay connected to your roots!
CBC TV Channel 8 Barbados
Did you know you can watch CBC TV Channel 8 LIVE on the Internet for FREE! Yes we said FREE!
VOB 92.9 FM
A favourite with Bajans abroad! Tune in to listen to VOB 92.9 FM LIVE!
Barbados Tourism Authority
The Official Website of the Barbados Tourism Authority. Want the latest information on the Best of Barbados Packages? Special Promotions? Festivals? Accomodation? Restaurants? Stay in the know at VisitBarbados.org
With over 350 years of which we can boast, surpassed only by Bermuda and Britain, these buildings hold the history of the Barbadian system of Government which is the third oldest political system within the Commonwealth.
Take a look at the new Barbados Parliament website - lots to learn!
One of the aims of the Trust is to advance the education of persons who reside in, or are citizens of West Indian countries who have been or may become at some future time members of the Caribbean Commonwealth. We aim to achieve this goal by providing funding for fellowships, research posts, bursaries or facilities for such persons to pursue educational studies in Canada or in the Commonwealth Caribbean.