PASSING OF DR. LYTTLETON ESTIL RAMSAHOYE










MAY 2016  SCRIBBLER 25TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION
Yes, QCAAT celebrates 25 years and marks the occasion with this special Silver
Anniversary Edition of
The Scribbler. To download click here ...

TRIBUTE TO DR. ROBERT "BOBBY" MOORE
QCAA Toronto pays the following tribute to the late Dr. Robert (Bobby) Moore at his
memorial service held in Ottawa on Saturday, November 21,2015.....

QCAA (TORONTO) 24 YEARS AND COUNTING
Since its formation, QCAA (Toronto) can be proud of achieving its primary objective by
providing over the years substantial assistance of various types to QC's students and
staff to help in maintaining the school's traditional high standards of academic and
other excellence ...

SCHOOL HISTORY NOW AVAILABLE
"A History of the Queen's College of British Guiana" previously published in 1951, is
now on sale. Order your copies for C$20 plus postage from one of
the following:                                                      
Vivian Wong     416-724-5937        Syed Rayman   416-412-0103
Patrick Chan     416-686-8835        Victor Moses     905-791-3412
Audrick Chung  905-839-6816        Ron Wharton    519-442-5337
School building
Water Lily, the national flowerof Guyana
Map of Guyana
The hibiscus flower
Kaiteur Falls
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NEWS & EVENTS
QC alumnus Dr.Lyttleton Estil Ramsahoye, Geophysicist, passed
away in “Cardomar”, Maxwell Main Road, Christ Church, Barbados
on February 9, 2017 at the age of 86. He attended QC from 1941-
1949, won the Guyana Scholarship in 1949, having obtained
distinctions in Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics. He was a
member of Percival "A'' House , prefect in 1948, a former Dean of
Natural Sciences at UG and retired Director of the Caribbean
Meteorological Institute in Barbados. He was one of 4 siblings
who attended QC