‘Administration’ News

Baja Citizen – Letter’s to the Editor

UrbanaKitchen_90x62mm-01-2 Gari-Ellen, We seem to be spending plenty of time in the supermarkets while we are staying in La Paz and have heard from friends that we should tip the baggers at the grocery store after we have paid the cashier. Is this correct? How much...

THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT MOSQUITOES

Cathy Hill By Cathy Ann Hill It is hopeful that this article will bring you awareness and information from a different angle. How many of these facts do you know? How many old wives tales actually are or are not true? The Mosquito 1) Only female mosquitoes...

Julio Ibarra: Kindness, Strength, and Dedication

Don Julio from Pottery Ibarra By Ana Garc√≠a Ibarra   I grew up muddy, playing with molds and brushes, being careful not to break pieces while running around the pottery shop. But we are not talking about me. This article is about the man who never got angry if I...

Welcome to the NEW BAJA CITIZEN

cover tbc Your favorite local English-language news source has re-emerged, now with an exciting new magazine format. The new Baja Citizen will be published monthly, from October through May. I hope the magazine will provide insight into what makes La Paz and its surrounding precincts ‘tick’ —...

Entrepreneurs, Producers and Artisan Market Continues on Sundays

Entrepreneurs, Producers and Artisan Market Opens to Promote Local Products Entrepreneurs, Producers and Artisan Market Continues on Sundays   TBC   Just a friendly reminder that the Entrepreneurs, Producers and Artisan Market will continue every Sunday with the sale of seafood, agriculture products, crafts and homemade foods. The weekly market is located in the parking...

Canada to Ease Travel Restrictions for Mexico

Dad and the Pacific TBC A delegation from Citizenship and Immigration Canada and the Canadian Border Services Agency concluded a two-day visit to Mexico City on May 2nd. The visit was one of the steps that have been taken to broaden and deepen the relationship between Mexico and Canada....

Mays Days to Remember

May May Days Are Just Around the Corner May is one of the busier months of the year in Mexico, with a mountain of special days to consider if you either work or study here. Please take into account these dates before making any major plans....

MEXICO AND CANADA DEEPEN THEIR DIPLOMATIC TIES

Mexican-Money-Peso MEXICO AND CANADA DEEPEN THEIR DIPLOMATIC TIES   In 2014, Mexico and Canada marked their 70th anniversary of diplomatic relations, the 40th¬†anniversary of the Seasonal Agricultural Workers Program (SAWP), and the first 10 years of a partnership with shared goals. Both countries agreed to further...

Daylight Savings Time Ends In La Paz

Endof-DST1   Daylight Savings Time Ends tomorrow (October 26th) at 2:00 am here in Mexico (exceptions below). Time to move the clocks back an hour! In 2010 ten Mexico municipalities which share a border with the United States will begin daylight saving time three weeks earlier...

RIP Guenter Walter Trebbow

Guenter Trebbow Guenter Walter Trebbow 1938 to 2014 Guenter was many things a Father, Husband, Friend, Entrepreneur, Story teller, Writer, Artist and Sailor. He was born in Hamburg Germany in 1938, and moved to the USA in 1963. Guenter Married in LA in 1967, then moved to...