best cialis store times;”>More bad news for the economy. Scotiabank that promised fidelity to The Bahamas and gave people the expectation of life time employment and protection in exchange for their loyalty has given up that creed and is about to layoff as many as 50 people in The Bahamas and close seven branches: two in Long Island, malady two in Eleuthera, in New Providence the Cave Branch, the Marlborough Street branch and the Wulff Road Branch which has been there for fifty years. The Prime Minister gave the warning but not the figure on Friday 27th March to The Tribune. The stuff has hit the fan and the bean counters in Toronto are not having any part of it. So that’s that. More voices from the southern Caribbean will be harassing us about paying our overdue loans. Other thing coming 47 people to be laid off by American Eagle at the Lynden Pindling Airport.