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Ex-Cop, Decorated Sikh Army Man Poised To Run For Trudeau Liberals In South Vancouver

Ex-Cop, Decorated Sikh Army Man Poised To Run For Trudeau Liberals In South Vancouver

According to LINK sources, Lt.-Col. Harjit Singh Sajjan will be a shoe-in if an actual nomination fight was to ensue but he will most likely will be acclaimed. “If Lt.-Col. Sajjan wants to be a federal Liberal candidate in the next election and be part of Justin Trudeau’s team, which I know he wants, then [...]

April 15th, 2014 | Posted in Lead Story, Top News | Read More »

Group Of Eight Degenerates Into Gang Of Seven

Group Of Eight Degenerates Into Gang Of Seven

By Dr. Swaraj
The group of eight have just decided to oust Russia from the group.  This is the height of Western arrogance, double standards, hypocrisy, and opportunism.  What is left of the G8 can now be called a gang of seven.  Moreover, the G8 has already lost its’ relevance and importance.  This group is [...]

April 1st, 2014 | Posted in News, Top News | Read More »

Speaker Linda Reid Bills Taxpayers For husband’s Trip

Speaker Linda Reid Bills Taxpayers For husband’s Trip

VICTORIA – Speaker of theLegislature Linda Reid apologizedfor billing taxpayers tosend her husband to SouthAfrica and repaid $5,500 in business-class flights Tuesday.”If this has caused anyone anyconsternation I sincerely apologize,”she told reporters in heroffice at the legislature.Reid said she had repaid$5528.16.The move came within hoursafter Reid admitted to TheVancouver Sun that she billedthe business-class flights, [...]

April 1st, 2014 | Posted in News, Top News | Read More »

The Real Language Of Diversity Is Love

The Real Language Of Diversity Is Love

By Ken Herar
VIEW FROM THE VALLEY
A few months ago I was asked that why,as someone who promotes diversity inthe community, is it that I cannot speakmy language of heritage, Punjabi?I was taken aback by this comment andto clarify the situation, I am more capableof understanding Punjabi when someoneis speaking it to me, but have more [...]

April 1st, 2014 | Posted in Link Columnist, News, Top News | Read More »

Surrey Board Of Trade Says No To Recycling Program

Surrey Board Of Trade Says No To Recycling Program

Surrey – The Surrey Board ofTrade is not supporting the newrecycling regime under thedirection of Multi-Materials ofBC.“The position was taken due toa rising number of concernsbeing raised by small businesses,which comprise a large percentageof our membership,” saidAnita Huberman, CEO.“We’re concerned that thefinancial and administrativeimpact on business will result inmuch higher fees required tocomply with the [...]

April 1st, 2014 | Posted in News, Top News | Read More »

UFV Wrestler Jaskarn Ranu Wins Junior Nationals Gold!

UFV Wrestler Jaskarn Ranu Wins Junior Nationals Gold!

UFV Wrestling coaches Arjan Bhullar andRaj Virdi were in Edmonton over the weekend,witnessing Cascades Wrestling Clubmember Jaskarn Ranu’s meteoric ascent tothe top of the national podium at theCanadian Junior (U21) NationalChampionships. Ranu took the gold medalin the 74 kg division, and has now qualifiedto represent Team Canada in the upcominginternational season.“Jaskarn competed as part of [...]

April 1st, 2014 | Posted in News, Top News | Read More »

Two Surrey Residents Face Charges In Connection With Attempted Robbery And Shooting

Two Surrey Residents Face Charges In Connection With Attempted Robbery And Shooting

Surrey – Two Surrey residents are facing aseries of charges in connection with anattempted robbery and shooting inLangley.Christopher Carl Agin, 29, and RosemaryManyphone Souriyavong, 23, appeared inSurrey Provincial Court over two days,and are scheduled to appear again nextmonth, according to court documentsonline.Langley RCMP responded to the 8300-block of 216 Street, in Walnut Grove,Sunday after getting [...]

April 1st, 2014 | Posted in News, Top News | Read More »

Inquests Announced Into Death Of Inmates In BC Prison

Inquests Announced Into Death Of Inmates In BC Prison

Vancouver – The BC Coroners Servicehas announced that dates for a publicinquest into the deaths of Roland JosephBourque and David Edwin Fast, bothinmates at the North Fraser Pre-trialCentre in Port Coquitlam.Mr. Bourque, aged 69, died on the morningof April 3, 2012. He was pronounceddead at the scene. His inquest will beginon June 2, 2014, at [...]

April 1st, 2014 | Posted in News, Top News | Read More »

Measles Outbreak Under Control Says Fraser Health

Measles Outbreak Under Control Says Fraser Health

Fraser Health declared a measlesoutbreak on March 8th in lowimmunized areas of Fraser East.Since that time Fraser Healthhas been working diligently withschools, community groups,church groups and medical officialsin the region to investigatethe outbreak and institute controlmeasures, including settingup dedicated immunization clinicsin public health and generalpractitioner offices and urgingpeople to get vaccinated.“We currently have 228 confirmedcases [...]

April 1st, 2014 | Posted in News, Top News | Read More »

The Ever After Of Ashwin Rao Tracks The Emotional Toll Of Violence

The Ever After Of Ashwin Rao Tracks The Emotional Toll Of Violence

On June 23, 1985,Air India Flight182 from Montrealto Delhi was felledby a bomb overthe AtlanticOcean. Of the 329individuals aboard,none survived, andthe attack remainsthe largest massmurder inCanadian history.This tragedyframes PadmaViswanathan’s secondnovel, TheEver After ofAshwin Rao, yet the story’s power residesin its measured treatment of sorrow andrage. The Arkansas-based author avoidscheap sensationalism and easy conclusionshere and offers [...]

April 1st, 2014 | Posted in News, Top News | Read More »