Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s holiday with the Aga Khan — a family friend, noted philanthropist and hereditary spiritual leader to the world’s approximately 15 million Ismaili Muslims — bears closer scrutiny, ethics commissioner Mary Dawson confirmed this week. “The fact is I’ve been fortunate to know the spiritual leader of the Ismaili Muslims, the Aga [...]
PM Trudeau’s Family Vacation With Ismaili Spiritual Leader Aga Khan’s Island To Be Investigated By The Ethics Commissioner
The fact still remains that financial success of immigrant communities belongs to men, just as it did in their native countries. Women are engaged in various employments but only as an employee or as a small employer. It is men who hold highly profitable businesses and to validate it in a framed time zone of [...]
Surrey’s own Indo-Canadian National Hockey League player Jujhar Khaira scored his first goal in the NHL and it turned out to be the winner as the Khaira’s Edmonton Oilers defeated the Arizona Coyotes 3-1. “Growing up as a kid playing street hockey you always picture it (scoring in the NHL) in your head and it’s [...]
Mister India, aka Rish Koya, wrestled the biggest match of his career at the All Star Wrestling Heavyweight Championship last Friday night at the Cloverdale Fairgrounds and he is now your winner and new All Star Wrestling Heavyweight Champion after defeating his arch-rival Nick Rogers. Koya becomes the first Indo-Canadian to hold the top title [...]
The bodies of Navdeep Sidhu and and Harman Mangat, both in their early 20s, were found in a southeast neighbourhood Wednesday afternoon.
EDMONTON – Two Indo-Canadian men from BC who were well known to police for their involvement in the drug trade were shot dead this week in Edmonton.
Police say the killings of Navdeep Sidhu and [...]
It was great to see people like R. Paul Dhillon, the prominent film maker and long-time editor of The Link. As a matter of fact, Dhillon and The Link as well as The Indo-Canadian Voice were the ones who supported Chandra when he needed it the most.
By Balwant Sanghera
VANCOUVER – Fraserview Hall in Vancouver was [...]
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s declining job approval in Ontario drives ten-point national slide, according to the latest Angus Reid poll, which says number of Ontarians who approve of PM’s job performance dropped 16 points since September.
By R. Paul Dhillon
TORONTO – Is the Trudeau-Liberals’ honeymoon with Canadian voters’ ending?
In a sign ardour that Prime Minister Justin [...]
Delta Police are looking for a blue 2011 Toyota Corolla with B.C. license plate AS3 54D believed to have been involved in a shooting of a young South Asian man in North Delta in October. Although the 25-year-old South Asian victim refused to cooperate with their investigation, police are confident the shooting was targeted. See [...]
Abbotsford Police Sends Out Punjabi-English Letters To Warn Parents Their Sons Are In A Deadly War If Involved In Gangs
Abbotsford Police Department has dedicated a wide array of resources to the ongoing Townline Hill conflict, which it says has been a top public safety priority since 2014. The department says Chief Bob Rich’s letter is an “earnest attempt to change the direction of the conflict and the lives of those involved.” Rich says in [...]
Current wait times for spousal applicants had been ranging from an average of 18 months for overseas applications to upwards of two years for spouses already in Canada. But from immediate effect, processing times will be reduced even further with most spousal applications now being processed in 12 months.
OTTAWA The Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal [...]