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OBITUARY – Bhupinder Singh Bal

OBITUARY – Bhupinder Singh Bal

The Bal family announces the passing of their older brother Bhupinder Singh Bal passed away Tuesday, August 22 at 11.50 am.  Bhupinder Singh Bal,  the son of Sarbjit Singh Bal and Gurdev Kaur Bal, was the first owner of a Punjabi Video Store – Paramount Video Funeral:- August 27th at Valley View Funeral Home Located […]

August 25th, 2017 | Posted in Link News, News, South Asian, Top News | Read More »

Gian Singh Kotli’s Book Release Function Brings Out The Literary Crowd

Gian Singh Kotli’s Book Release Function Brings Out The Literary Crowd

Gian Singh Kotli & Surinder Kaur presenting “Dhann Likhari Nanaka” (Blessed is the writer)  to Jatinder Singh Minhas. Standing: Kavinder Chand, Jiwan Rampuri, Nadeem Parmar, Dr Patrick McGowan Victoria University, Surinder Kaur, Gian Singh Kotli, Jatinder Minhas, Sukhi Bath. Back row:  All are members of Kotli’s family except Pritpal Singh Gill in the middle. SURREY– […]

August 19th, 2017 | Posted in International, Link News, News, Punjab Link, South Asian, Top News | Read More »

Indo-Canadian Insurance Brokers Among Those Disciplined In Bridge Toll Avoidance Scheme

Indo-Canadian Insurance Brokers Among Those Disciplined In Bridge Toll Avoidance Scheme

Indo-Canadian insurance brokers Cheryl Lee Das and Rabjit Singh Johal have been penalized as a result of ICBC’s investigation into false receipt numbers entered into the Autoplan system. SURREY – The Insurance Council of B.C., has disciplined three more brokers, including two Indo-Canadians, for helping drivers avoid paying bills for bridge tolls by entering fake […]

August 12th, 2017 | Posted in Breaking News, Link News, South Asian, Top News | Read More »

OLD HABITS DIE HARD: Sajjan’s Cherry Pit Spitting Can Be Traced To His Indian Roots

OLD HABITS DIE HARD: Sajjan’s Cherry Pit Spitting Can Be Traced To His Indian Roots

Canada’s Defence Minister Harjit Singh Sajjan was born in India – a country where hygiene, manners and courtesy are almost non-existent. Almost 70 percent of the population goes to toilet in open fields. Some of the pristine beaches of Goa are littered with garbage. Given this sad lack of hygiene and abundance of litter and […]

July 26th, 2017 | Posted in Breaking News, Commentary, International, Lead Story, Link Columnist, Link News, News, Punjab Link, South Asian, South Asian, Top News | Read More »

Wine, Sunshine And Fun!

Wine, Sunshine And Fun!

LINK Editor: R. PAUL DHILLON The LINK editor R. Paul Dhillon made it’s annual trek to beautiful Okanagan country for Mission Hill Winery’s Concert series at their beautiful winery in Kelowna. It’s always great to see the breadth and length of our beautiful province and take in its immense beauty on a long ride from […]

July 15th, 2017 | Posted in Bollywood, Breaking News, Entertainment, Lead Story, Link News, Link VIP'S, News, South Asian, Top News | Read More »

Kal Rangi Hosts VIP BBQ!

Kal Rangi Hosts VIP BBQ!

  Well known realtor and political mover-shaker Kal Rangi’s hosted his annual summer BBQ in honour of the visit of his friend and well known Punjab educator-writer Amarjit Singh Parag (Sidhu) at his Richmond abode which is attached a huge backyard including a blueberry field at the rear. Rangi’s VIP guest list included local politicians […]

July 15th, 2017 | Posted in Entertainment, International, Link News, News, Punjab Link, South Asian, Top News | Read More »

Canada Celebrates A Unity In Diversity And A Diversity In Unity In Our 150 Year Anniversary

Canada Celebrates A Unity In Diversity And A Diversity In Unity In Our 150 Year Anniversary

By Zile Singh, IFS Ambassador(Retd.) Canada Day,  also called the Canadian National Day, is celebrated on July 1 every year. Its old name was ‘Dominion  Day’, which was renamed as Canada Day in 1947.  It is the anniversary of Constitutional Act, 1867 that joins New Brunswick and Nova Scotia into single country.  July 1 is […]

July 8th, 2017 | Posted in Breaking News, International, Link News, News, South Asian, Top News | Read More »

Breast Cancer Becoming Common – How Can You Fight It?

Breast Cancer Becoming Common – How Can You Fight It?

Breast cancer is fast becoming the most common cancer in most cities of India and second most common in rural areas. It is also one of the leading causes of death in women. Dr Geeta Kadayaprath, MS FRCS, head, Breast services (Surgical oncology), ex-fellow, Breast Unit, Royal Marsden Hospital, London, UK, Max Cancer Centre, Max […]

July 8th, 2017 | Posted in Health, International, Link News, News, South Asian, Top News | Read More »

Canada – You’re Beautiful!

Canada – You’re Beautiful!

By Gian Singh Kotli   Beautiful! beautiful treasure trove of heavenly beauty is Canada. Blooming diversity of Flowers a colorful spring garden is Canada.   No discrimination of caste, creed, profession, color anywhere. People are respected and treated really like humans in Canada.   All faiths cultures, beliefs, and ideals enjoy their diverse colors. People […]

July 6th, 2017 | Posted in Entertainment, International, Link Columnist, Link News, News, Punjab Link, South Asian, Top News | Read More »

Canada’s 150 Year Celebrations Is Joyous For “White Canadians” But Not So Much Fun For Indigenous Canadians

Canada’s 150 Year Celebrations Is Joyous For “White Canadians” But Not So Much Fun For Indigenous Canadians

By Bhupinder Singh Liddar Canada, this year, is celebrating 150 years of becoming a unified country, forming of a confederation, in 1867. There is regret in the history of this country, much to celebrate now, and a lot to look forward to! The Confederation is the result of three conferences: in Charlottetown and Quebec City, […]

June 25th, 2017 | Posted in Commentary, International, Link Columnist, Link News, News, South Asian, Top News, Views | Read More »