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RCMP Documents Suggest Harper’s Staff, Top Senators Colluded To Whitewash Duffy Report

RCMP Documents Suggest Harper’s Staff, Top Senators Colluded To Whitewash Duffy Report

OTTAWA – The prime minister’s chiefof staff went to Stephen Harper forapproval of a secret plan that would haveseen the Conservative party repay MikeDuffy’s contested expenses and whitewasha Senate report, new RCMP documentssuggest.Canadian Press reported that when theparty balked at the ultimate total ofDuffy’s $90,000 bill, however, NigelWright stepped in to pay the bill himself— […]

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End Of Air Care Doesn’t Mean That We Shouldn’t All Do Our Part To Preserve Our Clean Air!

End Of Air Care Doesn’t Mean That We Shouldn’t All Do Our Part To Preserve Our Clean Air!

Dear Editor:The Air Care programme is about to diebut question of pollution control willsurvive. After the complete shut downthe programme we need to know whatproportions of Air purity will maintain?This is important because global warmingand climate change has becomemajor challenges to face – now andbefore.The old vehicle those require Air Carewill continue running on a […]

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Popular Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi Sued For Allegedly Calling Developer “Don Vito Corleone”

Popular Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi Sued For Allegedly Calling Developer “Don Vito Corleone”

Calgary Home builder Cal Wenzel, who filed amultimillion dollar defamation lawsuit againstmayor Naheed Nenshi, was caught in a leakedtape recorded in 2012 where Wenzel implied threeCalgary councillors were already “taken care of”. CALGARY -Popular SouthAsian mayor ofCalgary NaheedNenshi is beingsued by aprominent citydeveloper whoclaims themayor defamedhim by allegedlyreferring to himas a mafia don.The battleb e […]

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Baby Comes Early For Indo-Canadian Mother Who Delivers In Cab

Baby Comes Early For Indo-Canadian Mother Who Delivers In Cab

Abdul Jabbar raced his taxi towards the hospital carrying AnitaRana, a very pregnant passenger, along with her sister-in-law andhusband Veer Singh Rana. But the baby wouldn’t wait, and momstarted to deliver the baby in the backseat VANCOUVER – A SouthAsian Vancouver cab driver wasin for a surprise when the Indo-Canadian woman he was supposedto be […]

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Sikh-Canadian Journalist Honored At World Sikh Awards In London

Sikh-Canadian Journalist Honored At World Sikh Awards In London

LONDON – Sikh-Canadian televisionbroadcastjournalist, Prabjot KaurRandhawa, aka PJ, whose journalisticwork in the American media to highlightissues of crime, poverty, and justice, tookthe top prize at the World Sikh awards inLondon.The prestigious ceremony for the Sikhawards 2013 were held at Hilton ParkLane, London on Saturday 9thNovember 2013 and recognized the pivotalachievements and contributions ofthe global Sikh […]

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Celebrating National Child Day!

Celebrating National Child Day!

Jasbir Sandhu, NDP MP for Surrey North, visited studentsat Surrey Traditional School as part of UNICEFCanada’s “Bring Your MP to School Day” on celebrateNational Child Day. This initiative gives youngCanadians and their elected officials the opportunityto participate in a meaningful discussion and learnfrom each other. “Engaging with our young people isa very valuable exercise because […]

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Australian Sikh Cabbie Who Returned $110,000 Honoured By Melbourne City

Australian Sikh Cabbie Who Returned $110,000 Honoured By Melbourne City

Lord MayorRobert Doylewith taxi driverL a k h w i n d e rSingh Dhillon,Deputy LordMayor SusanRiley andDhillon’s daughterMantirat. MELBOURNE – A Sikh taxidriver in Australia, who returned$110,000 in cash he found onthe rear seat of his cab to itsowners, has received aMelbourne City Council awardfor his honesty.Lakhwinder Singh Dhillonfound the money after droppingoff a […]

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Indo-Canadian Doctor Found Guilty Of Molesting 21 Women In Ontario

Indo-Canadian Doctor Found Guilty Of Molesting 21 Women In Ontario

Dr. George Doodnaught relied on his three decades of operating room experience toavoid detection as he kissed women, fondled their breasts and put his penis in theirmouth or hand, concealed from other medical staff only by a surgical drape, thejudge found. A date for sentencing arguments is to be set Dec. 13. OTTAWA – An […]

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Chinese Community In Burnaby Hit With Racist Graffiti

Chinese Community In Burnaby Hit With Racist Graffiti

Racist graffiti at Burnaby’sMetrotown touches on ‘underground’issues, says advocate. BURNABY – Racism continuesto rear its ugly head in multiculturalpockets of MetroVancouver with the latest beingthe Chinese community inBurnaby, specifically near theheavy Asian Metrotown area.The community is wondering ifthey’re truly welcome after aphoto of racist graffiti wastaken at a local mall and postedto an Internet site […]

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Like Sachin Tendulkar, It’s Time For India To Replace Their Fervour For Cricket With Football

Like Sachin Tendulkar, It’s Time For India To Replace Their Fervour For Cricket With Football

By: Promod Puri (LINK COLUMNIST) By Promod PuriLINK COLUMNISTAs the hullabaloo accompanying SachinTendulakar’s retirement is easing off thatthe cricket bugged India can now astutelyconsider retiring the game as well fromits number one position and take upfootball as its most favorite nationalsport.Like Tendulakar, the country has reachedits pinnacle in the game of cricket that anhonorable exit […]

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