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Will A Minority Government Make BC A Better Place?

Will A Minority Government Make BC A Better Place?

Dear Editor: No single party secured a clear majority in the Provincial election. Political perplexity created to form a government. Voters casted their vote intelligently. They voted for those candidate who can shape better future.  It  was difficult to choose and elect a majority government because both the Liberal and NDP presented the pubic with […]

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Kejriwal names Bhagwant Mann Punjab AAP Chief With ‘No-Drinking’ Order

Kejriwal names Bhagwant Mann Punjab AAP Chief With ‘No-Drinking’ Order

Rejected Ghuggi Sulks While Khaira Quits As Chief Whip! The decision was announced by Kejriwal after he claimed a majority opinion in favour of Mann following one-on-one meetings with the MLAs. “The majority of whom I spoke wanted (Bhagwant) Mann to lead the state,” he announced. CHANDIGARH – The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Monday […]

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Deputy Ontario NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh Is Expected To Launch His Bid Next Week!

Deputy Ontario NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh Is Expected To Launch His Bid Next Week!

Sources familiar with Ontario NDP’s stylish Sikh MPP  Jagmeet Singh’s plans tell Canadian Press he will make the announcement at the Bombay Palace in Brampton, Ont., on Monday night (May 15) – the venue where the current Deputy Ontario NDP leader held an election party in 2011 when he entered provincial politics. OTTAWA – Ontario […]

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Ontario Human Rights Tribunal Rules That Indo-Canadian Cop Was Denied Promotion Because Of ‘Race’

Ontario Human Rights Tribunal Rules That Indo-Canadian Cop Was Denied Promotion Because Of ‘Race’

Staff sergeant Baljiwan Sandhu, a decorated officer with 28 years of service on the Peel police force, had sought a promotion to inspector in 2013. The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario ruled that not only Sandhu had been denied a promotion but that Peel Regional Police did not consider the portion of work in diversity […]

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Cirque Du Solleil To Return To Vancouver In October With Kurios

Cirque Du Solleil To Return To Vancouver In October With Kurios

VANCOUVER  – Cirque du Soleil returns to Vancouver with its most acclaimed touring show, KURIOS – Cabinet of Curiosities, which will premiere under the iconic blue-and-yellow Big Top at Concord Pacific Place on October 19. Written and directed by Michel Laprise, KURIOS is a tale in which time comes to a complete stop, transporting the […]

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Khalsa Day Celebrations To Held In Bellingham With Nagar Kirtan This Sunday

Khalsa Day Celebrations To Held In Bellingham With Nagar Kirtan This Sunday

BELLIGHAM, WA.  The annual Nagar Kirtan celebrating Khalsa Day or “Khalsa Sajna Diwas” will be celebrated this Sunday, May 14 in Bellingham, Washington at the Gurdwara Guru Nanak Parkash.  Another celebration took place in Lyndon just two weeks ago and more are planned in other cities.  This is another great sign of prosperity and growth […]

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Canadian Pop Star Justin Bieber “Lip Syncs” His Way Through Mumbai Concert

Canadian Pop Star Justin Bieber “Lip Syncs” His Way Through Mumbai Concert

After setting the stage on fire in Dubai, international singing sensation Justin Bieber arrived in Mumbai in the wee hours of Wednesday, where he was received at the airport by Bollywood superstar Salman Khan’s bodyguard Shera, who is in charge of the former’s security in Mumbai along with additional Z-level security provided by the Mumbai […]

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Estimated 60 Percent Of BC’s Registers Voters Voted In 2017 Provincial Election

Estimated 60 Percent Of BC’s Registers Voters Voted In 2017 Provincial Election

VICTORIA – Elections BC estimates that voter turnout for the 2017 Provincial General Election was approximately 60 per cent. This estimate is based on: the number of voters registered as of the close of general voter registration on April 11 adjusted for expected rates of registration during voting, the number of valid votes and rejected […]

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Vancouver Police Holds Annual Tournament To Honour Fallen Member Paul Sanghera

Vancouver Police Holds Annual Tournament To Honour Fallen Member Paul Sanghera

VANCOUVER – The Vancouver Police Soccer and Service Club will be kicking off the 34th anniversary of the Paul Sanghera High School Indoor Soccer Tournament that honours a fallen member who tragically lost his life in a fatal car crash. It began Thursday at Killarney Secondary School, which will be hosting eight Vancouver high school […]

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Exploring The Rich History And Contributions Of The Sikh-South Asian Community In Mission

Exploring The Rich History And Contributions Of The Sikh-South Asian Community In Mission

By Ken Herar I am honoured and privileged to being doing a three-part series on the history and contributions of the South Asian (Sikh) community of Mission in celebration of the 125th anniversary of our city. Having been born and raised in Mission and coming from a pioneer Sikh family, the diverse history and the […]

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