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Trial Of Indian-origin Terror Suspect, Three Others Begins In UK

Trial Of Indian-origin Terror Suspect, Three Others Begins In UK

Nadeem Ilyas Patel, from east London, was charged with possession of a firearm with intent to cause fear of violence in May last year. LONDON – An Indian-origin terror suspect, who allegedly agreed to help another man acquire a gun for an attack in London, went on trial along with three others on Tuesday. Nadeem […]

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Overdoses Killing Too Many Young People In Metro Vancouver

Overdoses Killing Too Many Young People In Metro Vancouver

By Balwant Sanghera Overdose has now  become a major concern in Metro Vancouver. Last year, in Vancouver alone, there were 335 deaths from this curse. According to media reports there were 4,719 overdose related calls to first responders in Vancouver . However, in 2017 they had to respond to 6,231 such calls. So far, 2018 […]

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De Jong Being Accused Of Misleading Party On The Size Of Surplus

De Jong Being Accused Of Misleading Party On The Size Of Surplus

“The 2017 Election Loss Is On Mike de Jong,” Said Former B.C. cabinet minister Bill Bennett! VANCOUVER – Boastful former finance minister and BC Liberal leadership candidate Mike de Jong is being accused of misleading the party on the size of the surplus which the BC Liberals didn’t utilize and ended up losing the last […]

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The BC Liberal Leadership Race That Should Never Have Been

The BC Liberal Leadership Race That Should Never Have Been

By Dermod Travis, When the political landscape changes, it changes fast. On July 27, the B.C. Liberal party was one case of a bad flu away from trying to regain power. But in less than 24 hours, former Premier Christy Clark was gone, both as leader and as MLA. Within five weeks the race was […]

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Final BC Liberal Leadership Debate Produces Nothing As Leadership Still Anyone’s Game

Final BC Liberal Leadership Debate Produces Nothing As Leadership Still Anyone’s Game

VANCOUVER – The final debate in the lack lustre BC Liberal leadership race produced nothing much other than pointed attacks as tempers flared at the Westin Bayshore Hotel in Vancouver as veterans butted heads over the future of the party with newer faces calling for change. By the looks of it – the leadership is […]

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THE POWER OF SIX: Brotherly Love Inspires Them To Do Good Things For Their Homeland

THE POWER OF SIX: Brotherly Love Inspires Them To Do Good Things For Their Homeland

Six brothers – no matter what they do, where they live – come together each year to organize a hockey tournament in memory of their parents They are six brothers with one pursuit: perpetuate the memory of their parents among those who love hockey. So, Sardar Balwant Singh Kapur Memorial Hockey Tournament and Mata Parkash […]

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My heart

My heart

a sheet of clean paper no scribbles, scratches or stains on it.   You crumpled me tight fist over and over.   I survived as a wrinkled paper but still clean – no scribbles scratches or stains. ~ Ashok Bhargava    

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Russia- China-India Should Takeover Leadership Of The Present Globalization  

Russia- China-India Should Takeover Leadership Of The Present Globalization  

By Dr. Sawraj Singh The present western led globalization is in deep trouble because there is a deep anti globalization feeling in many western countries including the USA. The western countries never believed in a true globalization which has a true spirit of a global community and which can provide a plain field for all […]

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Racing Readers Inspires Literacy, Fitness And Fun During B.C. Family Literacy Week

Racing Readers Inspires Literacy, Fitness And Fun During B.C. Family Literacy Week

  It’s after school on a Wednesday and while most students have gone home for the day, 35 kids have gathered in an all-purpose room at Newton Elementary. They’re attention is on a Simon Fraser University student, who is showing them some phrases in sign language: “hello,” “my name is,” “how are you.” Another SFU […]

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PLEA’s 15th Annual Mother Language Day Held In North Delta

PLEA’s 15th Annual Mother Language Day Held In North Delta

Parvinder Dhariwal Punjabi Language Education Association (PLEA) held its 15th annual Mother Language Day celebration on January 20th at the North Delta Recreation Centre. The program consisted of important discussions about the implementation of Punjabi language teaching in more public schools in Surrey. Along with various speakers who discussed the important issues, a large number […]

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