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Lower Mainland gang conflict: “Police unfortunately find themselves providing warnings to gang members that they are in danger” »

06:29 pm |     THE Abbotsford Police Department and their law enforcement partners in the Lower Mainland have been dealing with continuing issues of violence in the region that are directly related to the Lower…

Feb 24 2017 / Read More »

Burnaby homicide update: Parveen Maan charged with second-degree murder in death of wife »

12:50 pm | PARVEEN Mann, 47, has been charged with second-degree murder in Thursday’s death of his wife. He was arrested at the scene of the crime and remains in custody. On February 23, just before…

Feb 24 2017 / Read More »

South Asian group in Brampton completes its pledge to Osler, raising $1,000,000 »

12:35 pm |   Osler working in partnership with Punjab’s Dayanand Medical College and Hospital, Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha and Apollo Hospitals   BRAMPTON: A $1-million donation to William Osler Health System (Osler) hospitals was announced at…

Feb 23 2017 / Read More »

Community forum engages young audience to learn about contributions of immigrants »

06:35 pm | S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Community Forum on Immigration and Racial Discrimination was a full house event at the UBC Robson Square on Wednesday, February 22. The keynote speaker, Artur Wilczynski, Canada’s Ambassador to Norway, shared his…

Feb 22 2017 / Read More »

Will Ontario MPP Jagmeet Singh run for federal NDP leadership? »

03:20 pm |   THE Toronto Star on Wednesday reported that sources had told them that Ontario MPP Jagmeet Singh (Bramalea-Gore-Malton) has put in place a team that is “quietly organizing” for him to possibly run…

Feb 22 2017 / Read More »

Harry Lali is no puppet – and he’s standing firm »

04:56 pm |   FORMER MLA and minister Harry Lali will know his fate at the nomination meeting on March 18 to elect the NDP candidate from Fraser-Nicola. It seems that the provincial office staff have…

Feb 21 2017 / Read More »

BC Coroners Service investigating death of 3-year-old Nimrat Kaur Gill »

03:50 pm | THE BC Coroners Service has confirmed it is investigating the case of a three-year-old girl who died at Abbotsford Regional Hospital on February 7. Nimrat Kaur Gill, who lived in Abbotsford, had been…

Feb 21 2017 / Read More »

Christy Clark’s “Forget Everything” budget can’t erase years of neglect: NDP Leader John Horgan »

03:44 pm | ‘Since Christy Clark was elected the average family is paying more than $1,000 more for Hydro, MSP and ICBC fees alone’   PREMIER Christy Clark’s “Forget Everything” pre-election budget is cold comfort to…

Feb 21 2017 / Read More »

Cutting MSP premiums puts more money in the pockets of BC families »

01:53 pm | BY MICHAEL DE JONG Minister of Finance   I presented British Columbia’s fifth-straight balanced budget [on Tuesday]. Each successive surplus illustrates our determined commitment to grow a strong, job-creating economy; invest in priority…

Feb 21 2017 / Read More »

OPINION: An open letter to Canadians Re: M-103 – Are our laws failing our Muslim communities? »

09:55 am | BY DEEPAK OBHRAI Conservative MP for Calgary East     IN my recent engagements with the Muslim communities, they have expressed that they are fearful of not being treated as other Canadians.  What…

Feb 21 2017 / Read More »

Satkar Singh Sidhu, 23, is sixth murder victim since 2014 in Abbotsford’s ongoing Townline Hill conflict (update) »

10:57 am | Sidhu did not have a criminal record, but was known to police   ABBOTSFORD’S Townline Hill conflict claimed yet another life on Monday (February 20) – the sixth in the conflict since 2014.…

Feb 20 2017 / Read More »

Surrey youth being irresponsible with pellet or BB guns; RCMP Issue warning »

10:00 am | SURREY RCMP are reminding parents, guardians, and youth about the potential dangers associated with air guns that look like actual firearms. The Surrey RCMP’s Youth Section has seen a recent trend of youth being…

Feb 20 2017 / Read More »

More than $40,000 raised to send the body of Jashanpreet Sandhu, who died of drug overdose, back to India »

08:56 am |   A GoFundMe page to send the body of Jashanpreet Singh Sandhu, 21, an Indian student who died of a drug overdose on February 10 in Vancouver, had raised more than $40,000 donated…

Feb 20 2017 / Read More »
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Vancouver Police say woman’s death deemed not suspicious (update) »

01:15 pm | VANCOUVER Police have confirmed the death of the woman found on the grounds of David Thompson Secondary School on…

Feb 24 2017 / Read More »

Bust at biker’s chop shop leads to forfeiture of customized motorcycles, vehicle parts and tools »

10:18 am | A local man behind one of the largest-scale chop shops ever busted in the Okanagan has agreed to forfeit…

Feb 24 2017 / Read More »

Vancouver sets new tourism record with more than 10 million visitors in 2016 »

09:28 am |   IT’S been another banner year for tourism in Vancouver. Recent data released by Tourism Vancouver shows 2016 year-end…

Feb 24 2017 / Read More »

New information in violent assault of unidentified woman in Vancouver »

06:35 pm | VANCOUVER Police are releasing new information in the violent assault of a woman on the morning of February 17, hoping…

Feb 23 2017 / Read More »

Surrey’s Elgin Park Secondary students bag FIRST Tech Challenge BC Championship »

02:30 pm | GRADE 10 students Ben Zhang, Jack Zhang, Felix Cretu, and Tyrone He of Surrey’s Elgin Park Secondary School made…

Feb 23 2017 / Read More »

UBC and University of Washington establish joint centre to use data for social good in Cascadia region »

12:15 pm | IN an expansion of regional cooperation, the University of British Columbia and the University of Washington on Thursday announced the…

Feb 23 2017 / Read More »

British Columbia Securities Commission gives notice of funds received in Dhanani case »

12:13 pm | THE British Columbia Securities Commission (BCSC) on Thursday gave notice that it received $120,000 pursuant to an order a BCSC…

Feb 23 2017 / Read More »

Bank of Montreal Fleetwood location celebrates bank’s 200th year of operations »

11:52 am | THE Fleetwood Branch of BMO Bank of Montreal, which has been serving the community for six years, marked the bank’s…

Feb 23 2017 / Read More »

Accused drug dealers walk free because of Premier Christy Clark’s cuts: NDP »

11:34 am | FOR the second time in less than a week an accused drug dealer has walked free because of Premier Christy…

Feb 23 2017 / Read More »

Sexual assault at SFU’s Burnaby Mountain Campus »

06:38 pm |   BURNABY RCMP are warning the public after a woman was sexually assaulted on Tuesday night at Simon Fraser…

Feb 22 2017 / Read More »

Punjabi superstar Neeru Bajwa brings world premiere of Sargi to Toronto »

04:47 pm | AFTER the super success last year of the film Channo Kamli Yaar Di, Neeru Bajwa is back with her second…

Feb 22 2017 / Read More »

Canada Revenue Agency: Self-employed? Make dollars and sense of your income tax and benefit return »

12:46 pm |   BEING self-employed means more than just having a good idea and the drive to make it happen. You also…

Feb 22 2017 / Read More »

Some changes to Delta’s Secondary Suite Program, Secondary Suite Declarations will continue to be accepted »

12:31 pm | AT its February 20 regular meeting, Delta Council unanimously voted to make the following changes to Delta’s Secondary Suite…

Feb 22 2017 / Read More »

Three suspects reportedly involved in East Vancouver kidnapping last September arrested »

12:22 pm | VANCOUVER homicide detectives have arrested the three remaining suspects in a kidnapping investigation that began last September in East…

Feb 22 2017 / Read More »

19th Annual Teddy Government Waste Award Winners »

09:44 am | THE Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) on Wednesday held its 19th annual Teddy Waste Awards ceremony, celebrating the best of…

Feb 22 2017 / Read More »

Trudeau announces four by-elections in Quebec, Ontario and Alberta »

08:44 am | PRIME Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday announced that by-elections will be held on April 3 in the following four electoral…

Feb 22 2017 / Read More »

Coast Capital Savings sponsors Dhahan Youth Prize »

08:33 pm | COAST Capital Savings is the presenting sponsor for the Dhahan Youth Prize, a province-wide creative writing contest. Eight B.C. students…

Feb 21 2017 / Read More »

Surrey Board of Trade’s Top 10 Budget 2017 observations – What’s in it for Surrey? »

08:24 pm |   “THE BC Government budget is built for business and investments in a time of global economic uncertainty,” said Anita…

Feb 21 2017 / Read More »
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2016 Mercedes Benz GLE: Fitting replacement for the M-Class »

07:13 pm | The 2016 Mercedes – Benz GLE class is an all new line of vehicles from the premium German automaker and replaces the previous M-Class. We tested the GLE300d Coupe, not really a coupe, but a sleek, four-door CUV with its fastback design and powerful, purposeful look. The new GLE-Class, arrives with a range of powertrains…

Apr 29 2016 / Read More »

British Columbia Securities Commission gives notice of funds received in Dhanani case »

12:13 pm | THE British Columbia Securities Commission (BCSC) on Thursday gave notice that it received $120,000 pursuant to an order a BCSC panel issued under section 161(1)(g) of the Securities Act on December 16, 2016. On May 30, 2016, a BCSC panel found that Ayaz Dhanani, a B.C. resident, fraudulently raised a total of $188,800 from three investors…

Feb 23 2017 / Read More »

New York Red Bulls -1, Vancouver Whitecaps FC -1: Draw in first leg of CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinals »

11:04 pm | HARRISON, NJ – We’ve got a series. Vancouver Whitecaps FC scored a crucial away goal, David Ousted stopped a penalty, and Cristian Techera was shown a red card as the ‘Caps battled to a 1-1 draw with New York Red Bulls on Wednesday night in the first leg of the CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinals. Kekuta…

Feb 22 2017 / Read More »

Never imagined my story would be Oscar-nominated: Saroo Brierley on ‘Lion’ »

04:47 pm | Mumbai (IANS): The heart-warming, real-life story of Indian-Australian businessman Saroo Brierley is being celebrated globally through the film “Lion”, that has been winning awards and has earned several Oscar and BAFTA nominations. He says the success of the homecoming story is unimaginable and wants it to bring hope to those who may be going through…

Feb 7 2017 / Read More »

SUHAAG Wedding Show, North America’s largest and longest running South Asian lifestyle & wedding brand, celebrates launch on the West Coast »

02:45 pm | ON Sunday, February 19, the largest, longest running South Asian wedding show in North America will be launching at the Sheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel in Surrey. This year marks SUHAAG’s 20th anniversary in the industry and the brand is celebrating with the community by hosting an exclusive intimate affair on the West Coast. Having recently…

Feb 9 2017 / Read More »

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South Asian group in Brampton completes its pledge to Osler, raising $1,000,000 »

12:35 pm |   Osler working in partnership with Punjab’s Dayanand Medical College and Hospital, Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha and Apollo Hospitals   BRAMPTON: A $1-million donation to William Osler Health System (Osler) hospitals…

Feb 23 2017 / Read More »

Punjabi superstar Neeru Bajwa brings world premiere of Sargi to Toronto »

04:47 pm | AFTER the super success last year of the film Channo Kamli Yaar Di, Neeru Bajwa is back with her second home production, Sargi, releasing worldwide on February 24. The film is all…

Feb 22 2017 / Read More »

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