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Prime Minister Trudeau’s statement on National Day of Remembrance for Victims of Terrorism

PRIME Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday issued the following statement on the National Day of Remembrance for Victims of Terrorism: “Today, we remember the largest...

Joga Singh Badwal found guilty of failing to bring persons for examination upon entering...

JOGA Singh Badwal, who had been charged in December 2014 with two offences under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, has been found not...

32 years after Air India bombing, RCMP say they are still seeking any help...

BY RATTAN MALL   THE RCMP are still seeking any assistance from members of the public, especially the members of the Sikh community, who may have...

NDP mocks Christy Clark the Copycat!

THE NDP on Thursday exposed Christy Clark the Copycat, pointing out what the desperate, power hungry Premier has said about the policies in her...

B.C. Liberals have actively opposed many policies announced in throne speech for 16 years:...

ANDREW Weaver, Leader of the B.C. Green Party, responded to Thursday’s speech from the throne, noted: “The astonishing about-face taken by the B.C. Liberal...

British Columbians are ready for a new kind of leadership: John Horgan

BY JOHN HORGAN Leader B.C. New Democrats    CHRISTY Clark and the B.C. Liberals had 16 years to work for all British Columbians, and they chose to work...

Throne speech strikes a balance between economic, social, and environmental principles: Premier Christy Clark

THE Liberals said on Thursday that the speech from the throne reflects both the priorities British Columbians articulated in the recent election, and the...

NDP Leader John Horgan slams Premier Christy Clark for her desperate throne speech promises

NDP Leader John Horgan on Wednesday slammed Premier Christy Clark for making throne speech promises, pointing out: “For years, Christy Clark looked out for herself...

Surrey RCMP hosts Iftar dinner for local Muslim community

IN an admirable gesture, the Surrey RCMP on Monday evening celebrated Ramadan with the Muslim community by hosting its first Iftar dinner at the main...

Weaver still skeptical of Premier’s claim that delay in Site C dam construction would...

ANDREW Weaver, Leader of the B.C. Green Party, on Wednesday said that he is skeptical about Premier Christy Clark's claim that a delay in Site...

B.C. Civil Liberties Association and Canadian Association of Refugee Lawyers applaud end to second-class...

THE BC Civil Liberties Association (BCCLA) and the Canadian Association of Refugee Lawyers (CARL) on Wednesday commended the federal government and the Senate for...

Abbotsford Police arrest Akshay Sachdeva and seize fentanyl and other drugs

  ABBOTSFORD Police announced on Wednesday that they have arrested Akshay Sachdeva, 18, who is associated to the Lower Mainland conflict, and charged him with...

Port Coquitlam pharmacist Parm Johal recognized for his community service

PARM Johal, the pharmacy owner and manager at Wilson Pharmacy in Port Coquitlam, is the recipient of the 2017 Pfizer Consumer Healthcare Bowl of...

B.C. Civil Liberties Association disappointed that so much of Bill C-51 is still intact

THE B.C. Civil Liberties Association on Tuesday welcomed some important and long-needed “fixes” in Bill C-59 - “An Act respecting national security matters” -...

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