Whitehorse Mayor Dan Curtis delivers lesson in diversity with turban-tying and Bhangra
GURDEEP Pandher says he’s “citizen of the universe, born in village Siahar (Punjab), lives in Whitehorse, Yukon (Canada)” on his Facebook – and he has just got that universal recognition with his video teaching Whitehorse Mayor Dan Curtis how to wear a turban and then dance the Punjabi traditional dance, the Bhangra, in the city council chambers. The seven-minute video has been featured on a raft of TV news shows. Pandher, an author and dancer, moved to Canada in 2006 and has been living in the Yukon since 2012. You can watch the video posted on his Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GurdeepPandher/
Kidney Walk for Kidney Transplantation and Organ Donation in Surrey a resounding success
For 50 years, The Kidney Foundation has been working to reduce the burden of kidney disease by funding leading kidney research, providing programs and services for those living with kidney disease and raising awareness of kidney health and organ donation. For more information about the Foundation and its work, visit www.kidney.bc.ca.
Indian Army conducted surgical strikes on terror launchpads: DGMO
The Indian Army conducted surgical strikes on terror launchpads along Line of Control (LoC) last night. Giving details at a joint press conference, Director General Military Operations of Indian Army Lieutenant General Ranbir Singh further continued that the Indian Army doesn’t plan to continue with surgical strike against terrorist launchpad across LOC as of now while stating that India’s intention is to maintain peace and tranquillity in the region but it would certainly not allow terrorists to operate along LoC. Singh added that the Army expects the Pakistan
Clinton vs. Trump: The first U.S. presidential debate on CBC News
The 1st U.S. presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton promises to be interesting. To see more U.S. election coverage: www.cbc.ca