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Wednesday, April 25, 2018

BC Liberals introduce bill to end corporate and union influence in...

PETER Milobar, BC Liberal MLA for Kamloops-North Thompson, introduced the Election Amendment Act in the Legislature on Wednesday. “If passed, this bill will ensure entities...

RCMP seek witnesses and video for hit and run investigation

SURREY RCMP are asking for assistance from the public to advance the investigation into an alleged dangerous operation of a motor vehicle and hit...

Surrey RCMP Superintendent Manny Mann becomes first South Asian to be...

SURREY RCMP Superintendent Mandip “Manny” Mann has been promoted to Chief Superintendent. He is the first South Asian to hold this rank in B.C. His...

Shiprider investigation leads to drug smuggling charges

A British Columbia man is facing 11 charges relating to the importation and trafficking of illegal narcotics as a result of a cross-border investigation...

Dealing with autism in South Asian community

BY LAURIE GUERRA President AutismBC     THE Public Health Agency of Canada has recently released its findings that 1 in 66 Canadian children and youth ages five...

Unlicensed medical practitioner Rajdeep Kaur Khakh ordered to stop practising medicine

ON March 22 a consent order was entered in the BC Supreme Court restraining Rajdeep Kaur Khakh from performing activities considered to be the...

Federal RCMP, US law enforcement partners to announce drug smuggling charges

RCMP Federal Serious and Organized Crime along with the US Coast Guard, Homeland Security Investigations and US Customs and Border Protection will be announcing...

One person arrested in Port Mann Bridge area incident; highway will...

SURREY RCMP are currently on scene at a police incident in the area of the Port Mann Bridge on Highway 1. Police responded to a...

Police still looking for South Asian suspects in 2011 Devon Allaire-Bell...

SEVEN years after 19-year-old Devon Allaire-Bell of Surrey was stabbed to death in the school yard of Frank Hurt Secondary School in Surrey on April...

Youth Punjabi writers sought for contest; last year’s winners published

THE Dhahan Prize has, for the second year, launched its youth Punjabi creative writing contest, while celebrating last year’s winning students with a published...

Decrease in property crime in Delta

THERE'S been a decline in the number of residential and commercial break and enters in Delta in the first quarter of 2018 compared to...

B.C. takes three more ‘bold’ steps to fix the housing crisis

THE Province said on Monday that it is continuing to take bold action to address both housing demand and supply by cracking down on...

Toronto Police looking for witnesses in incident in which van driver...

TORONTO Police investigators want to hear from anyone who witnessed a man who is alleged to have intentionally driven into pedestrians, killing ten and...

BC Liberals introduce bill to close local election campaign finance loophole

TODD Stone, BC Liberal MLA for Kamloops-South Thompson, introduced the Local Election Campaign Financing Amendment Act in the Legislature on Monday. “The purpose of this...

TransLink’s new Tap to Pay options to go live May 22

TRANSLINK announced on Monday that starting May 22, their card readers will accept contactless Visa and Mastercard credit cards and mobile wallets as a...

Last-minute tax-filing tips

THE deadline to file your 2017 tax return is April 30. If you or your spouse or common-law partner are self-employed, you have until June 15 to...

Premier Horgan announces awards for excellence in education

NOMINATIONS opened on Monday for the new Premier's Awards for Excellence in Education, an opportunity to recognize the enormous contributions of education professionals who...

New injury caps legislation means ICBC trumps individual rights: Trial Lawyers...

ON behalf of its more than 1,400 members across British Columbia, the Trial Lawyers Association of B.C. (TLABC) announced on Monday that it is...

‘We commit to working every day to stop racism and discrimination’:...

PREMIER John Horgan, in a statement on the apology by the City of Vancouver to Chinese Canadians, said on Sunday: "Together with the City...

Vancouver City Council apologizes to Chinese community for past discrimination

VANCOUVER City Council on Sunday delivered a formal apology for historical discrimination of Chinese residents in Vancouver to an audience of more than 500...
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