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India to ask Canada, UK for details of properties of people...

A special court of India's Central Bureau of Investigation (India's FBI) on Saturday allowed an application of the country's Enforcement Directorate (an economic intelligence...

RATTAN’S RUMBLE: PEI bigots disgrace themselves with open racism against Sikh...

RACISM is apparently flourishing in small places like Prince Edward Island where some bigots need just an excuse to start telling non-white people to...

Lovepreet Singh Dhaliwal, 24, was Friday night’s homicide victim in Abbotsford

THE Integrated Homicide Investigation Team on Saturday identified Friday night's homicide victim as 24-year-old Lovepreet Singh Dhaliwal of Abbotsford in order to further their investigation. Police said...

If Premier John Horgan is sincere, he should put in place...

HOW SAFE ARE YOU REALLY?   ‘Public continues to be at risk because of frequency of gunfire in the streets, in public places’      BY RATTAN MALL   “MY heart...

Two males arrested after Richmond assault; victim and suspects known to...

SHORTLY before 8 p.m. on Thursday (January 18), Richmond RCMP responded to a business in the 10,000-block of No. 3 Road after receiving a...

Province invests in B.C. community organizations to challenge racism

PEOPLE throughout British Columbia will be better equipped to challenge racism, hate and discrimination in their communities as a result of funding to 32...

OBITUARY: SARDAR MANJIT SINGH MAHAL

Sardar Manjit Singh Mahal of Mahal village in Jalandhar district, Punjab, immigrated to Canada at the age of 15. Manjit was the son of...

OBITUARY: KIRANJIT KAUR NIJJAR

It is with great sadness we would like to announce the death of Kiranjit Kaur Nijjar after a long courageous fight against cancer. She...

B.C. EVENTS: For the week starting Saturday, January 20

    (These are FREE listings. Submit your event at EditorVoice@gmail.com)       2018 Motorcycle Show – Vancouver   Dates: January 19-21. Location: Tradex – Fraser Valley Trade & Exhibition Centre,...

Surrey Board of Trade celebrates 100 years of service to Surrey’s...

SINCE 1918, the Surrey Board of Trade has served Surrey's business community. While the organization has evolved since the inaugural meeting to meet the...

Vancouver Police make urgent appeal for info from public in Saturday’s...

VANCOUVER Police on Friday (January 19) made yet another appeal for the public’s help to solve the homicides of 15-year-old Alfred Wong and 23-year-old...

City of Vancouver partners with Shaw to expand public’s access to...

THE City of Vancouver, in partnership with Shaw Communications Inc., has expanded free public Wi-Fi throughout the city, making #VanWiFi one of the largest free...

New or improved high-speed internet to 154 rural and remote communities...

THROUGH a combined investment of $45.4 million, the federal government in partnership with the B.C. Government  is bringing new or improved high-speed internet to...

Two South Asian males angry with police for racial stereotyping

VANCOUVER residents Harry Takhar and Dilpreet Takhar are enraged that police stereotyped them while they were looking for a masked man who burst into...

Sukhvir Singh Badhesa of Surrey gets 11½ years for killing his...

SUKHVIR Singh Badhesa pled guilty to killing his mother, Darshan Badhesa, by beating her to death with his hands and feet.  He also pled...

Ron Basra wants to be director-at-large of Real Estate Board of...

REALTOR Ron Basra is trying to get elected as a director of the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver. And he says he’s well qualified...

Vancouver second best place in North America for movie makers to...

THE City of Vancouver has been ranked as the second best place in North America for movie makers to live and work. As one of...

‘Fiscal plan for British Columbians is built on solid foundation’: Finance...

MOODY’S has confirmed British Columbia’s Aaa long-term credit rating, citing the province’s strong economy, and the provincial government’s prudent fiscal management and budgeting safeguards,...

Body found in parked vehicle in East Vancouver is that of...

VANCOUVER Police on Friday confirmed that the body found in a parked vehicle on Fairmont Street near Vanness Avenue in East Vancouver on Thursday...

OPINION: Working with international partners to make life better for people...

  BY JOHN HORGAN Premier of B.C   BUILDING a strong, sustainable economy means working with trade partners around the world to expand markets and create good jobs...
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