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City of Quebec accepts proposal for Muslim cemetery

THE City of Québec on Friday announced that it has accepted, subject to the approval by City Council, an offer submitted by the Centre...

National and provincial Muslim groups welcome Alberta government’s efforts to tackle racism

NATIONAL and provincial Muslim organizations are welcoming the Government of Alberta's recent announcement of a concerted effort to identify "practical steps the government can...

Quebec MP Hélène Laverdière endorses Jagmeet Singh for federal NDP leader

ON Monday, Laurier-Sainte-Marie MP Hélène Laverdière announced her support for Jagmeet Singh's bid to lead the New Democratic Party (NDP) of Canada. “I am very pleased...

Gun store in Alberta implicated in firearms trafficking

  AN Alberta gun store in Cardston was searched by ALERT (Alberta Law Enforcement Response Teams) following an investigation into firearms trafficking and its entire firearms...

WSO welcomes exemption for Alberta Sikhs from mandatory helmet law

THE World Sikh Organization of Canada on Wednesday welcomed the exemption for turbaned Sikh Off Highway Vehicle (OHV) riders from helmet requirements in Alberta’s...

Aga Khan gift creates spectacular new garden for research and learning

A spectacular new garden will bloom in 2018 at the University of Alberta Botanic Garden, located 15 minutes southwest of Edmonton. The Aga Khan Garden,...

Will Ontario MPP Jagmeet Singh run for federal NDP leadership?

Jagmeet Singh 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...

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

BY DEEPAK OBHRAI Conservative MP for Calgary IN my recent engagements with the Muslim communities, they have expressed that they are fearful of not being...

Harper talks up $5-billion surplus for April-June, but Liberals say it’s a ‘phony surplus’

PRIME Minister Stephen Harper, reacting to the Department of Finance’s monthly report on the state of the government’s finances showing a $5 billion surplus...

National Trucking Week 2015: We’ll take truck drivers over driverless trucks

BY LOUISE YAKO President & CEO British Columbia Trucking Association   NEWS articles earlier this year about driverless trucks operating in Nevada and the Alberta oil sands under...

Vancouver’s Arshpreet Chahal is 2015 Miss Teen Canada Petite Globe

  ARSHPREET Chahal, 15, of Vancouver is 2015 Miss Teen Canada Petite Globe! The grade 9 student at Vancouver’s John Oliver Secondary had been featured in...

Brampton extortion case: Charges against four of five accused dropped

Charges against four of five accused now withdrawn in alleged extortion plot against realtor   BRAMPTON: The charge of criminal harassment against Zorawar Mahal, 25, in...
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