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Liberal Party of Canada Leader Justin Trudeau in Vancouver

Vancouver: The Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada, Justin Trudeau, Liberal candidate for Vancouver South, Harjit Singh Sajjan, Liberal candidate for Surrey—Newton, Sukh Dhaliwal,...

Telecom giant Verizon acquires AOL for $4.4 bn

New York, May 13 (IANS/EFE) Telecom giant Verizon Communications Inc. said it was acquiring digital content provider AOL Inc. for $4.4 billion. Verizon is paying...

Finance Minister Joe Oliver touts budget measures despite opposition concerns

The Canadian Press Toronto: Finance Minister Joe Oliver used a speech Monday to tout the budget's tax-cutting measures despite criticism from the opposition that they...

Crowded house at Tamanawis crime forum

by Ray Hudson Surrey: It was standing room only as over 700 people came to Tamanawis School in West Newton, Tuesday evening for a Community...

Punjab bans wheat harvesting at night, morning

Chandigarh, April 6 (IANS) The Punjab government on Monday announced a ban on harvesting of the wheat (Rabi) crop with combine harvesters from evening...

Indian held in forced labour in Australia to get $145,000

Sydney, March 27 (IANS) An Australian court on Friday ordered a restaurant owner to pay A$186,000 ($144,387) in unpaid wages to a man who...

It's (always) Fraud Awareness Month – Be Vigilant!

By Ray Hudson Surrey: In this age of computers, internet and world-wide communication it is not just the old latin adage that the buyer must...

Pattison appointment good move, but issue refocus necessary

by Ray Hudson Surrey: “Jimmy Pattison’s reputation is unimpeachable, and he has demonstrated how shrewd he is as a business person in his business success...

Suspensions lifted for men in Dalhousie dentistry Facebook page

By Michael Tutton, The Canadian Press Halifax: Dalhousie University in Halifax has decided to allow 12 male  students to return to clinical practice less than...

Surrey Board of Trade hosts 2015 BC Provincial Budget Lunch with...

Surrey: Premier Christy Clark outlined the 2015 budget for the business community of Surrey. She spoke about how the BC Budget...

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