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BC teachers to continue rotating strikes

4 days rotating strike next week and no action on Wednesday Vancouver:  BC Teachers are planning rotating strikes for four days next week: Monday,...

KPU instructor incorporates Metro Vancouver homeless count into curriculum

Metro Vancouver: Several KPU students studying geography have the opportunity to apply their education outside of the classroom by volunteering for credit. KPU instructor John...

’99 Songs’ a Hindi film, to have hero from Kashmir: A.R....

Mumbai: Music superstar A.R. Rahman says that his ambitious production "99 Songs" is all set to go on floors after four years of work, and...

2020 Mercedes Benz GLS450: Magnificent!

By Asian Journal Auto Editor The Mercedes-Benz GLS450 sits at the very top of the Mercedes-Benz SUV lineup. Imposing, dramatic and looking every inch the...

Surplus government real estate sales achieved target revenue, but room for...

Victoria: The Office of the Auditor General of British Columbia has released a new report: An Independent Audit of the Ministry of Citizens' Services...

Grewal Applauds Federal Funding to Bolster Equality for Women in Southeast...

Surrey: Fleetwood-Port Kells MP Nina Grewal hosted a roundtable meeting with MP Lois Brown, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of International Development, during which...

EDUCATION MATTERS

A life well-lived BY HAYLEY WOODIN NOVEMBER is mid-term season. For some students, the end to their first term of post-secondary is closer than their first...

Granville Street Comes Alive with the Culture of India

India Live | August 9, 2014 | 12-8pm | 700 Block of Granville Street Vancouver: A Vancouver based not-for-profit, the South Asian Family Association is bringing the culture of...

EU-Canada trade deal falters at final hurdle

Brussels: Canada and the European Union are struggling to finalize a multibillion-dollar trade pact six months after political leaders said it was sealed, an embarrassment for Brussels as it...

2,700 more student spaces to help tackle rapid growth in Surrey

Surrey: As the City of Surrey continues to grow, Premier Christy Clark has announced funding for up to 2,700 new student spaces for Surrey...

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