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Whistleblower in B.C. ethnic outreach scandal stands by her actions

‘I kept my word as I mentioned from the beginning of the scandal. I stand for what is right, no matter if I have to... (more...)

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NDP grills government over ties to Eminata Group

Minister of Advanced Education Amrik Virk. Wayne Leidenfrost/ PNG CASSIDY OLIVIER VANCOUVER DESI Opposition MLAs grilled... (more...)

Liberal Party of Canada

Justin Trudeau kicks 32 senators out of Liberal caucus as expense audit looms (w/video)

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B.C. Premier Christy Clark welcomes the inaugural Times of India Film Awards on April 6.

Government fudges on TOIFA gala job claims, say NDP

B.C. Premier Christy Clark welcomes the inaugural Times of India Film Awards on April 6. Les Bazso/PNG Times of India: $11... (more...)

The report found that taxpayer money was misused when a $6,800 payment was made to a community liaison contractor for work approved by Minister John Yap. Yap had stepped aside from his cabinet position pending the outcome of the report. Darryl Dyck/CP

Taxpayer money misused, says report ordered in wake of leaked B.C. Liberals ethnic outreach strategy

CASSIDY OLIVIER VANCOUVER DESI The report found that taxpayer money was misused when a $6,800 payment was made to a community... (more...)

Jason Kenney

Lack of imagination the hallmark of attempts to connect with B.C.’s million-plus visible minorities

SHACHI KURL VANCOUER DESI In terms of ethnic outreach strategies, Conservative MP Jason Kenney, now the Minister of Citizenship,... (more...)

Ben Chin

Premier’s office refuses demands from all fronts for an external review of ‘ethnicgate’

LARISSA CAHUTE VANCOUVER DESI Communications Director for the Office of the Premier, Ben Chin, pictured here with Premier... (more...)

British Columbia Premier Christy Clark speaks to reporters after an emergency cabinet meeting in Vancouver on March 3, 2013. Darryl Dyck/The Canadian Press

B.C. Liberals rocked by crisis back budget in tight vote as election nears

DIRK MEISSNER  THE CANADIAN PRESS British Columbia Premier Christy Clark speaks to reporters after an emergency cabinet... (more...)

Amrik Virk

Longtime RCMP officer to run for B.C. Liberals in Surrey-Tynehead on platform of prudent spending

LARISSA CAHUTE VANCOUVER DESI RCMP officer Amrik Virk has also spent six years on the board of directors of the Surrey Memorial... (more...)

Times of India Film Awards

Clark’s Liberals teamed up with Bollywood awards in time for spring election, says columnist

MICHAEL SMYTH VANCOUVER DESI A hint of the Bollywood-style entertainment to come was featured at the announcement Jan. 22,... (more...)

Yasir Naqvi the re-elected MPP representing the riding of Ottawa Centre arrives at the Preston Bar and Grill Thursday, Oct. 6, 2011. Ashley Fraser/Postmedia News

POLITICS: Why Yasir Naqvi should run for the Liberal leadership of Ontario

Yasir Naqvi the re-elected MPP representing the riding of Ottawa Centre, photographed on Thursday, Oct. 6, 2011. Ashley Fraser/Postmedia... (more...)

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Rally held in Saskatoon in support of 65-year-old woman deported to Pakistan

THE CANADIAN PRESS SASKATOON — Supporters of a 65-year-old woman who was deported to her native Pakistan earlier this week have held a rally at…
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Fashion over the years in Bollywood

IMROZ MAUR VANCOUVER DESI Bollywood and Fashion go hand in hand; there is no Bollywood without fashion and there is no fashion without Bollywood. They…
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Customer finds fried rat mixed in pakoras at Indian railway snack kiosk

VANCOUVER DESI A snack kiosk at a railway station in Western India has been closed down after a customer found a fried rat mixed in…
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Vancouver-soccer

‘This isn’t lingerie football’: Vancouver Whitecaps video taken down (w/video)

DAN FUMANO VANCOUVER DESI After some fans and Internet commenters cried foul on a new online video promoting the Vancouver Whitecaps soccer team, club management…
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Turban-Esque: Bow Tie is a statement

The model is wearing an outfit by Le Chateau and Aldo shoes. For more pictures visit: www.turbanesque.com

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Fashion over the years in Bollywood

IMROZ MAUR VANCOUVER DESI Bollywood and Fashion go hand in hand; there is no Bollywood without fashion and there is no fashion without Bollywood. They…
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Wedding invitations – the Do’s

KIM TREHAN VANCOUVER DESI You are cordially invited…. We request the honor of your presence… Please join us… It is so difficult to decide on…
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India-rape

India pilots a project that enables one to discretely report a rape at an…ATM machine?

SUNNY MANGAT VANCOUVER DESI India pilots a project that enables one to discretely report a rape at an…ATM machine? The latest idea someone has come…
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‘Angelina Effect’ makes more women test for breast cancer

IANS London – The ‘Angelina Effect’ has more than doubled the genetic counselling and testing for breast cancer risk among British women. The ‘Angelina Effect’…
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New vaccines can change India’s health battles: Melinda Gates

IANS New Delhi – Introduction of four new vaccines in India’s national immunization programme by the new government can bring immense change in the country’s…
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Japan human trials

World’s first lab grown stem cells implanted

IANS Tokyo – Japanese researchers have successfully implanted lab-grown retinal tissue from induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS) into a woman in her 70s – the…
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Cancer

Cancer that claimed Terry Fox now highly curable, other sarcomas still challenging

SHERYL UBELACKER THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO – At the time Terry Fox was treated for the bone cancer that claimed his leg and eventually led…
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Japan human trials

Lab-generated stem cells set for human trial in Japan

IANS Tokyo – In a major boost to stem cell research, a Japanese patient with a debilitating eye disease is set to become the first…
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Gene key to slowing ageing process identified

IANS New York – In a major breakthrough, researchers have identified a gene that can slow the ageing process throughout the entire body when activated…
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E-cigarettes may open addiction to marijuana, cocaine

IANS New York – Assumed by many as a safe alternative to cigarette smoking, electronic cigarettes or e-cigarettes as they are popularly called may, in…
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Man who ate metal scraps lands in hospital after swallowing a powerful magnet

CEN AGENCY A hungry Indian man who ate metal bottle tops, nuts and bolts, and pieces of scrap metal after getting lost, severely injured himself…
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Man declared dead by hospital wakes up two days later

CEN AGENCY An Indian hospital who declared a man dead discovered he was actually still alive when police turned up an incredible two days later…
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International student in Ottawa launches campaign to raise money for new prosthetic leg

MEGHAN HURLEY OTTAWA CITIZEN A Carleton University PhD student from Malaysia has launched a fundraising campaign to replace his worn-out prosthetic leg. Selvan Mohan, 24, was born without a…
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File photo: A nurse loads a syringe. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chuck Stoody

South Surrey clinic places public ‘at risk,’ says document filed in Supreme Court

LARISSA CAHUTE VANCOUVER DESI A South Surrey clinic has “placed members of the public at risk” by falsely claiming to be naturopathic doctors and administering…
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India’s Rice Bucket Challenge gives a ‘meaningful twist’ to ALS ice bucket challenge

VANCOUVER DESI India has created its own “desi” version of the ALS ice bucket challenge that has swept the globe. While the original icy cold…
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