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TORONTO — Representing the Islamic Supreme Council of Canada (ISCC), a Toronto man went on hunger strike outside City Hall to register his protest and condemn the actions of ISIS in the occupied areas of Iraq, as well as the beheading of the US journalist James Wright Foley.
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Harper, parliamentarians celebrate India Day with thousands
MISSISSAUGA — Joined by Prime Minister Stephen Harper, cabinet minsters and leaders of the community Tuesday evening, the local Indian community marked that country’s 68th Independence Day.
Mosaic, Mississauga Food Bank join forces to fight hunger
MISSISSAUGA — In a bid to put an end to hunger, The Mississauga Food Bank and TD Canada Mosaic Festival are joining hands to help the city’s needy families.
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Meet the Dr. Cabbie cast at Brampton’s Silver City
BRAMPTON — The cast and musicians of Dr. Cabbie, an upcoming Canadian film co-produced by Bollywood actor Salman Khan, will be launching its music Saturday, Aug. 30, at Brampton's Silver City Cinema, 50 Great Lakes Dr.
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Ankhon Dekhi opens South Asian film festival at grand gala event
MISSISSAUGA — Bollywood’s renowned actor, writer and director Rajat Kapoor brought the premiere of his new art movie Ankhon Dekhi (Seeing is Believing) all the way from Mumbai to Mississauga because he wanted to present it to a new global audience.
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News | May 30

Brampton teen proud to be connected to Komagata Maru legacy

BRAMPTON — As Canada marks the 100th anniversary of turning away the ship Komagata Maru — sparking a major turning point in the country’s immigration history — a Brampton teen is excited to tell people she is related to Baba Gundit Singh, one of the key figures who actually chartered the ship.