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Gill letter
Brampton North Liberal candidate Ruby Sahota is asking for an apology from her opponent in the October federal elections, sitting Conservative MP Parm Gill, for allegedly distributing misleading information and misusing public funds.
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Friday, March, 22, 2013 - 3:03:08 AM
Wynne greets as Pakistanis celebrate Pak Day "do they celebrate Canada Day in Pakistan???"
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Community divided over Brampton townhouse development "I support Councillor John Sprovieri and other city staff members view on the development of this land.Please do not stereotype punjabi community to be only multi-family dwellers and neither do we want Brampton to be a Punjabi nation. We live in Canad"
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Jagmeet Singh demands action to lower auto insurance rates "Vic Dhillon is absolutely correct. Auto insurance fraud in Ontario costs an estimated $1.6 billion a year and drives up costs for all Ontario drivers, which is why they pay the highest auto insurance premiums in the country. The auto insurance syst"
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Festival of India to attract thousands this weekend
TORONTO – Celebrating 43 years of bringing spiritual culture to Toronto, the Festival of India is set to attract thousands this weekend.
Bollywood's ˜Baby Doll
Bollywood ‘Baby Doll’ to entertain GTA audience in Mississauga
MISSISSAUGA – Bollywood’s ‘Baby Doll’ is set to enthral the GTA audience during the Mahotsav Summerfest this weekend in Mississauga.
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Staff photo by Nouman Khalil
New web series to explore dating, love in Indian community
MISSISSAUGA – A Brampton-based film production company launched a new web series to explore the experiences of dating and love in the Indian community of the GTA.
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South Asian film festival kicks off in Mississauga, vows to make two movies this summer
MISSISSAUGA – Vowing to produce two feature films this summer season, the BMO South Asian Film Festival (IFFSA) – Toronto Thursday, April 23, officially kicked off at a ceremony at the Living Arts Centre in Mississauga.
Coping with workplace harassment
It happens more often than you might think. Only, we generally tend to shrug and move on. But what happen when we can’t ignore it?
Keeping a weather eye open as the climate changes, all around
The extreme weather we’ve witnessed over the past year shows climate change is here. What can we do to live in harmony with Nature?

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Scattering ashes

News | July 09

New park sign guides how to scatter cremated ashes in responsible way

MISSISSAUGA – Scattering cremated ashes of loved ones is no longer a concern in Ontario as long as it’s performed in a way that doesn’t affects the beauty of local conservation areas.