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Who Speaks Vancouver? South Asian Post, Indo-Canadian Times, Asian Pacific Post

Pay attention to what's happening in Vancouver with our guide to other news organizations. 

1/ South Asian Post highlights on Indo-Canadian news and Indian Olympians such as 28-year-old 3 time Olympic luger, Shiva Kesavan. 

2/ Indo-Canadian Times is posted in Punjabi with the latest news happening in Vancouver.  

3/ The Asian Pacific Post 's scene includes Japanese, Taiwanese, Chinese, and Filipino culture.

4/ L'Express du Pacifique  reports in French on topics of interest to the public related to culture, politics, and social issues throughout Vancouver. 

5/ Ming Pao 明報新聞網海外版 is Canada's Vancouver Chinese newspaper highlighting news from the city and province, as well as internationally in Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. 

6/ Sing Tao Daily (星島日報) brings news originating from China dispersing to 100 cities around the world. The English version sister newspaper is The Standard.

7/ Jewish Independent is a BC news organization which is the official print media sponsor of the Jewish Federation of Greater Vancouver and King David High School.

8/ Vancouver Shinpo バンクーバー新報  reports in Japanese on news in Vancouver with school info and local events. 

9/ Minkei News Online Vancouver (formally Minna no Keizei Shinbun) バンクーバー経済新聞 reports on news in Vancouver in both English and Japanese versions. 

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