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B.C. challenges college over discrimination finding against Indo-Canadian vets
Norm Letnick has written a letter to the College of Veterinarians of British Columbia, saying there is no place for racism or prejudice.
The Canadian Press
Nov 12th, 2015
Get inspired with Indian Summer at W2
Looking for inspiration at some fun cultural events this week? Look no further than the Indian Summer event taking place until July 15. Here's the rundown from SFU Woodwards: Music transcends...
Jul 12th, 2012
"Don't count on Bill Gates for innovation," and more from Douglas Coupland: live blog
Acclaimed international writer and thinker Douglas Coupland talks about Vancouver's livability, multiculturalism, and the new Oscar-nominated animated film by Emily Carr.
Linda Solomon Wood
Feb 1st, 2012
Migration and immigration changing Vancouver into "city of strangers"
Vancouver is a city of immigrants and outsiders, and any political party that can't engage them will lose out, according to demographic studies by Andrew Yan, a researcher at the research and...
Jan 26th, 2012
Brazen gang murders in Vancouver result of keeping marijuana illegal: SFU prof
The recent murder at the downtown Wall Centre has shaken locals, but longtime observers of B.C.'s crime scene say its nothing unusual, and likely to continue due to the thriving illegal drug trade.
Jan 21st, 2012
B.C. mother arrested for killing of daughter in India
The mother and uncle of Jaswinder Sidhu, murdered over a decade ago in India, have finally been arrested.
Jan 7th, 2012
Canadian Dream: an immigrant's descent into drugs and gangs
Based on true events, Manmord Sidhu's feature film delves into the world of Indo-Canadian organized crime.
Feb 23rd, 2011