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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau concludes successful visits to Cuba, Argentina

November 21st, 2016 (0)
Argentina – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wrapped up a productive official visit to first official visit to Cuba, where he reinforced Canada’s longstanding relationship with Cuba and identified a number of areas where the two countries ...

Dinesh Bhatia visits GTA guruduwaras

November 21st, 2016 (0)
Ontario – On the occasion of Guru Nanakji Jayanti, Consul General of India in Toronto Dinesh Bhatia visited gurudwaras in GTA and conveyed his greetings to the devotees. He visited Sikh Heritage Centre, Brampton; Scarborough Gurudwara and ...

City’s Proposed 2017 Business Plan and Budget Now Available Online

November 21st, 2016 (0)
The City of Mississauga’s 2017 proposed Business Plan and Budget is now available online at mississauga.ca/budget. The proposed 2017 Business Plan and Budget details program and service enhancements for 2017 and how they will be financed. Highlights ...

Vallorani Shines Again as Beast Topple Jackals

November 21st, 2016 (0)
ELMIRA, NEW YORK – Brampton Beast forward David Vallorani stayed red hot on Saturday night and turned in his second straight two-goal game to help the Beast defeat the Elmira Jackals 5-3 at First Arena, sweeping ...

Brampton taking action for successful university proposal

November 21st, 2016 (0)
BRAMPTON – On the heels of Minister of Finance Charles Sousa’s announcement of provincial funding to bring a post-secondary institution to Brampton, the City has been working to plan out the next steps in the process. ...

Agri-Food Mission Strengthens Economic Ties With India

November 21st, 2016 (0)
Province Promoting Ontario Companies, Building Trade Partnerships Ontario is helping to grow the province’s agri-food industry and support expanded international trade and investment in the sector.   Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs Jeff Leal ...

Ottawa’s new CPP law will penalize women, people living with disabilities: NDP

November 21st, 2016 (0)
Ottawa – Women and people living with disabilities will be penalized under the planned expansion of Canada Pension Plan benefits if the Liberals don’t fix serious omissions in proposed legislation. “Women already receive lower average CPP ...

Ontario elects youngest ever MPP

November 21st, 2016 (0)
Ontario –Nineteen-year-old Sam Oosterhoff, was elected from Niagara West-Glanbrook and became Ontario’s youngest MPP ever. Oosterhoff, a student at Brock University, won the byelection under the PC banner. After winning the elections, he said: “It is ...

SOUTH ASIAN PULSE RADIO HEADLINES NOVEMBER 18TH 2016

November 18th, 2016 (0)
Inflation in Canada has jumped up to 1.5% despite cheaper food items. The reason for this is rising oil prices. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is in Argentina to promote trade. He has said that both countries ...

Conservative Party announces second leadership debate moderator and third leadership debate details

November 18th, 2016 (0)
OTTAWA, ON – The Conservative Party’s Leadership Election Organizing Committee has announced the next debate moderator and the next host city for the official leadership debates. The debate moderator for the next debate on December 6th in ...