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A conversation with Asha Puthli and Aanchal Malhotra

The Peripheral Histories of Asha Puthli Friday August 11, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm at the Gardiner Museum Part of the Community Arts Space: Art is Change FREE REGISTRATION August Fröhls (Aman Sandhu & Swapnaa Tamhane) will hold a talk with cult figure Asha Puthli, looking at her influence throughout the decades from her work with free-jazz musician Ornette Coleman to

City Centre Transit Terminal Bus Loop Closed Aug 12, 13

The City Centre Transit Terminal Bus Loop will be closed for maintenance on August 12 and 13. MiWay buses will be relocated to platforms on Rathburn Road. ...Full Article

Glen Murray leaves post of Environment Minister; Chris Ballard replaces him

NDP’s Jagmeet Singh raises $356,784 as highest individual contribution

Commemorating 350th birth anniversary of Guru Gobind Singh Ji

A special program to commemorate the 350th birth anniversary of the 10th Great Master, Guru Gobind Singh Ji and importance of women in society has been planned ...Full Article

150 Indian companies mark 150th anniversary of Canada at Canada-India Business Symposium

A $1.25 million funds scandal revealed at Brampton City Hall, Mayor upset

Brampton – A section of press has revealed a $1.25 million funds scandal at Brampton City Hall. Brampton Mayor Linda Jeffrey seems to very upset about ...Full Article

Brampton improving process to make second units safe, legal and livable

BRAMPTON  — At its meeting today, Brampton Planning and Development Services Committee approved changes aimed at making the City’s second unit policies more flexible and efficient. ...Full Article

Controversial Councillor, Andy Petrowski from Niagara region goes on leave

Controversial Councillor, Andy Petrowski from Niagara region has gone on leave of absence. The matter is sending a nude image of a woman from official email ...Full Article

Premier Wynne announces new labour reforms

Ontario has announced that it is increasing its minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2019, ensure equal pay for part-time workers and enhance minimum vacation ...Full Article
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