Wednesday, July 30, 2014 06:19 AM
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Today, I had the opportunity to meet a renowned journalist, Baltej Pannu. A fearless man who has been raising awareness on the issue of drug abuse for the last twenty years. In the last five years, Mr. Pannu has successfully created two intense documentaries regarding drug abuse and
Canada Day is a time of celebration for our great country’s birthday when it was born in July 1st 1867. This year of 2014 will mark 147th anniversary of Canada being born into the great nation it’s known as today. Our renowned country now serves over 35 million people, which is a
The most important things we youth, the new generation who are the next leaders for our Province and for our country should be concerned about during the Ontario elections, in my humble estimation, are the following:
- Look for politicians who support life and I mean from
Japneet Kehal, a shy and humble 16-year old from Brampton, is on his way to making a difference and bringing about change in his community! He was chosen as the recipient of the Peace Builder of the Year award by the Peace Welcome Club in Georgetown. Japneet is a grade 10 student at
On a chilly morning of Saturday, May 17th I had the chance to canvass for the Hon. Mr. Ted Arnott, MPP in Acton. It was an interesting experience as I hadn’t done it for a while since the bi-election in Kitchener-Waterloo in Ontario where I canvassed for Ms. Tracy Weiler of the PC
Presently, politics is the hottest topic in India as the election campaign goes on. It’s quite interesting to be able to realize what’s going on back home while living overseas in Canada. It fascinates me to watch how the political parties are crafting policies as well as designing their mottos
In February of 2014, the PWC will celebrate its third years of existence. To celebrate peace, we would like to recognize a youth who makes his/her community a better place to live, work and play. In return we want to nominate a ‘Peace Builder of the Year’ who will most likely be chosen.
Do you have faith in your local police department?