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Montréal Heritage Operation 2017 – Unveiling of the winners of the Grands Prix and the Coup de Coeur

Montréal Heritage Operation 2017 Unveiling of the winners of the Grands Prix and the Coup de Coeur Montreal, January 11, 2018 – Ms. Christine Gosselin, Head of Culture, Heritage and Design on the Executive Committee of the City of Montreal, has unveiled the six Grand Prizes and the two mentions of the Opération Patrimoine Montréal contest. The unveiling took place ...

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The City of Montreal provides a financial contribution to Montreal Concertation for the realization of seven major projects

The City of Montreal provides a financial contribution to Montreal Concertation for the realization of seven major projects Montreal, January 12, 2018 – The Executive Committee authorized, at its weekly meeting, a financial contribution of $ 4,660,274 to Concertation régionale de Montréal (Concertation Montréal) for the realization of seven major collaborative projects. staggered from October 2017 to December 2019. The appropriations ...

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Liberals Must Act to Protect Employee Pensions: Sweet

MP David Sweet

Liberals Must Act to Protect Employee Pensions: Sweet November 23, 2017, Ottawa, Ontario – In the wake of the Sears and US Steel bankruptcies, which have put thousands of employee pensions at risk, southern Ontario Member of Parliament David Sweet is calling on Justin Trudeau’s Liberal MPs to review the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act, the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act (CCAA) and ...

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Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, expresses Canada’s support on Holodomor Memorial Day

Canada PM Justin Trudeau, Labour Day, nuclear weapon

Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, expresses Canada’s support on Holodomor Memorial Day November 25, 2017, Ottawa, ON – The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, expressed his support for the people of Ukraine and its government on Holodomor Memorial Day. “Today, we commemorate one of the darkest chapters in human history: the Ukrainian Holodomor of 1932-33. This systemic and horrific genocide, undertaken ...

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Hon. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

Canada PM Justin Trudeau, Labour Day, nuclear weapon

Hon. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women November 25, 2017, Ottawa, Ontario – The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today appealed to everyone to join in the fight to eliminate violence against women. “Violence against women is a violation of human rights – and an issue that affects all of us. We are all harmed ...

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Diwali

Diwali

Diwali Diwali aye Diwali aye Diwali aye re Diye jaga kar Khushiyan mana kar Hum ne Manie re Diwali aye, Diwali aye, Diwali aye re Rang birange kapde phen kar Taja swadist biyanjan le Kar Pooja ki thali sajie re Ik dusre ko de Badhai re Diwali aye, Diwali aye, Diwali aye re Gile sikve peche chode kar Purane khate ...

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– An Interview – Pulkit Kantawala, City Councillor for DDO District 7

Pulkit Kantawala, city councilor for DDO District 7, with DilipShah and Anju Sharma at Hindu Mandir DDO on Nov 12, 2017

– An Interview –  Pulkit Kantawala, City Councillor for DDO District 7 Pulkit Kantawala is the first Indo-Canadian municipal politician elected in the Greater Montreal. He received his MBA from McGill after finishing his B. Eng. in India. He has contributed immensely to the community. Since 1995, he has taught yoga for free at the Hindu Mandir, DDO.     ...

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Female Beauty & Image – Striking A Balance

Female Beauty - Sushmita Sen

Female Beauty & Image – Striking A Balance Women are naturally beautiful. Even the word beauty is feminine and mostly, feminine images are considered to be gorgeous and pretty. Throughout history, female beauty has embellished the image of that of a goddess or fairy or an angel. The goddess like image that follows a lot of females, or in retrospect, an ...

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Interview with Anita Majumdar about her show, Boys With Cars

Anita Majumdar - Interview with Anita Majumdar about her show, Boys With Cars

Anita Majumdar talks to Bharat Times about her play ‘Boys With Cars’ In Montreal from Nov. 24th – Dec 2nd Anita Majumdar is a Canadian playwright, actress and a dancer. Anita also holds a Best Actress award as well as two Dora Mavor Moore Awards. Equipped with multi-talents, she is on tour with ‘Boys With Cars’, the play written and ...

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