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Bharat Times Poetry Reading, March 2017

Bharat Times Poetry Reading March 2017

Bharat Times Poetry Reading, March 2017 Laval, March 18, 2017 – A cozy evening of literature admirers was hosted by Bharat Times. Amongst poets were Dr. Stephen Gill, Mr. Barkat Hashmi and Dr. Monika Spolia. Ustad Daud Khan, who is a maestro in singing (especially ghazals), tabla, dholak and harmonium amongst other instruments colored the evening with his sweet melodies. Click here to listen to ‘Ke Jee Jaanta Hai’ by Ustad Daud ...

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Shree Sunderkand Paath with the blessings of Shree Ram Sharnam

Shree Ram Sharnam, Sunderkand Paath

With blessings of Gurujans  at  Shree Ram Sharnam 8A Ring Road, New Delhi, India  110024 On the auspicious occasion of Guru Purnima, all sadhaks are invited to attend Shree Sunderkand Paath. “Shree Sunderkand Paath” Sunday, July 9th, 2017 at 10:00 am Hindu Mandir 50 Kesmark Street, Dollard-des-Ormeaux, QC  H9B 3K4 Tel: 514-684-8030 For any further information, please contact Rama Kapoor at 514-979-1534 or ...

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Author Stephen Gill from Cornwall Honored on Canada’s 150th Anniversary

Stephen Gill honored at Canada's 150th Anniversary

Author Stephen Gill Honored in Cornwall on Canada’s 150th Anniversary Author Stephen Gill from Cornwall, Ontario is an India-born Canadian novelist as well as poet, literary critic and essayist. He was honored on July 1st at the Canada Day Celebrations with the SDSG Canada 150 Service Award by the Honorable Guy Lauzon, a member of Canadian parliament, who has been representing the counties of Stormont, ...

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Governments of Canada, Ontario and Toronto announce funding to protect and transform Toronto’s Port Lands

Governments of Canada, Ontario and Toronto announce funding to protect and transform Toronto’s Port Lands June 28, 2017, Ottawa, Ontario – The governments of Canada, Ontario and Toronto are committed to protecting our communities and Canadians from the risks associated with climate change. Investing in projects like the Toronto’s Port Lands Flood Protection Project not only supports climate resilience – it also ...

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Government of Canada Eliminates Conditional Permanent Residence for Spouses and Partners

Government of Canada Eliminates Conditional Permanent Residence for Spouses and Partners April 28, 2017—Ottawa, ON – To uphold its commitment to family reunification and to support gender equality, the Government of Canada has removed the condition that applied to some sponsored spouses or partners of Canadian citizens and permanent residents to live with their sponsor for two years in order ...

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Changes to Regulations Will See Age Increased for Dependent Child

Changes to Regulations Will See Age Increased for Dependent Child May 3, 2017—Ottawa, ON – The Government of Canada has published regulatory changes to increase the maximum age of a dependent child which will allow more families to stay together. This change showcases the Government’s commitment to family reunification. The new age limit of ‘under 22’ will come into effect ...

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