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Basant Celebrations in Dayalbagh, Aghra

BASANT PANCHAMI IN DAYALBAGH ऋतु बसन्त आये सतगुरु जग में, चलो चरनन पर सीस धरो री । “With the auspicious season of Basant, Most Benevolent, Supremely Merciful Satguru manifested on this earth, Let us all bow our heads in homage at His Holy Lotus Feet.” In the month of maagh, January/February, the auspicious day of Panchmi (the fifth day of ...

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Hindu Mandir DDO Fundraiser 2022


A full house gathered at the Double Tree Hotel in Pointe Claire to mingle, enjoy, pay homage and to rekindle the community spirit. Mr. Subhash Khanna, one of the Trustee of the Hindu Mandir helped raise more than $150,000 that evening and yet slightly short to meet the target for the new construction around the temple. Mr. Rajeev Pahwa, the ...

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New youth mobility agreement with Italy expands work opportunities for Canadian and Italian youth

November 14, 2022—Vaughan, Ontario—Canada is at its best when diverse, engaged and empowered youth are able to gain meaningful work and life experiences. In presenting opportunities for Canadian and international youth to travel and work, the Government of Canada is supporting meaningful opportunities for young people to experience other cultures and form lasting relationships. “I’m very pleased to celebrate this ...

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Joint Statement on new Just Energy Transition Partnership

November 15, 2022, Bali, Indonesia – Joint Statement by the Government of the Republic of Indonesia (GOI) and the Governments of Japan, the United States of America, Canada, Denmark, the European Union, the Federal Republic of Germany, the French Republic, Norway, the Republic of Italy, and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (together the “International Partners Group” ...

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Solving labour shortages in key sectors like health care, construction, and transportation: Workers from 16 new occupations now eligible for permanent residence

Ottawa, ON – Immigration is not just good for our communities and our economy. It is essential. That is why the Government of Canada is working to welcome newcomers who bring the skills our economy needs to help address acute labour shortages across the country. “We are using all of the tools at our disposal to tackle labour shortages, particularly in ...

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AGO expands Department of Indigenous Art by appointing Taqralik Partridge as Associate Curator of Indigenous Art – Inuit Art Focus

Inuit Art Focus

TORONTO — The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) today announces the appointment of Taqralik Partridge to the newly-created position of Associate Curator of Indigenous Art – Inuit Art Focus. Partridge is a curator, artist, performer, writer and spoken-word poet originally from Kuujjuaq, Nunavik. In her new role within the AGO’s Department of Indigenous Art, Partridge will develop exhibitions, lead acquisitions, and champion ...

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Everest Canadian Curling Club Championships begin at West Edmonton Mall on Sunday

The 2022 Everest Canadian Curling Club Championships get underway Sunday at the Ice Palace in West Edmonton Mall, bringing together the country’s top men’s and women’s club curling teams. Nestled into North America’s largest shopping mall for a week-long curling competition, the 2022 Everest Canadian Curling Club Championships promise to be an event like no other. The winners will be crowned national ...

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Liberals fail to prioritize the national shortage of children’s medications

Ottawa, ON — Dr. Stephen Ellis, Shadow Minister for Health, Laila Goodridge, Shadow Minister for Addictions, Todd Doherty, Shadow Minister for Mental Health and Suicide Prevention, and Matt Jeneroux, Shadow Minister for Supply Chains released the following statement regarding the House of Commons Health Committee study on Over-the-Counter Pediatric Medication: “This week, Conservatives introduced a motion at the Health committee that ...

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Liberal Bill scrapping mandatory jail time for violent crimes becomes law

Ottawa, ON — The Hon. Rob Moore, Conservative Shadow Minister for Justice and Attorney General of Canada, and Pierre Paul-Hus, Quebec Political Lieutenant, released the following statement regarding the Liberals soft-on-crime Bill C-5 receiving Royal Assent: “In a shameless move that lacks any compassion for victims of violent crimes, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has repealed his own party’s mandatory minimum penalties ...

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Through the Lenses of Science, on the Wings of Spirituality (Chakra Samhita) – 7

Through the Lenses of Science, on the Wings of Spirituality by Jitendra Patwari

Chakra (Part 1) Chakarsas During this article series, we have so far discussed the terms Aura, Kundalini, and Nadi. Now the time has come to understand the Chakras. Life Journey – Chakra Journey The entire life journey, consciously or unconsciously, is a Chakra journey. Because every aspect of life about body, mind, and spirit relies on Chakras, it is imperative ...

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