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An Interview with Dinuk Wijeratne

Dinuk Wijeratne, A Piano Player, Music Composer & A Music Director Performing at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Thursday, November 28 at 11am and at 6pm

A Piano Player, Music Composer & A Music Director It was a pleasure to talk to Dinuk Wijeratne, a JUNO award-winning composer, conductor and a pianist, who has composed for a lot of artists and ensembles around the world. His music reflects the international influences he has embraced in his life. His music is enthralling and amazing mix of worldly ...

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Shoaib – Dr. Monika Show on S&S Radio, Cornwall ON

Shoaib - Dr. Monika Show on S&S Radio, Cornwall ON

Shoaib – Dr. Monika Show on S&S Radio, Cornwall ON August 19, 2019, Cornwall – A joint venture by Shoaib Sadiq and Dr. Monika Spolia, The Shoaib – Dr. Monika Show, is a great success. One of its kind, the show takes a lighter tone on everyday issues and realities amongst South-Asians and other communities alike. “There was a dire ...

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India Day Celebrations at Mahatma Gandhi Park in Montreal

India Day Celebrations at Mahatma Gandhi Park in Montreal Montreal, August 15, 2019 – India Canada Association of Montreal (ICAM) carries over the tradition from Dr. Uma Shanker Srivastava of celebrating Indian holidays at the Mahatma Gandhi Park of Montreal. India Day 2019 was organized by C B Singh, the president of ICAM. Present were a number of Indian community ...

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French courses offered to immigrants by the Governement of Québec

Apprendre Le Francais

French courses offered to immigrants by the Governement of Québec   More people are eligible and financial assistance has been increased! Since July 1, 2019, a greater number of immigrants have access to free French courses offered by the Government of Québec, and to increased financial assistance. What’s new for full-time courses (25 or 30 hours per week) Since July 1, ...

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Honourable Andrew Scheer, the Leader of the Official Opposition, on airstrikes in Syria

Andrew Scheer on the escalating situation in North Korea

Honourable Andrew Scheer, the Leader of the Official Opposition, on airstrikes in Syria April 14, 2018, Ottawa, Ontario – The Leader of the Official Opposition, the Honourable Andrew Scheer, expressed his horror on the American, British and French airstrikes against the regime of Bashar al-Assad. “The chemical attacks in Syria are nothing short of horrific. “The brutal civil war in Syria has caused ...

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When will the Trans Mountain Expansion be built? Canada’s Conservatives Remark on Trudeau – Notley – Horgan Meeting

When will the Trans Mountain Expansion be built? Canada’s Conservatives Remark on Trudeau – Notley – Horgan Meeting April 14, 2018, Ottawa, ON – Shannon Stubbs, Conservative Shadow Minister for Natural Resources, remarked on the upcoming meeting between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley and British Columbia Premier John Horgan. “Before tomorrow’s meeting, Conservatives are calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau ...

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“Yom HaShoah”: The City of Montreal commemorates Holocaust Remembrance Day

“Yom HaShoah”: The City of Montreal commemorates Holocaust Remembrance Day April 12, 2018, Montreal – As part of an official ceremony at City Hall, Ms. Magda Popeanu, Vice-Chair of the Executive Committee, responsible for Housing, Property Management and Planning, and Diversity Montreal, paid tribute to the victims and survivors of the Holocaust. This commemoration took place in the presence of ...

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Justin Trudeau is Failing Canada’s Energy Industry and Canadian Workers

Justin Trudeau is Failing Canada’s Energy Industry and Canadian Workers April 6, 2018, Two Hills, Alberta – In response to Prime Minister Trudeau’s visit to Fort McMurray, Shannon Stubbs, Conservative Shadow Minister for Natural Resources, made the following remarks. “Canada’s Prime Minister needs to champion Canadian energy, which produces the most environmentally and socially responsible oil and gas in the world, ...

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