Amritsar-born journalist Harpreet Singh has been named the Conservative party of Canada candidate in Surrey-Newton for the October 2015 federal election. "I'm excited to be officially confirmed as the Conservative candidate, and I'm looking forward to represent Prime Minister Stephen Harper's strong, dependable team here in Surrey-Newton," Singh said on Friday.
A man in a blue turban stood among thousands in toques, fur hats and yarmulkes in Poland on Tuesday to mark the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp.
Surrey’s Davi Bains-Gill never thought her love for fashion and design could be her livelihood. She pursued a career in social services and landed a job with government, all while designing clothes for herself, family and friends on the side.
Vancouver based Lo and Richard Loat are using their own funds to deliver donated Hockey sticks, pads, Their overall aim is to teach youths how to skate and play outdoor pond hockey
A tearful Harbhajan Kaur Binning sits in the office of the opposition NDP MP from Surrey Newton Jinny Sims with a hope to get his son in India a visa so that he could attend the funeral of his brother.
Surjit Bhandal, the 84-year-old Saanich woman whose family successfully fought for her to be able to stay in Canada, has been granted permanent resident status.
An Abbotsford museum has launched a year-long exhibit on the “often overlooked” stories of the only 10 known Canadian Sikh soldiers who served during WWI.
Richmond’s Dr. Jasbinder Sanghera dedicated his life to cancer research. Born in India and raised in the U.K., he got his PhD in biochemistry at the University of Alberta before moving to Richmond, where he helped lead biotechnology research and development in B.C. and across Canada.
On the birth anniversary of Martin Luther King- the black leader of the civil rights movement in US, Spice Radio has announced the launching of a campaign against racism.
The sky above the capital is mostly cloudy and the temperature a coolish 11C. Inside a ministerial office at the provincial legislature, Robert Mingay, an assistant deputy minister, sits across from Amrik Virk, B.C.’s Minister of Advanced Education.
According to Global News, An Edmonton gurdwara has been targetted for the second time targeted by racists.
Made on the subject of honour killings, Canadian Punjabi film "Work Weather Wife" is shortlisted for the upcoming Academy Awards and director-producer Harpreet Sandhu hopes it raises the bar for the genre.
At age 10, Rocky Bhala is learning to stickhandle his way down the ice as he plays Canada’s game. He found himself in a much colder setting Thursday as he listened to a B.C. provincial court judge in North Vancouver sentence a man who last year said some offside comments to him after a playoff game.
At least two cases of children conceived artificially and born overseas are challenging this country's hereditary citizenship laws, which stipulate that a child must be genetically related to at least one parent to be considered Canadian.
Lower Mainland Sikhs have organized a weeklong hunger strike at the Vancouver Art Gallery in support of an Indian farmer who’s been without food for more than 50 days.