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Aga Khan to make historic speech to Canadian parliament

The Aga Khan gives and address during ceremonies associated with the Aga Khan museum and park in Toronto.

OTTAWA – The Aga Khan, Ismaili Muslim spiritual leader, has been invited to make a historic address to the Canadian parliament, Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced Friday. The Aga Khan has already been honoured with the Order of Canada, honorary citizenship of Canada and has been bestowed with six degrees by five Canadian universities for […]

February 8th, 2014 | Posted in Canada,Featured,Top Stories | Read More »

Murder squad probes young man’s death near Lougheed Mall


BURNABY, BC – A joint police task force has been called in to investigate the death of a young man near a well-travelled trail near the Lougheed Mall at Austin Road and Lougheed Highway. Burnaby RCMP were initially called to the scene on Thursday evening at around 7:30 p.m. When they arrived they found a […]

February 7th, 2014 | Posted in Featured,Top Stories | Read More »

Convict Conrad Black stripped of Order of Canada

US Marshall's office photo of Conrad Black.

VANCOUVER – Conrad Black, a once powerful media baron who has spent time in jail for fraud and obstruction of justice has been stripped of the Order of Canada. “Today, His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada, has accepted the recommendation of the Advisory Council for the Order of Canada to […]

January 31st, 2014 | Posted in Featured,Top Stories | Read More »

Bieber repeatedly struck limo driver in back of head


TORONTO – Bad boy Justin Bieber struck a limo driver in the back of the head repeatedly while riding in the vehicle with five other people, Toronto police said after the pop star surrendered to cops. “In the course of the altercation, a man struck the limousine driver on the back of the head several […]

January 30th, 2014 | Posted in Canada,Featured,Top Stories | Read More »

BC folks fear flu shot effects

Vancouver, BC – In spite of warnings from health officials, a majority of adults in British Columbia, especially those under the age of 35 years, have not gotten a flu shot this year, according to a new Ipsos Reid online poll. The poll also shows that a majority of those who have not gotten the […]

January 29th, 2014 | Posted in Top Stories | Read More »

Low voter turnout, negative ad ‘slaughter’ helped Christy Clark win B.C. election

It was hand-to-hand combat but B.C. folks eventually trusted Christy Clark more over the NDP leader.

Vancouver, BC – While pollsters, pundits, pontificators, party stalwarts and journalists are wringing their hands wondering how Christy Clark and the BC Liberals managed to capture another mandate from voters, the definitive poll done on Election Day by Ipsos Reid and released today shows just what happened and what motivated people. In Canada, polls cannot be […]

May 16th, 2013 | Posted in B.C.,Featured,Top Stories | Read More »

Full copy of FBI affidavit about Boston Marathon Bombings


The FBI has established the timeline of two suspects in relation to the Boston Marathon Bombings. To read the full affidavit submitted by the FBI on charges of possession of a weapon of mass destruction click below. tsarnaevaffidavit  

April 23rd, 2013 | Posted in Top Stories | Read More »

Sikh genocide petition gets vague response from White House


Washington, DC. – The White House says it continues to condemn the violations of minority rights but has failed to acknowledge a demand by over 30,000 Sikh petitioners who wanted the United States to declare as “genocide” the murders of thousands of Sikhs following the assassination of Mrs. Indira Gandhi in Oct. 1984. The rampage […]

April 3rd, 2013 | Posted in Blogs,Featured,Top Stories,World | Read More »

B.C. boy, 7, calls 911 to save grandpa’s life

A little boy talks to 911 pleading for help for grandpa.

Chilliwack, B.C. – A seven-year-old boy is being called a hero today for calling 911 to report that his grandfather needed medical help after the older man suffered a heart attack while driving with the kid. “Although primarily medically related, I would like to bring this file to your attention.  It’s a great story about a […]

October 31st, 2012 | Posted in B.C.,EDITOR'S CHOICE,Featured,Top Stories | Read More »

Eight more arrested in massive anti-terrorist raid over Gen. Brar knifing

London, UK- Eight more people have been arrested by Scotland Yard’s anti-terrorist squad over the conspiracy to kill retired army Gen. Brar who was one of three key soldiers asked to attack the Golden Temple in 1984 to flush out armed militants. Four were arrested earlier. Police also arrested three other individuals in connection with […]

October 5th, 2012 | Posted in Top Stories | Read More »