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The Sharp Edge of Jealousy 

  By Amrita Lit I’ve never been the envious type. Not only that, but I’ve never really paid attention or realized when someone was being envious of me either. I just don’t find it necessary to pine for the life of another when you can just make some simple changes to improve the status of your own. But with age, comes ... Read More »

Punjabi: A Prized language!

By Harman S. Pandher On Saturday, October 29th, 2016, Punjabi language and Punjabi literature were celebrated at the University of British Columbia’s Museum of Anthropology.  The event was the 3rd annual Dhahan Prize Awards Gala for Punjabi Literature. This literary prize was founded by prominent Vancouver businessman Barjinder Singh Dhahan, popularly known as Barj.  The prize money is $25,000 to ... Read More »

Top 10 countries to travel in 2017

Lonely Planet has named Canada the top country to visit in 2017. The travel guide giant says the Great White North’s friendly people and “dynamic cities” make it a prime destination for prospective tourists. Lonely Planet also says Canada has been “bolstered” with a “wave of positivity” from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.  Europe is thing of the past, if you are a ... Read More »

Canada’s fight against racism

Time never stays still. It keeps moving adding, subtracting and introducing new personalities born to change humanity. As you already know that in June 1957 Sir Diefenbaker, the architect of the Canadian Bill of Rights appeared on the political horizon of Canada and then, within a year of my arrival in Canada in 1971, Hon. Pierre Elliott Trudeau adopted a ... Read More »

Work on your core

Some important tips on things to do before joining the gym. Second in the series The first week at the gym is usually exciting but difficult as well to sustain, by now you must be feeling light and your body must be loosened up. Now the second step to achieve your dream body is to work on your core first, ... Read More »

10 wardrobe essentials for a Desi Girl

From a heavy anarkali to a comfy kurta, there’s a certain effortless elegance that comes with Indian wear. Whether it is for a family pooja, a wedding function or just like that,here are essentials your wardrobe needs to rock that Desi Girl look A plain kurta:  A plain/ slightly embellished kurta much like a plain white shirt must be a staple in any Indian wardrobe. Colored ... Read More »


Q: What is osteoporosis which is commonly termed as “GATHIYA” in punjabi. What happens and how to manage in short term and long term. Physiotherapist: Gathiya in Punjabi is known as osteoarthritis in medical science where joint starts having degeneration slowly  as the age progresses. we can also call ageing of the joint. it could be any joint which take ... Read More »

What’s trending in kids’ toys this holiday season?

Santa and parents can all rest easy because the hottest toy trends for 2016 include something for everyone. “Imagination inspires the top toys for this season,” says Maria Garofalo, Walmart’s chief toy officer. “There are toys for every age group that encourage exploration and creative play well after the decorations are put away.” It’s also easier than ever to purchase ... Read More »

Gingerbread Cake Recipe

Recipe by Just Cakes – Adapted from Beth Cakes “Indulge in this flavor-packed gingerbread cake, perfect for the holiday season.” Cake 2 cups cake flour, 1 tsp baking soda, 1 tsp baking powder, 1 ½ tsp ground ginger, 1 tsp ground cinnamon, ½ tsp allspice, ½ tsp sea salt, 1 cup butter, soft ¾ cup granulated sugar, ¼ cup brown ... Read More »

Bardish Chagger: “Better” made possible

The life story of newly appointed government house leader Bardish Chagger is the true embodiment of Liberal values When Justin Trudeau decided to run for the post of Prime Minister, he embarked on a journey that had a clear vision to make Canada a better place. “In Canada better is always possible,” Trudeau always said during the campaign. But the ... Read More »