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Vancouver's Punjabi market marks its 50th anniversary on May 31

Darpan News Desk Darpan, 29 May, 2020
  • Vancouver's Punjabi market marks its 50th anniversary on May 31

Vancouver's iconic Punjabi Market on Main Street celebrates its 50th anniversary. To honor this milestone of Vancouver's cultural hub and once thriving economic sphere, Darpan Magazine takes you down memory lane with the pioneers, business owners, and up and coming entrepreneurs who share their stories of how the blocks on Main Street offering food, fashion, culture, language, and heritage have evolved within this diverse ethnic scene of Vancouver over a span of 5 decades.

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Trump announces he is cutting ties with WHO and yanking special privileges from Hong Kong

Trump announces he is cutting ties with WHO and yanking special privileges from Hong Kong

United States President Donald Trump and his administration announced Friday he is severing ties with the World Health Organization (WHO) for its failure to carry out reforms and said the annual contribution of $450 million will be forwarded to other prganizations around the world.

Trump announces he is cutting ties with WHO and yanking special privileges from Hong Kong

Students decry tuition hikes as COVID-19 pandemic increases financial strain

Students decry tuition hikes as  COVID-19 pandemic increases financial strain

TORONTO - Some Canadian universities are raising tuition fees for the new school year much to the consternation of students, who argue their costs should be going down, not up in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Public Parks and School Playgrounds open June 1

Public Parks and School Playgrounds open June 1

Effective June 1, 125 playgrounds throughout the City’s park system and all playgrounds within the Surrey School district’s 101 elementary schools will be re-opened.

Public Parks and School Playgrounds open June 1

More COVID-19 tests, masks announced in some provinces as economy flails

More COVID-19 tests, masks announced in some provinces as economy flails

The COVID-19 pandemic's economic toll came into sharper focus on Friday as several provinces revamped their efforts to root out the novel coronavirus and slow its spread.

More COVID-19 tests, masks announced in some provinces as economy flails

Police search for woman who tripped Burnaby, B.C. senior

Police search for woman who tripped Burnaby, B.C. senior

Police in Metro Vancouver are searching for a woman who casually approached a senior who was using a walker, tripped her from behind and walked away.

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Police need more than an unverified tip to avoid drug-case entrapment: top court

Police need more than an unverified tip to avoid drug-case entrapment: top court

An unsubstantiated tip that someone is dealing drugs from a phone number doesn't amount to reasonable suspicion of criminal activity, the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled.

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