July 18 - July 23: 'I·M·Possible'
A spiritual camp based on ancient wisdom for youth and kids!
Discover your inner possibilities this Summer!!
For your children to learn values and be inspired by spiritual wisdom in the morning, and
push past their boundaries in the afternoon with activities!
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For further information: Please contact Sadeesh at 416-557-7561
Liberals to Spend $500,000 to Gather Foreign Buyer Data
Ottawa is spending $500,000 to help understand the role of foreign homebuyers in the country's housing market.
The cash in the federal budget is going to Statistics Canada to help develop methods for gathering data on home purchases by foreign buyers.
ICCC Welcomes Growth-oriented Budget
By A Correspondent
The Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce (ICCC) has welcomed the first budget of the Liberal Government presented by Finance Minister Hon. Bill Morneau Tuesday in Ottawa. In a statement issued in Toronto on Thursday, Sanjay Makkar, President, ICCC, said the budget focuses on the middle class, and will provide an impetus to economic growth, job creation, investments in infrastructure, expansion of health care, boost to clean technology, higher education, innovation in manufacturing and services.
The 14th Annual Asian Music Series – April 2nd to May 29th
Embracing The Scope of Music From Across The Asian Cultural Landscape
By A Correspondent
From April 2nd - May 29th 2016, Small World Music proudly presents The 14th Annual Asian Music Series, which celebrates Asian and South Asian Heritage Month.
Supported by TD Bank, the series engages communities around the GTA to celebrate their heritage. Partnering with the finest presenters across the region, from Koerner Hall to the Aga Khan Museum, Roy Thomson Hall to the Markham Theatre, the program will showcase the finest sounds on the best stages.
Experience Mumbai in Toronto!
SAWITRI.CA Theatre Group presents Case #99 for the first time in Toronto
Yogesh Soman’s award-winning play - Translated into English by Mississauga playwright Jasmine Sawant
To Celebrate South Asian Heritage Month, after a successful World Premiere this psychological thriller comes to Toronto!
Participants Enamoured by Dance Diaries with Saroj Khan
By A Correspondent
Dance Diaries with Saroj Khan - a four-day workshop with Bollywood’s ace choreographer concluded with aplomb culminating in a Grand Finale performance by the students and their beloved Masterji – Saroj Khan who danced to some evergreen popular classics including Chane Ke Khet Mein from Anjaam, Kahin Aag Lage from Taal and Dil Cheez Kya Hai from Umrao Jaan.
TD Charity Basketball Tournament
Hosted by TD Diversity Committees
Several of TD's diversity communities came together on Sunday, March 27th to have fun, celebrate diversity and raise money for local charities. The event included employees from various areas of the bank, forming sixteen teams who participated in the basketball tournament.
Gujarat: Nuclear Accident Enters Third Week
Lethal Gamble Continues
By Dr. Surendra Gadekar - DiaNuke
The accident of March 11th at Kakrapar was as Wellesley said of the battle of Waterloo, “A damn close run thing”. Although you would not guess that from reading the reports that have appeared in newspapers that have talked about “a small leak” in the primary heat transport system.
Indo-Canadian A-Listers Excel in Many Ways
By Anita Singh - New Canadian Media
Ajit Jain is a three-decade chronicler of the Indo-Canadian community. His role as a journalist and editor for India Abroad’s Toronto edition and more recently, a contributor to TheIndianDiaspora.com has brought Jain in contact with Indo-Canadian trailblazers as he writes about issues relating to the community and the development of Canada-India relations. This unprecedented, long-time access has given Jain an excellent position from which he developed his most recent book, The A-List.
On the Bilateral Meeting with President Obama
Statement by the Prime Minister of Canada
The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, on March 10, issued the following statement after a bilateral meeting with U.S. President Barack Obama:
“Today, President Obama and I had a very productive meeting that will help our countries transition to low-carbon economies, foster clean growth, and create good jobs and great opportunities for our citizens
“The President and I agreed to formally join the Paris Agreement in the global fight against climate change, and to take ambitious actions to reduce methane, hydroflurocarbon, and greenhouse gas emissions.