Ontario Premier Concludes Successful Trade Mission to India
65 New Agreements Formalized During the Mission
From Office of the Premier
Premier Kathleen Wynne wrapped up her first mission to India on February 5 in Mumbai, where 16 new agreements between businesses and institutions from Ontario and India were announced, bringing the total number of agreements signed during the mission to 65. These agreements are valued at over $240 million and will create more than 150 high-value jobs in Ontario.
Helping Businesses Take New Technologies to Global Markets
Investment Will Boost Knowledge Economy and Create Up To 2,600 Jobs
Ontario is partnering with IBM Canada and Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE) to help up to 500 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) create jobs, embrace next-generation technologies and compete in the global marketplace.
Premier Kathleen Wynne was at the DMZ at Ryerson on February 24 to announce that Ontario will invest up to $22.75 million through the Jobs and Prosperity Fund in the IBM Innovation Incubator (I3) Project.
Ontario Establishing an Anti-Racism Directorate
Government Working to Advance Equality for All Ontarians
Premier Kathleen Wynne announced on February 16 that Ontario will establish an Anti-Racism Directorate to address racism in all its forms — including individual, systemic and cultural.
Michael Coteau will oversee the Anti-Racism Directorate as Minister Responsible for Anti-Racism and continue as Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport
Ontario Invests Nearly $100 Million to Boost
Cleantech Innovation and Create Jobs
Ontario Green Investment Fund to Help Reduce Emissions and Grow the Economy
Ontario is putting its new Climate Change Strategy into action by investing nearly $100 million from the Ontario Green Investment Fund into projects that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions, increase energy efficiency and support cleantech innovation and jobs.
Ontario Investing in Energy Literacy to Help Fight Climate Change
Educational Program Builds Environmentally Responsible Citizens
Ontario is investing $1.35 million over the next three years to educate students on ways to conserve energy and help fight climate change through the Ontario EcoSchools program.
Ontario EcoSchools is an environmental education and certification program for students in kindergarten to grade 12. Program resources help students and schools develop ecological literacy and environmental practices to become environmentally responsible and reduce their environmental footprint.
Dance Diaries With Saroj Khan
An Opportunity for Students to train with Bollywood’s best choreographer
By Shruti Ganapathy
Puja Amin was the one who brought Boogie Woogie to Canada in the form of Naach Meri Jaan. She has choreographed famous Bollywood personalities like Bipasha Basu, Lisa Ray and Priyanka Chopra. Founder of the Sanskriti Arts Ensemble, Amin is all set to dazzle Toronto once again with her latest venture that promises to give Bollywood dance fans a once in a lifetime opportunity.
Full of Inspiration and Glam: Suhaag Winter Show
By A Correspondent
Patrons at the19th Annual Suhaag Show witnessed breathtaking wedding fashion, the hottest trends in decor, make-up and hair, photography and video, cakes and more! The event was sponsored by: Apna Taste, Absolute Wedsite, Dr. Neil Gajjar Dentistry, South Asian Focus newspaper, Weekly Voice, PTC, B4U, and Metroland Media Group.
The Winners of the Dancing Superstar Duet of Toronto
Announced by LoveBirds 2016 on February 6
By A Correspondent
Winning team automatically enters Canada's Top Choice Pageant to be held on August 21 this year without prior screening.
TK Connections and San Souci announced Vanessa Mangar and Deepta Bonik as the winners of the Toronto Dancing Superstar Duet of LoveBirds2016 who performed against four other duets in Mississauga to win the title. Performing a Bollywood fusion dance in front of an array of judges and an audience of 600 professionals, business entrepreneurs and youth, they were declared winners and awarded a trophy, a cheque of $1500 and an ongoing platform by TK Connections.
Dr. Subhash Chandra to Receive CIF Award
Canada India Foundation Chanchlani Global Indian Award
Dr. Subhash Chandra, Chairman of the Essel Group & ZEE, has been named as the sixth recipient of the prestigious Canada India Foundation (CIF) Chanchlani Global Indian Award, instituted by Canada India Foundation.
Make In India Campaign: A PR Exercise
A copied idea from the neighbouring China… offering labour on a platter
By Qazi Shibli
The Vision of our visionary leader, Mr. Modi happens to be a copied idea from the neighbouring China. The answer to the above posed question is obvious of which companies from all over the world come to India and are given Indian labour on a platter. “Here take them and suck the blood out of them”
Modi's Internal Threat
Analysis by CPI(MR) News Service
When Narendra Modi accused 'foreign-funded NGOs' of destabilising his government it turns out he was referring to the RSS, the largest foreign-funded NGO in this country! Truth is - according to highly displaced sources - Modi's biggest enemies are from within the Sangh Parivar itself. Mostly the upper caste fellows in his cabinet who Modi made a veiled reference to as being 'unhappy about a chaiwallah's son becoming Prime Minister'.