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DR. ANDY SIDHU Chancellor Elect of UFV Mr. Sidhu, I have known you for my entire adult life, and much of my childhood. Ours were two of only a few families from Malaysia and it was always a pleasure to get together to share memories, and laughter. When I heard of the honour UFV recently bestowed upon you, presenting you with an Honourary Doctorate, I was pleased for you of course. But when I heard you are going to be the next Chancellor of UFV I felt the need to share my overwhelming joy by capturing this moment in time through sitting down with you to have you share some thoughts with the Patrika readers. Councillor Kelly

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r. Sidhu, I have known you for my entire adult life, and much of my childhood. Ours were two of only a few families from Malaysia and it was always a pleasure to get together to share memories, and laughter. When I heard of the honour UFV recently bestowed upon you, presenting you with an Honourary Doctorate, I was pleased for you of course. But when I heard you are going to be the next Chancellor of UFV I felt the need to share my overwhelming joy by capturing this moment in time through sitting down with you to have you share some thoughts with the Patrika readers. As long as I have known you, your house has always been filled with a cross-section of Canadian society. What fuels that? “When I arrived in Canada during the early 1970s, I noticed the similarities to other places I have been: namely the place of my birth, Malaysia and then when I went to University in Australia. What struck me as similar was the way in which different cultures interacted with each other. And I always felt this interaction brought a sense of community so I believe I always had that affinity to be with diverse individuals. I am comfortable amongst others who like learning about different cultures and religions; we are a global community, it only makes sense to know each other better”. Not everyone embraces diversity with open arms. Surely Mr. Sidhu, you must have been on the receiving end of intolerance? In fact, you once told me a story about a woman who hired several immigrants to do farm work through you when you worked at the Farm Labour Board, only to call you later and ask to send another set of workers who were not IndoCanadian. Later, when you were in her area you asked her if she had time to meet and she invited you for coffee; she didn’t realize over the phone that you were Indo-Canadian so when she saw you at her door, she was

surprised. But you walked out of there to know things don’t change as a friend, taking the opportunity to overnight, but if you want a share and communicate. better future for your family, you “I do recall being a target of racism must think outside of it and take many times, and understand it is an risks, and reach out to others evil that pops up once in a while when who struggle to understand each we least expect it. But I have never other. This is called community succumbed to it; rather, I look for building and we are all part of opportunities to address it in a manner this labour force. The more we that tries to mitigate issues rather than put into it, the better it will be inflame them. That is why I believe for everyone.’ education is the greatest equalizer and educating others about different Mr. Sidhu, what is next for you? cultures and religions can help them “I hope the future holds many to understand and perhaps their fear good fortunes for all of us. I may dissipate.” will continue to work hard and Mr. Sidhu, most small businesses fail, contribute the best I can. I am or struggle to stay afloat. After being honoured that UFV bestowed downsized from a government job, upon me such a great honour, you undertook an entrepreneurial risk and I will work diligently to I am to benefit from your advice, and adventure, starting the bilingual newspaper The Patrika. What was continue my quest to bring others mentorship and most of all, your together”. gentle kindness when I walk through your thinking behind that? your door. It’s interesting, because my lifelong Thank you for your time, and I’d desire to bring others to communicate like to close by saying how fortunate Councillor Kelly Kuldeep Chahal with each other cumulated in a bi-lingual newspaper. The Patrika mission statement is simply, “Bridging Communities”. The lessons I have learned, taught me that once we communicate with each other, many good things can happen. My intuition told me I was on the right track and I followed it all the way through with my family on my side. My wife Pritam and children Dave & Ronnie have been with me all along the way and today we share contributing to the paper as a family”. When we say legacy, what comes to your mind about your life’s work? “Over time, I have learned what is most valuable: family, friends and community. Many people have walked through my doors and I graciously welcomed them. Did I realize I was making a difference? It never really occurred to me and that is not why I ever sat on multiple boards as a volunteer, or interpreted for people who couldn’t speak English, or hosted fundraisers and donated to the community. I do these things because I have enough experience PAGE 5


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he University of the Fraser Valley women’s rugby sevens team kicks off its second season of play this weekend, as they travel to Edmonton to open the Canada West Women’s Rugby Sevens Series. The three-tournament series includes the Cascades’ first home event, Feb. 10-11 at MRC Sports Complex. The third and final Canada West tourney runs Feb. 24-25 at the University of ens team standout who brings nextVictoria. level speed and finishing to the squad. “We feel so much more confident going into this weekend after having one “We’ve been working hard at trainyear under our belts,” said Cascades ing, jelling together, and a real posihead coach Jen Ross, whose squad tive attitude has carried over from last has been training together since Sep- year,” Ross enthused. “Everyone’s tember. “The girls are so eager to get excited, and we’re so far ahead of on the field and put things together.” where we were at this time last year. The girls are confident we’re going The Cascades’ Canada West debut in to be competitive.” 2017 did not feature any victories – as a brand-new sevens-only program, This weekend’s tournament will it was an uphill climb competing feature the host Alberta Pandas, the against opponents who could draw defending champion Calgary Dinos, players from their existing rugby 15s the UBC Thunderbirds, the Lethbridge Pronghorns and the Victoria teams. Vikes along with the Cascades. A sevFor Year 2, Ross has built a deeper, enth team – a brand-new entry from more experienced group. The team Thompson Rivers – will participate lost Meghan Wellis, last season’s cap- in the latter two tourneys hosted by tain, due to a shoulder injury, but the UFV and UVic. Cascades get great veteran leadership from the likes of Mackenzie Fowler This season marks the second of a three-year partnership between and Elyssa Phillipson. B2ten, Rugby Canada, and Canada The UFV squad also boasts a col- West to bring rugby sevens competilection of talented newcomers. A tion to campuses across the conferquartet of Cascades rookies – Shalaya ence. B2ten and Rugby Canada’s Valenzuela, Alex Motoc, Ashlynn partnership with Canada West is part Smith and Mackenzie Braun – were of their ongoing commitment to propart of the B.C. U18 women’s team ducing the next generation of Olymwhich toured Ireland in August 2017. pians by growing the game at Western Ross also has high hopes for Jaylene Canadian universities that share their Soegard, a graduate of Abbotsford’s collective goal of developing highRobert Bateman Secondary who be- performance rugby programs here in gan her post-secondary sports career Canada. Thanks to B2ten and Rugby playing basketball at Langara College Canada’s support, competing studentand was a PACWEST all-rookie team athletes will have access to scholarselection in 2015-16. ships as they pursue their athletic The Cascades also recently added careers, including an opportunity to Natalie Teteris, a B.C. women’s sev- progress to the national team. PAGE 6

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Mission immigrants: We’re Your Neighbours Dhillon speaks on “Tolerance is not enough” the first RCMP member to be permit- special stories on how ted to wear a turban. and why they made their MCSS Local Immigration Partner- way to Canada. ship (LIP) is leading the forum and has invited Mission Coun. Pam The LIP also plans to Alexis to speak on the District of have a property manageMission’s perspective on newcomers ment spokesperson at the Dhillon’s compelling presentation is to Canada. Local clients from Syria event to address issues on ‘Tolerance is Not Enough.’ He is and other countries will share their surrounding housing for those new to Canada.

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altej Dhillon is keynote speaker for a We’re Your Neighbours immigration forum March 17 at Mission’s Copper Hall on Railway Avenue, put on by Mission Community Services Society (MCSS) New to Canada department.

Mission LIP coordinator Rick Rake will lead a discussion on hashtag #All Are Welcome Here image and bumper sticker initiative to deal with public and social media commentary not pleasant to newcomers. The effort is being adopted by communities across the country, launching in Ontario.

ask questions, contact rick.rake@ missioncommunityservices.com or Annie Charker (annmariecharker@ missioncommunityservices.com) at MCSS. Availability is limited.

Event is co-sponsored by the IRCC (Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada) and District of Mission Cost of the forum is $5 to cover Social Development Department. food expenses. To pre-register or Start time is 8:30 a.m.

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3 ways to create a hands-free home (NC) Remember the days when you struggled at your front door, juggling bags of groceries and your keys? Homes have now become smarter, more energy efficient and even intuitive, making hands-free a reality. Automatic environment monitoring, access to lights and appliances from anywhere in the world and voicecontrolled gadgets are just some of the ways home life is evolving. Our homes are an extension of our life-

styles, with increased capabilities to seamlessly connect 24/7 at the touch of a wireless button.Here are a few examples of smart home advancements bringing us one step closer to a connected and hands-free space:In the kitchen. Technology has brought hands-free faucets, helping families avoid unnecessary accidents, making cleaning easier and reducing the spread of germs and messes. Companies such as Canaroma are also

finding ways to integrate this new touchless technology into stunning design, making it beautiful to look at. Call home. Long gone are the days where you physically dial a phone. For example, new home systems now offer the ability to call mom simply by saying “call mom.” Products such as Amazon’s Echo and Alexa and Google Home are making connecting hands-free simple. Using VoIP — voice over internet protocol — you can now call your contacts and you don’t even have to wait for them to get the technology or a Google account to answer. Clean-up time. You’re not alone when it comes to despising cleaning. Fortunately, hands-free options can provide a tidy home without lifting a finger. From air purifiers that automatically scan your environment for airborne allergens and pollutants, to high-tech robotic vacuums that trap dust and dirt and spontaneously move away from objects in their path, coming home after a long workday to a spick-andspan environment can be your reality. We’re moving towards to a truly intuitive lifestyle. Companies such as TA Appliances, Teletime and Appliance Canada are taking us one step closer to a hands-free world. The next generation of smart home products will continue to expand our ability to connect to contacts, appliances and other smart-home devices anywhere in the world and on vocal demand. Find out how you can integrate technology into the design of your space and live hands-free at the National Home Show, presented by Re/Max on March 9 to 18 at the Enercare Centre, Exhibition Place. Find more information at www.nationalhomeshow.com.

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Abbotsford Arts Council seeks artists of all ages and skill levels to submit to the 4th Annual Anonymous Art Show Fundraiser to be held at the Kariton Art Gallery Abbotsford, B.C. – The Abbotsford Arts Council is pleased to announce the open call for art for the 4th Annual Anonymous Art Show Fundraiser, taking place July 8 - Aug 8 at the Kariton Art Gallery, with an opening reception to be held on Saturday July 8th, from 6 – 8 pm. Submissions are accepted up until June 15, 2017. The Council is looking for local artists of all skill levels and ages to create works of diverse styles, subject matters, and mediums. All work must be done on a 12x12x1.5�canvas, and participating artists will receive a discount on a pre-stretched canvas of the required size from our supporting partner House of Fine Arts, located on West Railway Street. This exhibition is an opportunity to raise funds for the programs initi-

ated by the Abbotsford A r t s Council that support a r t s in our community, with half of the proceeds going directly towards participating artists. All pieces sell for $100 each. Applications are available for download from abbotsfordartscouncil.com or pick-up at the Kariton Art Gallery and the House of Fine Arts. For additional information please email us at info@abbotsfordartscouncil.com.

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Access your funds quickly when depositing a personal cheque (NC) Nowadays, we’re used to getting things at the click of a button, so it can feel a bit old fashioned having to wait for the bank to process a cheque before we can access the money. Fortunately, there are a few ways you can receive your money faster.

using the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada’s bank account selector tool on their website. Deposit the cheque in person with a teller. This reduces the maximum hold period to four business days, not including the day you deposit it. Depositing at a bank machine increases the maximum hold period to five days. Note that cheques of more than $1,500 can be held up to eight days.

For example, did you know that you have a right to access the first $100 of a cheque when depositing at a federally regulated bank? The remaining funds could be subject to a hold of a few days. It never hurts to ask. Depending on However, there are a few strategies to your relationship with your bank, if reduce the amount of time your remain- you ask to have the hold removed or the hold period reduced, it might release ing funds are held. the funds to you before the cheque Deposit at your own bank. To get ac- clears. cess to the first $100 and avoid lengthy Remember, there are exceptions to holds, deposit your cheque at a bank maximum cheque hold periods and acwhere you’ve had an account open for cess to the first $100. Learn more about more than 90 days. Don’t have a bank your financial rights and responsibiliaccount? Everyone has a right to open ties at www.canada.ca/it-pays-to-know. one and there are a number of low- and no-fee bank accounts. You can check www.newscanada.com

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“I had met with the Ashcroft Indian Band last year and saw first-hand the impact these fires had on their community and the people here,” MP Sidhu said. “It was important for me to return with the Minister to hear what we as a government had gotten right in our help and what we could The meeting, hosted by Chief Greg all improve on in the future.” Blain, was to discuss the rebuilding efforts and related federal funding support following last year’s wildfires, which devastated many of the band’s homes and the community at large. Joining Chief Blain were several band councillors and staff members, including Councillor Den- Sidhu was impressed with both the nis Pittman, Councillor Earl Blain, commitment and resilience demonBand Administrator Jodene Blain strated by the band’s leadership and and Assistant Administrator Char the community as a whole. Pittman. “The strength we’ve seen here is reOther topics discussed included the markable, and I join the Minister in impact the fires had on local busi- thanking the band for their time today nesses and employees, as well as and for their hard work in the face of the need for ongoing planning and these terrible circumstances,” he said. preparation to both limit damage and “I look forward to collaborating with streamline resource allocation fol- the Ashcroft Indian Band on this and other issues going forward, through lowing potential future fires. 2018 and beyond.” ati Sidhu, Member of Parliament for Mission-Matsqui-Fraser Canyon, today joined Jane Philpott, Minister of Indigenous Services, in meeting with leaders from the Ashcroft Indian Band in Ashcroft, BC. A brief tour of the community followed.

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NDP leader Jagmeet Singh gets engaged to Indian-origin fashion designer Gurkiran Kaur

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anada’s N e w Democratic Party’s first Sikh chief Jagmeet Singh formally announced his engagement with Indian-origin fashion designer Gurkiran Kaur at a private party in a restaurant on Tuesday in which only family and friends were invited. CBC reported he surprised Kaur by popping the question in front of family and friends at a restaurant where they had their first date.

The Toronto Star reported that when Singh was asked why he had decided to make this news public, he said he was excited about the engagement. “I’m super excited to take this step forward — to have a life and future together with my partner,” he was quoted as saying by the Star.


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Prime Minister launches Canada Service Corps

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During this first phase, the Government of Canada will work with young Canadians to find out more about their motivations and interests, and to explore what service means to them. Their ideas will directly shape the initiative, Canada Service Corps will encourage and help to ensure it meets the needs young Canadians to get involved in and priorities of young people once it service to their communities and gain is fully implemented in 2019. valuable skills and experience that will benefit them in every aspect of life. It The Government of Canada will work will also provide young Canadians with closely with national, regional, and loservice opportunities that currently do cal organizations to explore how best to engage and inspire young Canadians, not exist. and to connect youth with meaningful More meaningful volunteer and ser- service opportunities. vice opportunities means more young Understanding that volunteering is ofpeople will have the chance to prac- ten the first step to meaningful service, tice leadership, develop individual the Government of Canada will offer strengths, and gain essential life and an online matching service through work experiences. As a nationwide Volunteer Canada that helps young initiative, Canada Service Corps will people to find volunteer opportunities help more young Canadians to under- in their communities. Young Canadians stand the importance of serving their can also apply for funding that will help communities, and instill a sense of civic them and their team make their servicerelated projects a reality. engagement and global citizenship. he Prime Minister and Minister of Youth, Justin Trudeau, today launched the design phase of Canada Service Corps, Canada’s new national youth service initiative.

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his past week was Martin Luther King Day to our neighbours down south. A day where Americans and citizens from around the globe reflect on the struggles we still face as a civilization and the progresses that have been made in our common humanity. If some of you recall last January 15th on this holiday Abbotsford was hit with KKK hate flyers and it was their goal for this to be a distraction and spread hate on this glory day. It made headlines across the nation and people were outraged at the disgusting and planned act of a few. This wasn’t the only time this occurred around Valley. In October 2016, our home and the entire street were hit by KKK flyers in Mission throughout the evening calling it Night Ride. Their goal is recruitment and to seek vulnerable people who may want to join their pathetic orga- “ I am committed to listening to voices that are different then my own. I am nization. also convinced that those behind the Kristine Kuol of Abbotsford as part of threats need to experience listenher university project last April went ing ears if those around them leaned for a Night Ride, along with her hus- and heard their pain they may not be band Akol and threw bags of rice with throwing flyers lashing out in public a diversity message inside of a bag on criminality. people’s driveways to counteract the KKK message. What a brilliant and I would encourage you to expand your positive idea to share with people and friend group to include just one friend to destroy the physiological mindset of who is of a different ethnic or linguistic terror. On Monday, being the holiday background.” her, I and Akol decided to do another Steven Purewal, Managing Director of Night Ride and throw bags on peoples Indus Media Foundation, a lower maindriveways in the Mission/Abbotsford land non-profit that raises awareness of area. I was excited to take part in this Punjabi culture and history, believes worthy exercise and to bring a positive the recent uptick in racist sentiments message to people’s driveways. In to- towards South Asians is rooted in the tal, we had 100 bags prepared and we historically legislated discriminatory threw about 30 in Mission and the rest treatment of non-whites in Canada. in Abby. It does take a bit of skill and driving slow is a key and a good aim Purewal said, “This step from intoleris necessary. Sometimes you nail it and ance to tolerance does little to engender others times you strike out. With these respect between disparate communiskills it may just land in a spot where ties. Fundamentally, unless we estabresidents may see it. A few onlookers lish trusting relationships, based on appeared curious as to what we were equitable treatment, fractures from the doing. It’s difficult to be discrete and past will continue to identify a ‘them and us’ divide - with the ‘them’ being getting noticed is easy. the ‘other’ dehumanized to the point Kuol said, “ Last Martin Luther King of being unable to possess the virtues day I felt that the lives of minorities of true Canadians and thus relegated to my beloved friends were being threat- being outsiders to the mainstream. This ened by people who were experiencing sentiment is being played out in the personal hurt which was manifested in streets, on the airwaves and social meoppressive behavior. Racism is oppres- dia today in Canada. We need to take sive to both parties. I felt that on a day the steps now to progress dialogues of when diversity and forward movement tolerance to inclusion and belonging, towards equality and acceptance should which requires significant educational be the focus and hateful behavior stole effort in our schools and communities.” the spotlight.

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Smart tips to reach your retirement goals this year (NC) Canadians are living longer, and company pension plans are getting smaller or disappearing altogether. While this can make saving for retirement even more stressful, there are some simple ways you can save more money every day and work towards a comfortable nest egg.

more than $1,800 a year. Are leftovers really that bad?

Don’t forget about your CPP. If you’re like most people working in Canada, you contribute to Canada Pension Plan through automatic deductions to your paycheque, and matching contributions from your employer. Canada Pension Pay yourself first. Set up automatic Plan Investment Board is tasked with contributions to retirement accounts. ensuring your CPP retirement benefits If you never have the money, can you are there when you need them. really miss it? Money not needed to pay current ben-

eficiaries is invested by CPPIB into a diverse portfolio of assets like stocks, bonds, real estate and toll roads in order to ensure that the fund is sustainable for generations to come. In fact, according to the Chief Actuary of Canada, as of right now your CPP is sustainable at Make a budget. If you’re often left current contribution rates for the next wondering where your money went at 75 years and beyond. the end of the month, try tracking your When you combine your CPP with your defined benefit plan at work, personal spending. Bring your lunch to work. Buying Registered Retirement Savings Plans or lunch every day can get expensive fast. Registered Retirement Income Funds, If you spend $7 a day, that adds up to and personal budgeting and savings strategy, you may be closer to a secure retirement than you think. Start young. When you’re saving for retirement, compound interest is your best friend. For example, if your investments average a return of six per cent a year, your money will double every 12 years. Getting an early start can make a big difference.

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5 questions to ask your doctor before any test or treatment (NC) The cold winter months usually see us spending more time in doctors’ offices. Whether you’re getting a flu shot or checking on a lingering cough, the more information you have the better decisions you can make about your healthcare. Here are five questions you should ask your healthcare practitioner before any test or treatment.

the best course of treatment, but in many cases they can use less invasive criteria to make a recommendation. Similarly, certain treatments are elective, so it’s good to know if something is necessary or optional.

women’s health,” explains Karen Jensen, a naturopathic doctor whose new book, Women’s Health Matters: The Influence of Gender on Disease, explores this issue in detail. “As a result, it becomes a bottom-up 2. Have physiological differences situation, requiring the public, been taken into account? Diseases, and women in particular to treatments and chemicals affect men educate themselves.” and women differently, with most drug trials and medical 3. What are the risks and poresearch focusing only on the tential side effects? Understanding male body while not consid- the risks of a specific test or treatering the differences that are ment can give you a clearer picture of unique to women and their possible advantages and drawbacks, health. This is why you likely while knowing the side effects lets need to remind your doctor you know what’s normal, what’s to be to account for gender differ- expected and what requires reaching ences when prescribing a test out to your doctor. or treatment. 4. Are there alternatives? This gives 1. Do I actually need this test or treat- “Many healthcare practitioners are you a chance to learn about newer test ment? Tests are used as diagnostic not aware of the gender bias in clini- or treatment options that may offer tools to help you doctor determine cal studies and the implications for comparable results, as well as find

out if lifestyle changes or alternative therapies can help. 5. What are the costs? It’s important to know if your doctor’s recommendations are covered by your provincial healthcare plan, and if not, what percentage you can expect your insurance to reimburse. You also need to know what time and emotional costs may apply; for example, if a test requires taking a whole day off work. Find more information online at wvmagonline.com.

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New website to improve mental health and wellness for young people in B.C. Vancouver – B.C. youth aged 12 to 24 now have access to a new online resource designed to improve their mental health and well-being.

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Disposing of Broken and Fallen Trees/Branches Due to Storm With the extreme winter weather con- • ditions, residents may have additional tree branches and yard waste that requires disposal. Please refer to the appropriate section below rural or urban, for appropriate disposal methods. RURAL PROPERTIES ONLY - DISPOSAL BY BURNING PERMIT

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Due to the excessive amounts of green and agricultural waste generated on “Rural” properties from the recent extreme weather, the Abbotsford Fire Rescue Service will be adjusting the Burning Permit Process, allowing for a single permit to be issued to burn from the date the permit is issued up to and including March 31, 2018. Branches and stumps can be up to This revised permit will allow the 15cm (6”) in diameter; and property owner to burn a single pile each day up to and including March • Up to ten items (combination of containers, bags or bundles) will be 31, 2018. collected each week. • Open Air Burning Regulations and Guidelines: Rules and regulations re- Materials that do not meet the above packaging unfortunately cannot be main in place for the types accepted with the curbside collection. of materials, clearances and size of With the expected disposal volumes, piles as per our current guide. collection services may temporarily • Check Before You Burn: Burning extend into the early evenings. will only be allowed on days where the Alternatively, tree branches and yard venting index for Abbotsford waste can be dropped off at the Net meets a “good” rating, so please re- Zero Waste composting facility at member to check before you burn. 5050 Gladwin Rd: • Please remember that Open air burning is NOT permitted in URBAN areas • Residents that receive the City’s curbside collection service can use one of at any time of the year. the yard waste coupons Please look up your address online to ensure you are permitted to burn at that were recently mailed out with the annual collection calendar; your location. URBAN AND RURAL PROPER- • Additional charges may apply for TIES - DISPOSAL BY CURBSIDE larger diameter stumps and branches; and COLLECTION Tree branches and green waste can be • A gate charge will apply for those disposed of as part of the City’s curb- without a coupon. side collection service in the Larger stumps and branches are best weekly compost/yard waste by crews handled by a tree service contractor or residents can bring these items to Net as follows: Zero Waste for a charge. • Branches can be tied in bundles or placed in compostable waste containers Other storm-related debris such as damaged fences and building material or paper yard bags; can be taken to: • Branch bundles can be up to 1m (3.3’) in length and up to 60 cm (2’) • First Class Transfer Station at 34613 Vye Road in diameter; • Bundles must be tied with cotton or • Waste Connections of Canada Transfer Station at 34321 Industrial Way. natural string/twine;

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ONE WORLD - For ONE, For ALL

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n the 89th Anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, UNITED SIKHS is honored to remember Dr. King’s legacy as a tireless advocate for universal equality. During his short life, Dr. King ushered in hope in a dream of a diverse, equitable, and just world for all. Grounded in spirituality, Dr. King reflected a fearless and loving spirit of Oneness that continues to inspire millions.

Grounded in the belief that the light of the divine burns in every heart, the Sikh Gurus condemned the disease of intolerance and social inequality while espousing fundamental human freedoms. No price is too little to protect these values and the Sikh Gurus themselves that price with grace. Guru Nanak was a known political dissenter and was imprisoned for speaking out against Babar’s tyranny. Guru Arjan Dev was executed for his refusal to abide by unfair taxation. Guru Har Gobind Ji spent days in Gwalior jail for organizing communities to fight for their freedoms. Guru Tegh Bahadur willingly sacrificed his life so that freedom of expression could flourish in the face of oppression. Guru Gobind Singh finalized the Khalsa commonwealth and empowered individuals to be sovereign and to carry themselves as truly free spiritual beings, beholden to none but the Divine. This legacy of unapologetic commitment towards human equality, dignity, and freedom is echoed in the eternal Guru - Guru Granth Sahib - even today. Today, UNITED SIKHS reaffirms our commitment to celebrate diversity and promote human freedom through advocacy, disaster relief, and community empowerment. Every element of our work is rooted in this fundamental belief of Oneness: every person is

Students and tech sector to benefit from tech-programming expansion Students and the tech sector will benefit from thousands of additional tech-related spaces at public post-secondary institutions throughout British Columbia, announced Melanie Mark, Minister of Advanced Education, Skills and Training. The tech sector in B.C., with more than 10,200 businesses, is one of the fastest-growing sectors of the provincial economy, generating $29 billion in revenue and employing over 106,000 people. The demand for skilled tech workers presents immense opportunities for British Columbia.

The Sikh community is no stranger to the power of divine-inspired activism.

entitled to equal respect and dignity no matter religion, belief, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, or language. •Our International Civil and Human Rights Advocacy arm (ICHRA) enables and empowers youth to become engaged community advocates, organizing for change within their local and national communities. Through this program, we also offer legal representation to those whose legal rights are threatened.

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“We’re helping students in British Columbia by improving access to education with thousands more tech spaces that include degree, diploma and certificate programs,” said Mark. “Our vibrant tech sector supports good-paying jobs, like computer programmers, engineers and information system analysts. We are investing millions of dollars in the future creators of an innovative, strong and sustainable 21st-century economy.” In total, British Columbia will add about 2,900 tech-related spaces that are expected to result in 1,000 additional grads per year by 2023. Total provincial start-up funding this year is $4.4 million and is expected to increase to $42 million.

neering Building under construction at SFU Surrey. At SFU Surrey, there will be an additional 320 undergraduate spaces and 120 graduate spaces by 2021-22, expected to result in 140 additional graduates per year by 2023. “This important investment will enable Simon Fraser University and other post-secondary institutions to provide students with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed, and that British Columbia requires to build a strong, sustainable economy,” said Andrew Petter, president, SFU. “The support provided to SFU, specifically, will create a program that will help position B.C. as a global leader in clean-tech and sustainable energy.” Tech-sector workers earn weekly average salaries almost 85% higher than the average wage in B.C. “The Government of British Columbia’s support for training of skilled workers is key to a vibrant and innovative economy in the province,” said Alejandro Adem, Mitacs CEO and scientific director. “We look forward to working with local businesses and post-secondary institutions to create training and research opportunities to ensure up-and-coming tech innovators can easily transition into the job market.”

The 2,900 additional spaces are in new About 83,400 tech-related job openings and expanded programs that include •Sikh Aid, our Disaster Relief opera- the following in the Lower Mainland: in B.C. – such as computer programmers, information system analysts and tions, focuses on bringing support to 440 spaces in undergraduate and software engineers — are expected by vulnerable communities across the graduate-level sustainable-energy 2027. world during times of need. Our engineering degrees at Simon Fraser Over the next four years, the Province disaster relief efforts take the form University (SFU) Surrey will invest more than $200 million in of aid, security, education, and com- 624 spaces in computer science and tech- and science-related post-secondbiomedical and manufacturing engi- ary capital projects. The five-storey, munity development. neering degrees at the University of 15,000-square-metre Sustainable En•The Community Empowerment British Columbia (Vancouver campus) ergy Engineering Building at Simon Fraser University’s Surrey campus and Education Directorate (CEED) 300 spaces in information-technology will allow the university to expand is focused on eliminating health diplomas in cyber security, tech arts its research in the energy, hydrogen disparities in minority communities and new media at British Columbia and electricity sectors, in addition to through public health education and Institute of Technology supporting SFU’s sustainable-energy initiatives. 40 spaces in a mechatronics and ad- engineering degrees. It is funded by vanced manufacturing-technology the Government of Canada’s PostIn the spirit of the Guru and those diploma at Kwantlen Polytechnic Secondary Institutions Strategic Investinspired by the Divine like Dr. King, University ment Fund, Province of B.C., SFU and private donors for a total project value we encourage everyone to continue Mark made the announcement during of $126 million. fighting the darkness of hatred with a visit to the Sustainable Energy Engithe divine light of love for all. Regional seat allocations will be announced shortly.

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pukfr

inmrqf cMgI ey rxjIq ikMgrf

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hflq vyK grIbF dI, ieh idl dfavy nfl kihMdf

iks ny iks nUM pihlF Pon Gumfieaf ey.

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nYxF ivwc cmk sI KyVy dI.

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pihlF iks ny iks nUM afx bulfieaf ey.

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supny mfiKEN imwTy sI

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pr awD ivcfilEN twuty sI.

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kOx iksy dy Gr jFdf hY Kfx leI.

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hr iewk bMdf BuwKf hY bws mfx leI.

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mjbUr hF,

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iks ny iks dI ikvyN imtfeI qMgI ey. koeI Prk nhIN sdf inmrqf cMgI ey.

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afey afty dI.

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pwg myry vIr dI gfANudy sI.

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koeI Prk nhIN sdf inmrqf cMgI ey.

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koeI Prk nhIN sdf inmrqf cMgI ey.

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asF gfAuxf awgoN rl ky:

asIN Jwl nf skIey hfsy .

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hn duwD iGE dIaF nflLF.

asIN Bul bYTy ‘Auh jfxy.’

Auh ikDr gey idhfVy?

‘CyqI kr byby Cwqo!

jd Cwqo dy ipCvfVy,

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jd Cwqo dy pCvfVy,

sF byr Cwqo dy lFhdy,

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hfs-ivaMg- bMdy nUM prK bMdy

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“iPwkf bol nf bolIey” ieh dunIaF kuPr hY rihMdI qoldI.

ids pYxI aslIaq sfrI, rqf ku awK itkf ky dyK.

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kursI Kfiqr ivk jfvygf, ies nUM qUM ajLmf ky dyK. afs lgf ky bYTf lwgdf, PslI suhl btyry vFgUM, cug jfvygf sB kuJ eyho, ies nUM cogf pf ky dyK.

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dIn Drm qy soc akIdy, ikwdF guwTy lwg jFdy ny,

ipwCoN hI pqf lwgdf jdoN isafxf smJfAuNdf.

hux iPkr ijhf rihMdf, Gr dIaF iksLqF moVn df.

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pr Pyr mF myrI dy, mfVy idn mYnUM cyqy afAuNdy ny.

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pr Pyr mF myrI dy, mfVy idn mYnUM cyqy afAuNdy ny.

dunIaF vflLy hmysLF mKOl AuzfAuNdy rhy ny.

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cfr idnF dI ijLMdgI ieh dunIaF iewk BulyKf hY.

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mn bUtf Auhdy crnI luafdy.

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Â≈Í√∆ Í≥ȱ È∂ Ï∆Â∂ «ÁÈ∆∫ Ù≈Á ¡Ò∆ Á∆ «ÎÒÓ “√»Ó≈” Á≈ Ì≈Â∆ Ù«‚¿±Ò Í»≈ ’∆Â≈ ‘ÀÕ «¬‘ «ÎÒÓ Ì≈Â∆ ‘≈’∆ ‡∆Ó Á∂ √≈Ï’≈ ’ÍÂ≈È √≥Á∆Í «√≥ÿ Á∆ «˜≥Á◊∆ ”Â∂ ¡≈Ë≈ ‘ÀÕ «ÎÒÓ «Úº⁄ ¿∞√ Á∂ È≈Ò «ÁÒ‹∆ Áπ√ªfi ¡Â∂ ¡≥◊Á Ï∂Á∆ ÍzÓπº÷ ̱«Ó’≈ «ÈÌ≈ ‘∂ ‘ÈÕ «√º÷ ÍÚ≈ È≈Ò √≥ÏË ≥ º÷Á∆ Â≈Í√∆ ‘«¡≈‰≈ Á∂ Ù≈‘Ï≈Á «Úº⁄ Ù»«‡≥◊ ’Á∂ √Ó∂∫ ¡≈͉∂ ¡Â∆ Á∆¡ª Ô≈Áª «Úº⁄ ◊∞¡≈⁄ ◊¬∆Õ Á¡√Ò, ¿∞√ Á≈ «˜¡≈Á≈Â ‹∆ÚÈ «ÁºÒ∆ ¡Â∂ Óπ≥Ϭ∆ «Úº⁄ Ï∆«Â¡≈ ‘ÀÕ Íπ≈‰∆¡ª Ô≈Áª ˘ Ù∂¡ ’Á∂ ‘ج∂ Â≈Í√∆ È∂ Áº«√¡≈, “‹Á ÓÀ∫ ¤Ø‡∆ √∆ ª Ò◊Ì◊ ‘ ¤∞º‡∆¡ª «Úº⁄ Í≥‹≈Ï ¡≈͉∂ ‹ºÁ∆ «Í≥‚ ‹ªÁ∆ √∆Õ Óπ≥Ϭ∆ ¡≈¿∞‰ «Íº¤Ø∫ ¿∞Ê∂ ‹≈‰ Á≈ Ï‘∞ ÿº‡ ÓΩ’≈ «Ó«Ò¡≈, Í Ù»«‡≥◊ Á∂ Ò¬∆ Ù≈‘Ï≈Á ¡≈ ’∂ √Ì Íπ≈‰∆¡ª Ô≈Áª Â≈˜≈ ‘Ø ◊¬∆¡ªÕ ¿∞√ Ó≈‘ΩÒ ¡Â∂ ‹◊∑≈ ”Â∂ Ù»«‡≥◊ ’Á∂ ‘ج∂ ÏÛ≈ Ó˜≈ ¡≈«¬¡≈Õ ÷∂ «Úº⁄ ÁΩÛ-ÁΩÛ ’∂ ÷∂‚‰≈, «‡¿±ÏÚÀµÒ Á≈ Í≈‰∆ ¿∞¤≈Ò‰≈, ÿ Á∂ ω∂ Í≥‹≈Ï∆ ÍΩ∫«·¡ª Á≈ Ó˜≈ ÒÀ‰≈ Ú◊∆¡ª Ô≈Áª Â≈˜≈ ‘ج∆¡ªÕ ¿∞È∑ª «¬Ò≈«’¡ª Á∆ ‘Ú≈ ÓÀ˘ ¡Â∆ «Úº⁄ «÷º⁄ ’∂ ÒÀ ‹ªÁ∆ ‘ÀÕ

“√»Ó≈” Á∆ Ù»«‡≥◊ ÓΩ’∂ ‹Û∑ª È≈Ò ‹∞ÛÈ≈ «Ó«Ò¡≈: Â≈Í√∆

«√’ ÒÀ‰≈ ˜»∆ ‡≈¬∆◊ Ù≈Î

Í«‘Ò∆ «ÎÒÓ “‘∆ØÍ≥Â∆” (B@AD) Á∂ Ò¬∆ Ó∂Ò ‚À«Ï¿± ¡Ú≈‚ «ÓÒ‰ Á∂ Ï≈¡Á ‡≈¬∆◊ Ù≈Î ˘ ¡≈¿∞‰ Ú≈Ò∂ ’ºÒ∑ Á≈ √πÍ√‡≈ Ó≥È «Ò¡≈ «◊¡≈Õ ‘ ¿∞Ó Á∂ ÁÙ’ª È∂ ¿∞È∑ª ˘ Í√≥Á ’∆Â≈ ¡Â∂ ¿∞√ ˘ Ï∂‘ºÁ ‡ÀÒ∂∫«‡‚ ¡Â∂ √Ó«Í ’Ò≈’≈ Ú‹Ø∫ Ó≈ÈÂ≈ «ÓÒ ◊¬∆Õ “‘∆ØÍ≥Â∆” Á∂ Ï≈¡Á “Ï≈◊∆” «¬º’ ¡À’ÙÈ ÌÍ» «ÎÒÓ √∆Õ ÁØ Ò◊≈Â≈ «¬º’Ø «‹‘∆¡ª «ÎÒÓª Á∂ È≈Ò ¿∞√ Á∆ ¡À’ÙÈ ‘∆Ø Á∆ «¬Ó∂‹ ω ◊¬∆ Í∂Ù «¬√∂ «√Ò«√Ò∂ «Úº⁄ ‡≈¬∆◊ Ù≈Î È≈Ò ‘ج∆ ◊ºÒÏ≈ Á∂ ’∞fi ¡≥Ù :

* ’ºÒ∑ º’ Â∞‘≈˘ ÈÚ∆∫ Í∆Û∑∆ Á≈ √Ì ÂØ∫ ÚºË ÌØ√Ó ∂ Á ≥ √‡≈ Ó≥«È¡≈ ‹ªÁ≈ √∆Õ ÁØ «ÎÒÓª Á∆ È≈’≈Ó∆ È≈Ò Â∞‘≈‚∆ ÌØ√∂ ÔØ◊Â≈ «Úº⁄ «’≥È≈ ’∞ Î’ ¡≈«¬¡≈ ‘À? - Ï∂Ùº’ Ó∂∆¡ª «Í¤Ò∆¡ª «ÎÒÓª Ï≈’√ ¡≈«Î√ Á∂ «Ò‘≈‹ È≈Ò ˙È≈ ÚË∆¡≈ È‘∆∫ ’ √’∆¡ª, Í≥± «¬º’ ¡À’‡ Á∂ ÂΩ ”Â∂ Ó∂∂ «ÁÒ «Úº⁄ √’»È ‘ÀÕ «‹√ Â∑ª È≈Ò ÓÀ˘ ¡≈Î˜ «ÓÒ ‘∂ ‘È, ¿∞È∑ª ˘ Á∂÷ ’∂ ª «¬‘∆ ’‘ª◊≈ «’ Ó∂∂ ÍzÂ∆ ÒØ’ª Á≈ ÌØ√≈ ÚË «‘≈ ‘ÀÕ * ’∆ ¡º◊∂ Ú∆ «¬Ó∂˜ Á∂ ¿∞Ò‡ ‹Ø«÷Ó ¿∞·≈¿∞‰ Á≈ «¬≈Á≈ ‘À? - ‹∆ «ÏÒ’∞Ò, «’¿∞∫«’ Ó∂≈ Ó≥ȉ≈ ‘À «’ «√’ Á∆ ÏÁΩÒ Â∞√∆∫ Ò◊≈Â≈ ◊zÊ Ø ’Á∂ ‘ØÕ ‹∂ ¡√∆∫ «˜≥Á◊∆ «Úº⁄ «√’ È‘∆∫ ÒÀ∫Á∂ ª «˜≥Á◊∆ ‹∆¿∞‰ Á≈ Ó˜≈ È‘∆∫ ‘ÀÕ «√’ ¿∞·≈ ’∂ √ÎÒÂ≈ ‘≈√Ò ’È È≈Ò «˜≥Á◊∆ Ó˜∂Á≈ ‘Ø ‹ªÁ∆ ‘ÀÕ * Í«‘Òª ÂØ∫ «Ï‘Â ’È Á≈ «’≥È≈ ÁÏ≈¡ «‘≥Á≈ ‘À? - «ÁÈ-≈ ÓÀ∫ «¬‘∆ √Ø⁄Á≈ «‘≥Á≈ ‘ª «’ ‘Ø «Ï‘Â ’∆ ’ª? Ó∂≈ ‡≈◊À‡ ‘Ó∂Ù≈ ’Ò∆¡ «‘≥Á≈ ‘À «¬√ Ò¬∆ «¬È∑ª √≈∆¡ª ⁄∆˜ª ˘ ÓÀ∫ «¬≥‹∞¡≈¬∂ ’Á≈ ‘ªÕ ÓÀ∫ Ó≥ÈÁ≈ ‘ª «’ ‘ Ú≈ Í«‘Ò∂ ÂØ∫ «Ï‘Â ’È≈ ÊØÛ≈∑ ÓπÙ’Ò ‘∞≥Á≈ ‘À, Í «¬√ Á∂ Ò¬∆ Ó∂∆¡ª √≈∆¡ª «Â¡≈∆¡ª ‘Ó∂Ù≈ «‘≥Á∆ ‘ÀÕ * “√‡»‚À∫‡ ¡≈Î «Á ¬∆¡-B” «Úº⁄

√≈≈ Á∆ “’∂Á≈È≈Ê” Á≈ Á»√≈ Ù«‚¿±Ò Í»≈

√ÀÎ ¡Ò∆ ÷≈È ¡Â∂ ¡≥«ÓzÂ≈ «√≥ÿ Á∆ Ï∂‡∆ √≈≈ Á∆ Òª«⁄≥◊ «ÎÒÓ “’∂Á≈È≈Ê” Á≈ Á»√≈ Ù«‚¿±Ò Ú∆ Í»≈ ‘Ø «◊¡≈ ‘ÀÕ «ÎÒÓ ‚≈«¬À’‡ ¡«ÌÙ∂’ ’Í» È∂ √ØÙÒ Ó∆‚∆¡≈ ¿∞Â∂ ÷Ï Ù∂¡ ’Á∂ ‘ج∂ Ù»«‡≥◊ Á∂ ¡≈÷∆ «ÁÈ Á∂ Î؇ؘ Ú∆ Ù∂¡ ’∆Â∂Õ «ÎÒÓ Ô»«È‡ ÓπÂ≈Ï’ «ÎÒÓ Á≈ ¡◊Ò≈ Ù«‚¿±Ò ÎÚ∆ «Úº⁄ ‘ØÚ∂◊≈ ¡Â∂ √≥Ì≈ÚÈ≈ ‘À «’ «¬‘ Ù«‚¿±Ò ¡Ó∆’≈ Á∂ «È¿± Ô≈’ «Úº⁄ ‘ØÚ∂◊≈Õ ¡«ÌÙ∂’ ’Í» Á∆ ’«˜È «√√‡Ó ¬∂’Â≈ ’Í» ÚºÒØ∫ Ï≈Ò≈‹∆ «Úº⁄ ω≈¬∆ ‹≈ ‘∆ «¬‘ «ÎÒÓ Í«‘Òª ¡ÍzÀÒ B@AH «Úº⁄ «Ò∆˜ ‘؉∆ √∆, ‘∞‰ «¬√ ˘ Á√≥Ï B@AH

«Úº⁄ «Ò∆˜ ’È Á≈ ÎÀ√Ò≈ ‘Ø«¬¡≈ ‘ÀÕ «¬√ ÁΩ≈È Ï≈Ò∆Ú∞‚ º «Úº⁄ ⁄⁄≈ ◊Ó ‘À «’ ¡«ÌÙ∂’ Â∂ «ÎÒÓ «ÈÓ≈‰ √«‘ÔØ◊∆ ’≥ÍÈ∆ ’∆¡˜ Á∆ Óπ÷∆ Íz∂È≈ ¡ØÛ≈ Á∂ ÓÂÌ∂Á ÚË ◊¬∂ ‘ÈÕ √»Âª Á≈ ’«‘‰≈ ‘À «’ «ÎÒÓ Á∆ «Ò∆˜ Â∆’ Ï≈∂ ÁØÚª «Úº⁄ ÓÂÌ∂Á ‘ÈÕ ¡«ÌÙ∂’ BA Á√≥Ï ˘ «ÎÒÓ «Ò∆˜ ’È≈ ⁄≈‘∞≥Á∂ ‘È, Íz∂È≈ ¿∞√ «ÁÈ «Ò∆˜ ‘؉ Ú≈Ò∆ Ù≈‘∞÷ ÷≈È Á∆ «ÎÒÓ Á∂ È≈Ò ‡’≈¡ ÂØ∫ Ï⁄‰ Á∂ «Ò∆˜ Á∆ Â∆’ ÏÁÒ‰≈ ⁄≈‘∞Á ≥ ∆ ‘ÀÕ ¡«ÌÙ∂’ È∂ ÓÂÌ∂Áª Á∆¡ª ÷Ïª Á≈ ÷≥‚È ’∆Â≈ ‘À, Íz≥± ’∆¡˜ Á∂ √»Âª È∂ ÍπÙ‡∆ ’∆Â∆ ¡Â∂ «’‘≈ ‘À «’ √≥ÌÚ ‘À «’ «ÎÒÓ Á∆ «Ò∆˜ ‚∂‡ ÏÁÒ «ÁºÂ∆ ‹≈¬∂Õ

¡≈«÷’≈ ’≥◊È≈ Á∆ ’ØÒ‚ Ú≈ ‘Ø ‘∆ ◊¬∆ ÷ÂÓ

÷πÁ ˘ «’√∂ ÂØ∫ ÿº‡ È‘∆∫ Ó≥ÈÁ∆ ’À‡∆È≈ ’ÀÎ “‡≈¬∆◊ «˜≥Á≈ ‘À” Á∆ √ÎÒÂ≈ Á≈ ‹ÙÈ ÓÈ≈ ‘∆ ’À‡∆È≈ ’ÀÎ «¬È∑∆∫ «ÁÈ∆∫ √ÓπÁ ≥  ’≥„∂ ¡≈≈Ó ÎÓ≈¿∞∫Á∆ Ș ¡≈ ‘∆ ‘ÀÕ ‘≈Ò ‘∆ ”⁄ «¬’ «¬≥‡«Ú¿± ÁΩ≈È ’À‡∆È≈ È∂ “‡≈¬∆◊ «˜≥Á≈ ‘À” «ÎÒÓ ”⁄ ØÒ Ï≈∂ ÷πºÒ∑ ’∂ ◊ºÒÏ≈ ’∆Â∆Õ ’À‡∆È≈ «ÎÒÓ ”⁄ ¡≈͉∂ ÁÓÁ≈ ØÒ ”Â∂ «ÓÒ ‘∆¡ª Â≈∆Ϊ ÂØ∫ ’≈Î∆ ÷πÙ ‘ÀÕ ¿∞√ Á≈ Ó≥ȉ≈ ‘À «’ ¡≈͉∆ √ÓºÊ≈ Â∂ ‘Ø∫Á «Á÷≈¿∞‰ Ò¬∆ ˜»∆ È‘∆∫ «’ Â∞√∆∫ √ØÒØ Ò∆‚ ØÒ Ú≈Ò∆¡ª «ÎÒÓª ’ØÕ √Ì ÂØ∫ ˜»∆ ‘À Â∞√∆∫ «ÎÒÓ ”⁄ ¡≈͉∂ ØÒ ”⁄ «Ï‘Â ’ØÕ “‡≈¬∆◊ «˜≥Á≈ ‘À” ”⁄ √ÒÓ≈È ÷≈È Á∆ Ï≈ÁÙ≈‘ ‘؉ Á∂

«’√ Â∑ª Á≈ ØÒ «ÈÌ≈ ‘∂ ‘Ø? - ÓÀ∫ ¡‹∂ «¬√ Ï≈∂ ’∞fi È‘∆∫ Áº√ √’ª◊≈, È‘∆∫ ª ’‰ √ ÂØ∫ Ï‘∞ «fiÛ’ª ÍÀ‰◊∆¡ªÕ «ÎÒ‘≈Ò «¬≥È≈ ‘∆ ’‘ª◊≈ «’ ÓÀ∫ «ÎÒÓ Â∂ ¡≈͉∂ «’Á≈ Ï≈∂ ’≈Î∆ ◊≥Ì∆ ‘ª ¡Â∂ «Ó‘È ’È Á∆ ’Ø«ÙÙ ’ «‘≈ ‘ªÕ * ⁄ÒØ “√‡»‚À∫‡ ¡≈Î «Á ¬∆¡ B” Á∂ Ï≈∂ È≈ √‘∆, Í “Ï≈◊∆B” Á∂ Ï≈∂ ‘∆ ’∞fi Áº√Ø? - “Ï≈◊∆ B” B@AH Á∆ √Ì ÂØ∫ Úº‚∆ ¡À’ÙÈ ÍÀ’ «ÎÒÓ ‘ØÚ◊ ∂ ∆Õ «¬√ Á∂ ¡À’ÙÈ √∆È ÏÛ∂ ˜ÏÁ√ ‘؉◊∂Õ «¬√ «Úº⁄ Ó∂∆ «¬º’ «ÏÒ’∞Ò ¡Òº◊ Ò∞’ ‘ØÚ∂◊∆Õ «¬√ «Úº⁄ Ó∂∂ ¡≈ÍØ«˜‡ «ÁÙ≈ Í≈‡È∆ ‘ÀÕ «¬‘ «ÁÙ≈ ¡Â∂ Ó∂∆ «¬’º«·¡ª Í«‘Ò∆ «ÎÒÓ ‘ÀÕ «¬√ ÂØ∫ Í«‘Òª ¡√∆∫ «¬º’ «Ó¿±«˜’ ¡ÀÒÏÓ ’∆Â≈ √∆Õ * ‘≈Ò∆Ú∞º‚ «ÎÒÓ “À∫ÏØ” Á∂ «‘≥Á∆ ∆Ó∂’ Á∂ Ï≈∂ ’∆ ’«‘‰≈ ⁄≈‘Ø◊? ∂ - “À∫ÏØ” ÂØ∫ ÓÀ˘ ’≈Î∆ ¡√ª ‘ÈÕ «¬º’ √πÍ«‘º‡ ‘≈Ò∆Ú∞‚ º Á≈ ∆Ó∂’ ‘؉ Á∂ ’≈È ÁÙ’ Ú∆ «¬√ Á∂ ÍzÂ∆ Ï‘∞ «˜¡≈Á≈ ¡≈Ù≈Ú≈È ‘ÈÕ «¬√ Á∂ Ò¬∆ ÓÀ∫ ’≈Î∆ «Â¡≈∆ ’ª◊≈, Í ⁄≈‘∞≥Á≈ ‘ª «’ «ÎÒÓ Ù∞» ‘؉ ÂØ∫ Í«‘Òª “Ï≈◊∆ B” ¡Â∂ “√‡»‚À∫‡√ ¡≈Î Á∆ ¬∆¡ B” Á∆ Ù»«‡≥◊ Í»∆ ’ ÒÚª ª «’ «¬√ Á∂ Ò¬∆ Í»∆ Â∑ª ÎØ’√ ‘Ø ’∂ ’≥Ó ’ √’ªÕ “À∫Ï”Ø «¬º’ ¡À’ÙÈ «ÎÒÓ ‘ÀÕ ¡À’ÙÈ ÓÀ˘ √Ì ÂØ∫ «˜¡≈Á≈ Í√≥Á ‘ÀÕ «¬√ Ò¬∆ «¬√ «ÎÒÓ «Úº⁄ ¡≈͉≈ ÏÀ√‡ Á∂‰ Á∆ ’Ø«ÙÙ ’ª◊≈Õ Ó∂∆ ’Ø«Ù√ «’√∂ Á∆ Íπ‹∆ÙÈ ÒÀ‰ Ò¬∆ È‘∆∫ ÏÒ«’ «¬√ Ò¬∆ ‘ØÚ∂◊∆ «’ ¡≈͉∆ ¡À’«‡≥◊ È≈Ò ¿∞È∑ª ˘ √ÈÓ≈È Á∂ √’ªÕ

Ï≈Ú‹»Á ’À‡∆È≈ Á∂ ¡À’ÙÈ √∆Ș Á∆ ’≈Î∆ Â≈∆Î ‘Ø ‘∆ ‘À Í √ØÒØ Ò∆‚ ØÒ Á∆ ◊ºÒ ’«Á¡ª ’À‡ Á≈ «¬Ù≈≈ «√ºË≈ ’≥◊È≈ ‰Ω Â∂ «Ú«Á¡≈ Ï≈ÒÈ ÚºÒ ‘ÀÕ Áº√‰ÔØ◊ ‘À «’ ÒßÓ∂ √Ó∂∫ ÂØ∫ Ï≈Ò∆Ú∞º‚ Á∆¡ª «Ï‘Â∆È ¡«ÌÈ∂Â∆¡ª ’≥◊È≈ Â∂ «Ú«Á¡≈ √ØÒØ Ò∆‚ ØÒ Á∆¡ª «ÎÒÓª ˘ ¡≈͉∂ ÁÓ ”Â∂ ⁄Ò≈¿∞∫Á∆¡ª ÈÚ∂∫ «’≈‚ √Àµ‡ ’ ‘∆¡ª ‘ÈÕ Ù≈‘∞÷ Á∂ «¬Ò≈Ú≈ «ÎÒÓ «Úº⁄ ’À‡∆È≈ ’ÀÎ ¡Â∂ ¡È∞Ù’≈ ÙÓ≈ Óπº÷ «’Á≈ª «Úº⁄ ‘ÈÕ Ù≈‘∞÷ «¬√ «ÎÒÓ «Úº⁄ ÏΩ‰∂ Á∆ ̱«Ó’≈ «Úº⁄ Ș ¡≈¿∞‰◊∂Õ

Ï≈Ò∆Ú∞º‚ ¡Á≈’≈≈ ’≥◊È≈ ‰Ω Â∂ «ÈÓ≈Â≈«ÈÁ∂Ù’ ’È ‹Ω‘ «Ú⁄≈Ò∂ ⁄ºÒ ‘∆ ’ØÒ‚ Ú≈ ÂØ∫ √Ì Ú≈’Î ‘È Í ‘≈Ò ‘∆ «Úº⁄ ’≥◊È≈ Â∂ ’È ÁØÚª È∂ ‘∆ ¡≈͉∂ «Ú⁄≈Ò∂ √≈∂ «ÚÚ≈Áª ˘ «¬º’ Í≈√∂ º÷ ’∂ «¬º’-Á»‹∂ ˘ ◊Ò∂ Ò≈ «Ò¡≈ ‘ÀÕ ’È Â∂ ’≥◊‰≈ «Úº⁄ ‘ج∂ «ÚÚ≈Á È∂ ’≈Î∆ √π  ÷∆¡ª χØ∆¡ª √ÈÕ ÁØÚª «Ú⁄≈Ò∂ «¬º’-Á»‹∂ ”Â∂ «¬Ò˜≈Ó Ò≈¿∞‰ Á≈ ÁΩ Ú∆ ÒßÏ≈ ⁄º«Ò¡≈ √∆ Í ‘∞‰ √≈‘Ó‰∂ ¡≈¬∆¡ª Â√Ú∆ª ÂØ∫ √≈Î ‘Ø «◊¡≈ ‘À «’ ÁØÚª È∂ «¬√ ’ØÒ‚ Ú≈ ˘ ıÂÓ ’ «ÁºÂ≈ ‘ÀÕ ¡√Ò ”⁄ «¬‘ Â√Ú∆ª “«¬≥‚∆¡≈˜ ÈÀ’√‡ √πÍ√‡≈” Á∂ √Àµ‡ Á∆¡ª ‘È, «‹ºÊ∂ ’≥◊‰≈ Â∂ ’È È∂ ¡≈͉∆ ÁØ√Â∆ ˘ «¬º’ ÓΩ’≈ Á∂‰≈ ÓπÈ≈√Ï √Ó«fi¡≈Õ «¬√ ÁΩ≈È √≈¬∆‡ ”Â∂ Ø«‘ ÙÀµ‡∆ Ú∆ ÓΩ‹Á » √ÈÕ ¿∞Ȫ∑ È∂ Ú∆ ’≥◊‰≈ Â∂

’È È≈Ò «ÓÒ ’∂ ’≈Î∆ Ó√Â∆ ’∆Â∆Õ ’≥◊‰≈, ‹Ω‘ Á∂ ÙØ¡ “’ΩÎ∆ «ÚÁ ’È” «Úº⁄ ◊¬∆ √∆, «‹ºÊ∂ ¿∞È∑ª È∂ ’È Â∂ “ÈÀÍØ«‡˜Ó” ÓÂÒÏ “Í«Ú≈Ú≈Á” ˘ ÚË≈¿∞‰ Á≈ «¬Ò˜≈Ó Ò≈«¬¡≈ √∆Õ ¿∞√ √Ó∂∫ ÂØ ∫ ‘∆ «¬È∑ ª ÁØ Ú ª «Ú⁄≈Ò∂ Ò◊≈Â≈ «¬Ò˜≈ÓÏ≈˜∆ ⁄ºÒ ‘∆ √∆Õ ‘≈Òª«’ ‘∞‰ ÁØÚª Á∆¡ª Â√Ú∆ª ˘ Á∂÷‰ ÂØ∫ Ï≈¡Á «¬‘ ’«‘‰≈ ˆÒ ȑ∆∫ ‘ØÚ◊ ∂ ≈ «’ ’È ‹Ω‘ Â∂ ’≥◊‰≈ «Ú⁄≈Ò∂ ⁄ºÒ ‘∆ «¬√ «¬Ò˜≈ÓÏ≈˜∆ Á∆ ’Û∆ ÷ÂÓ ‘Ø ◊¬∆ ‘ÀÕ ÷À «¬√ ÂØ∫ Ï≈¡Á Ú∆ «¬‘ Á∂÷‰≈ «ÁÒ⁄√Í ‘ØÚ◊ ∂ ≈ «’, ’∆ ’È ‹Ω‘ ’≥◊‰≈ ˘ ’ج∆ «ÎÒÓ ¡≈Î ’Á∂ ‘È ‹ª È‘∆∫ Â∂ ’È ‹∂’ ¡≈Î ’Á∂ ‘È Âª ’≥◊‰≈ ¿∞√ ˘ ’Ï»Ò ’Á∆ ‘À ‹ª È‘∆∫Õ ’È Â∂ ’≥◊‰≈ Á∆ «¬√ ’À«Ó√‡∆ ˘ Á∂÷‰ ÂØ∫ Ï≈¡Á ÎÀÈ√ ’≈Î∆ ÷πÙ ‘؉ Ú≈Ò∂ ‘ÈÕ

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

Friday, January 19th, 2018

jyT (ibRK) sMkRFqI

1512731018

joiqS, Eqy  Eqy 604-751-0220 kro



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1

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myK- kwP vfXU ivkfr, afriQk hfnI, PjLUl df Krcf hovy, mn pryslfn, apmfn df zr, Brf dy pwKo aqy imwqr bMDU qoN lfB, sMqfn df suwK, kfrobfr afs anusfr TIk rhy. dsMbr 16,17,26,27, jnvrI(2018 eI:) 3,4,12,13,asLuwB hn.

Both the goals and beliefs you have established over the last 3 years now move to a stage that will put you under pressure to commit in a serious way during the next 3 years. You can experience a sudden insight this week that encourages a new approach, with your thinking becoming clearer for decision making to mid January.

You will move on from underlying pressure from the expectations of somebody else that has affected your life in an underlying manner for the last 3 years. There are certain things you have had to learn to let go of as well. The next 3 years will lack the same boundaries and encourage you to work out what is important long term.

  ibRK – ishq Krfb, iesqrI pwK nfl axvx, Drm krm ivwc mn lwgy, afmdn – Krc brfbr, dusLmn guwJy ZMg nfl quhfzf nuksfn krngy. dsMbr 18,19,20,28,29, jnvrI(2018 eI:) 5,6,asLuwB hn.

3

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imQn – isr aqy nyqrF ivwc qklIP, afriQk lfB ho ky hfnI hovygI, swty df kMm nf kro, injI lokF qoN suwK imly, dusLmn pRysLfn kry, sLuB kfrj hux pr swt cot qoN bco. dsMbr 21,22,30,31, jnvrI(2018 eI:) 7,8,9,asLuwB hn.

4

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isMG- ishq TIk, ivkfs rfhF qy awgy vDogy, afriQk lfB, nvIN Xojnf bxy, icMqf ivwc vfDf, njLdIkI lokF nfl axbx, sMpqI aqy GrylU JMJt. dsMbr ,16,17,26,27 jnvrI(2018 eI:) 3,4,12,13,asLuwB hn.

6

7  qulf- nyqr-ksLt, vfXU-ivkfr, dusLmnF qon sfvDfn, kfrobfr ivwc vfDf, aqy nvyN nvyN pRogrfm bxn, PjUl df Krc hovy. dsMbr 21,22,30,31, jnvrI(2018 eI:) 7,8,9,asLuwB hn.

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ibRsick – pyt Krfb rhy, ishq vfsqy ivsLsyL Krc hovy, BfeI bMDU qoN suK ilmy, dusLmnF qoN sfvDfn rho, Xfqrf suKdfeI rhy, afmdn Krc brfbr rihx. dsMbr 15,23,24,25, jnvrI(2018 eI:) 1,2,10,11,asLuwB hn.

9



Dn- vfXU rog kfrx prisLfnI, ipafry swjxF nUM ksLt, nvIN Xojnf aqy puwqr qoN hfnI df zr, iesqrI-suwK, Drm-krm ivwc mn lwgy, suLwB kfrj hox. dsMbr ,16,17,26,27 jnvrI(2018 eI:) 3,4,12,13,asLuwB hn.

10  mkr- ishq Krfb, afriQk lfB ho ky ivsLysL Krc hovy, injI jn ksLt, imwqr nfl ivgfV, iesqrI-pwK qoN icMqf. dsMbr 18,19,20,28,29, jnvrI(2018 eI:) 5,6,asLuwB hn.

11  kuMB- ishq TIk, afriQk sMkt kfrx mn prysLfn, injI lokF nfl axbx, nvIn Xojnf aqy Xfqrf ivwc ksLt, iesqrI-suwK, kfrobfr ivec hfnI df zr. dsMbr 21,22,30,31, jnvrI(2018 eI:) 7,8,9,asLuwB hn.

12



mIn – nyqr aqy isr pIVf, PjLUl Krc hovy, Brf nfl axbx, imwqr qoN sihXog, afmdn Krc nfl sMqosLt. dsMbr 15,23,24,25, jnvrI(2018 eI:) 1,2,10,11,asLuwB hn

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Greater attention to detail will be required of you over the next 3 years, which could inhibit your natural skill to take things as they come or deal with them at the time. If you embrace this you can develop the ability to speed up processes through greater efficiency. Praise can be lacking so you need to be content with yourself.

The greater your focus has been in the last 3 years on getting a good foundation in place with any set of circumstances in your life, including family, the more you can enjoy the rewards in the next 3 years. With this can come a greater sense of peace or the ability to relax. Responsibilities involving young people can be important.

Things you have learnt, which can include study or information you have gathered over the last 3 years now take you to the next stage of committing yourself during the next 3 years. You now have to get serious about what you are putting in place because it will form a foundation for a long period of time. It can include family.

There has been a need to apply sense and caution to your personal finances during the last 3 years. What you have learned from this can now open up your mind to all sorts of ideas and possibilities during the next 3 years. To your birthday 2018, you need to keep any sense of impulse under control to make the most of future growth

Saturn moves on from your sign where it has been for the last 3 years putting you under pressure to be serious and responsible and perhaps bringing restrictions into your life. This will now be the case with your finances during the next 3 years. You can do extremely well here as long as you are not wasteful. Fall back on your newfound maturity that should have developed in the last 3 years.

Saturn, your ruling planet, moves into your sign where it will remain for the next 3 years. This will provide plenty of opportunity for you to be successful with any situation you are prepared to commit yourself to. You have natural tendencies towards serious commitment and this can pay hansom dividends, though you might need to teach others to be more responsible, rather than you doing it for them.

Life has directed you to focus in a serious way on priorities that need to be most important in your life during the last 3 years. You have likely changed your view on these as well. During the next 3 years you will need a lot of patience as progress might seem held back as you will need to withdraw a lot for deep considerations.

Commitments and responsibilities have put you under a lot of pressure during the last 3 years. At times it probably felt like overload. As a result, this will now take you to the stage of becoming more acutely aware of what should take priority, based on what you wish to get out of life. These decisions need to come from you.

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kMinaf- gupq icMqf, ishq TIk, Brf df ksLt, rfj pwK sLuB, iesqrI suwK, kfrobfr TIk. dsMbr 18,19,20,28,29, jnvrI(2018 eI:) 5,6,asLuwB hn.

8

You will move out of the realm, which has affected you for the last 3 years, where it has been difficult to know the level of appreciation others really have for your efforts or to know where you stand. You will certainly get more attention in the next 3 years but need to be mindful of just how much responsibility you take on.

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krk- vfXU- ivkfr, afriQk lfB hovy, BfeI bMDU df suwK, nvIN Xojnf aqy sMqfn pwK qoN hfnI df zr, mhIny dy awD qon iesqrI pwK qoN icMqf, Xfqrf ivwc swt lwgx df zr, afmdn nfloN Krc ijafdf. dsMbr 15,23,24,25, jnvrI(2018 eI:) 1,2,3,10,11,asLuwB hn.

5

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he month of January is closely associated with Lohri. It is celebrated by people all over India and abroad by people of Indian heritage. Lohri reminds us of our childhood in India. Groups of boys and girls would go from house to house asking for goodies of different kinds and even cash that were used to buy more goodies and share amongst everyone. Sitting around the bonfire at a central spot in the villages and towns and eating goodies collected and shared was the highlight for not only the children but also adults.

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In order to ensure the success of this special event a number of dedicated women led by Mrs. Kashmir Kaur Johal worked hard all through the week to prepare gift bags of peanuts and rarian to hand out to the participants on January 13. Also, all of them worked tirelessly to prepare delicious langar for the large number of attendees. Giani Tarlochan Singh and his Jatha delighted the devotees with melodious kirtan. All in all, it was a very enjoyable celebration. At the conclusion everyone prayed to God Almighty for the welfare of humanity. On behalf of the Gurdwara Management Committee, President Balbir Singh Jawanda and General Secretary Chain Singh Batth thanked the Sangat, families and helpers for their participation in this special event.

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Here is a list of the children who brought joy and happiness to their families during the past few months: Kaden Singh Basi,Mia Kaur Khatkar,Shay Singh Mann,Amrish Kaur Atwal,Akal Singh Johal,Linnia Shimlo Singh,Jiwan Singh Minhas,Tej Singh Bennett,Ashan Singh Atwal,Karsan Singh Sran, Ania Kaur Hayer,Avneet Kaur Lehal and

Sahibdeep Singh Basra. In addition to that, Manjinder Singh Sidhu and Manpreet Kaur Sidhu celebrated the first Lohri after their wedding earlier. The entire Gurdwara was overflowing with happy and enthusiastic people .

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Lohri is reported to come from the word Loh which means the light and the warmness of fire. It coincides with the festivals like Pongal (in Tamil Nadu), Bhogali, Bhogi and Makara Sakranti (Andhra Pardesh). This is the time when people usually discard old and derelict things and concentrate on new things causing a change or transformation. In Punjab, Lohri is associated with the arrival of a new born baby into a family. It is natural that the celebration of Lohri by NRIs is not the same. However, still there are a lot of commonalties. At India Cultural Centre of Canada Gurdwara Nanak Niwas on Richmond’s Highway to Heaven Lohri is celebrated every year with a great deal of enthusiasm. Like previous years, this year again thirteen families blessed with a child invited their relatives and friends to join them at the Gurdwara and seek blessings of God Almighty for the health and well-being of the newest members of their families.

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iswDU ny jilHafˆvfly bfg leI modI qoˆ mMgy ñúú kroV

mMqrI rfxf gurjIq ny idwqf asqIPf

pMjfb dy kYbint mMqrI nvjoq iswDU ny dyÈ dy pRDfn mMqrI qoˆ jilHafˆvfly bfg trwst dy cyarmYn nirMdr modI nUM icwTI ilKI ik jilHafˆvfl bfg dI kfieaf klp leI ñúú kroV idwqy jfx. AunHfˆ ikhf ik agly sfl jilHafˆvflf bfg dy sfky dy ñúú sfl pUry ho rhy hn qy Aus qoˆ pihlfˆ iewQy ÈhId hoey lokfˆ dI vwzI Xfdgfr bxfeI jf rhI hY . iswDU ny jilHafˆvflf bfg df dOrf krn qoˆ bfad mIzIaf nUM dwisaf ik hirmMdr sfihb qy jilHafˆvflf bfg ivwc hr roË lwKfˆ sYlfnI afAuˆdy hn pr AunHfˆ leI iewQy koeI Kfs pRbMD nhIˆ ijs krky AunHfˆ pRDfn mMqrI nUM icwTI ilK ky ies vwl iDafn dyx leI ikhf hY.

ryq dIafˆ Kwzfˆ dy Tyikafˆ ivwc GplybfËI dy mfmly nUM lY ky sMcfeI mMqrI rfxf gurjIq sMgq drÈn vfˆg srkfrI PMzfˆ dI bfˆdr vMz nhIˆN krygI isMG ny kyˆdrI lIzriÈp dy dbfa hyT asqIPf dy idwqf hY . Kbr hY ik Ausdf puwqr vI kfˆgrs srkfr :jfKV eI zI dI jfˆc ivc inÈfny qy hY qy Aus dI pwuCigwC leI sMmn Byjy gey hn. dyKxf ieh hovygf ik rfxf gurjIq df asqIPf pMjfb dy muwK mMqrI vwloˆ mnËUr huMdf hY ik nhIˆ . pMjfb pRdyÈ kfˆgrs kmytI dy pRDfn sunIl jfKV ny ikhf hY ik sMgq drÈn vfˆg mOjUdf grs srkfr srkfrI PMzfˆ dI bfˆdr vMz nhIˆ krygI ikAuˆik sfbkf gTjoV srkfr pMjfb srkfr df ieMzIan afiel nfl smJoqf, nOjvfnfˆ kfˆ dy rfjkfl `c srkfrI PMzfˆ nUM ies qrHfˆ vMizaf igaf sI ijs df koeI ihsfb hI nhIˆN nUM imlygf roËgfr rwiKaf igaf. jfKV vIrvfr nUM kfˆgrsI vrkrfˆ nfl gwlbfq kr rhy sn . kfˆgrs vrkrfˆ dIafˆ smwisafvfˆ nUM AunHfˆ suixafN aqy mOky `qy hI keI smwisafvfˆ df inptfrf pMjfb srkfr ny sUby ivc bfieE gYs aqy bfieE sI[aYn[jI[ plfNtfˆ dI sQfpnf leI krn dy idÈf-inrdyÈ vI jfrI kr idwqy.AunHfˆ ikhf ik muwK mMqrI kYptn amirMdr isMG BfrqI qyl ingm(afeI[E[sI) ilmtz nfl iek smJOqf (aYm[E[XU) kIqf hY. ies dI soc srkfrI PMzfˆ df lfB afm lokfˆ qk phuMcfAux dI hY . smJOqy nfl lgBg ôúúú nOjvfnfˆ nUM roËgfr imlygf. sUbf srkfr df ieh Auprflf Jony dI prflI sfVn dI rokQfm aqy Zukvyˆ hwl lwBx leI kIqy jf rhy Tos Xqnfˆ df prl gruwp dy kroVpqI aYmzI df vI krËf mfP ! ihwsf hY. muwK mMqrI dI hfËrI ivc afeI[E[sI ny pMjfb ibAUro afP ieMzstrIal pRmoÈn(pI[bI[afeI[pI) qy pMjfb AUrjf ivkfs aQfrtI(pyzf) nfl smJOqf shIbMd kIqf. iksfnfˆ dy krË mfPI sUcI ivwc prl gruwp (pIeysIaYl) dy aYm[zI suKdyv isMG df ies nfl sUbf srkfr vwloˆ idwqIafˆ jfx vflIafˆ pRvfngI aqy irafieqfˆ pI[bIafeI[pI vwloˆ nfm vI Èfml hY . lokfˆ nfl TwgI krn dy ielËfm qihq jylH kwt rhy suKdyv isMG df mhuweIaf krvfeIafˆ jfxgIafˆ jdik qknIkI sihXog leI pyzf nUM nfmËd kIqf igaf. srkfr ny iewk lwK ÷ô hËfr df krË mfP kIqf hY. ropV iËlyH dy ipMz JwlIafˆ klfˆ ivwc koafpRyitv susfietI ivwc lwgI sUcI ivwc Aus df nfm òövyˆ nMbr Auwyqy drjL hY.ropV dy sYˆtrl koafpRyitv bYˆk dy iËlfH mYnyjr gurbfË isMG ny dwisaf ik suKdyv isMG dI akflI ktfAuxgy kfˆgrsIafˆ qoˆ isr ! JwlIafˆ klfˆ ivwc do eykV ËmIn hY . AunHfˆ ikhf ik irkfrz muqfbk Aus ny krËf ilaf akflI ivDfiek hirMdrpfl cMdUmfjrf vwloˆ kfˆgrs `qy gYˆgstr nUM pnfh dyx qy guMzf hY qy srkfr dI nIqI qihq Auh vI lfBpfqrI bxdf hY . soc dy mflk hox df ielËfm lfieaf hY. AunHfˆ aYlfn kIqf ik agly mhIny pMj akflI iswK kqlyafm dy ñøö kysfˆ dI jfˆc leI nvIˆ lIzr kfˆgrs pRDfn rfhul gfˆDI dy Gr isr vZfAux leI jfxgy.drasl awj pitaflf ivwc akflI dl vwloˆ kYptn amirMdr isMG dy mihl dy iGrfE leI gurduafrf sRI gurU aYsafeItI kfiem isMG sBf ivwc iekwT kIqf igaf.ieh iGrfE kfˆgrsI lIzr hirMdr hYrImfn dy isr kwt ky lY afAux dy ibafn dy ivwruD ivwc sI .snOr qoˆ kfˆgrs dy hfry AumIdvfr hirMdrpfl iswK kqlyafm dy ñøö kysfˆ dI awgy jfˆc leI idwlI hfeIkort dy sfbkf jsits aYsaYn hYrI mfn duafrf ikrpfnfˆ vMzx qy ivroDIafˆ dy isr vwZx dy ivvfdq ibafn dy ivroD ZIˆNgrf dI agvfeI hyT iqMn mYˆbrI ivÈyÈ jfˆc tIm (iswt) bxf idwqI geI hY . iswt ivc akflI kYptn df Gr Gyrn jf rhy hn .ies dOrfn jdoˆ akflI iekwTy ho rhy sI qfˆ dy hor mYˆbrfˆ `c ihmfcl pRdyÈ dy òúúö bYc dy mOjUdf afeIpIaYs aPsr aiBÈyk puils ny sfry akflI gurduafrf sfihb ivwc bMd kr idwqy. ies mOky ivDfiek hirMdrpfl duwlfr qy afeIjI rYˆk dy syvfmukq aiDkfrI rfjdIp isMG Èfml hn .suprIm kort dy cIP jsits dIpk imÈrf dI agvfeI hyTly bYˆc ny ivÈyÈ jfˆc tIm nUM do mhIinafN `c cMdUmfjrf ny puils vwloˆ gurUGr nUM ijMdry lfAux nUM byadbI dwisaf. irport jmfˆ krfAux leI ikhf hY . ies mfmly dI aglI suxvfeI ñù mfrc nUM hovygI .

BrqI Gutfly `c rvI iswDU nUM ÷ sfl kYd

muhflI dI ivÈyÈ adflq ny bhu cricq iBRÈtfcfr dy kys ivwc pMjfb pbilk srivs kimÈn dy sfbkf cyarmYn rvI iswDU nUM ÷ sfl dI sËf qy ÷õ lwK rupey df Ëurmfnf kIqf hY . adflq ny krIb ñõ sfl purfxy iBRÈtfcfr(pYsy lY ky gËitz aiDkfrIafˆ nUM nOkrI dyx) dy mfmly ivwc rvI iswDU nUM ieh sËf suxfeI hY .ies mfmly ivwc nfmËd õ mulËmfˆ gurdIp isMG mncMdf qy AunHfˆ dI pqnI suirMdr kOr,prmjIq isMG,pRym sfgr qy rxjIq isMG DIrf nUM brI kr idwqf igaf hY . rvI iswDU nUM sËf idvfAux ivwc pMjfb puils dy zIafeIjI jskrn isMG dI srkfrI gvfh vjoˆ gvfhI Kfs mMnI jf rhI hY.

blfqkfrI bfby ivrwuD dUjy kys dI jfˆc leI zyrf isrsf puwjI sIbIafeI blfqkfr dy kys ivwc sËf Bugq rhy zyrf isrsf dy muKI gurmIq rfm rhIm dIafˆ muÈklfˆ hor vD skdIafˆ hn . zyrf muKI ivruwD afpxy syvfdfr sfDUafˆ nUM npuMsk bxfAux dy mfmly ivwc CfxbIx krn leI awj sI[bI[afeI dI tIm zyrf isrsf phuMcI. tIm afpxy nfl gurmIq rfm rhIm dy zrfeIvr rih cuwky Kwtf isMG nUM vI lY ky afeI. sI[bI[afeI ny zyrf isrsf dy mwuK dPqr dy purfxy zyry ivwc CfxbIx kIqI. tIm ny mIzIaf qoˆ dUrI bxfeI rwKI pr sUqrfˆ muqfbk sI[bI[afeI ny kuJ lokfˆ dy ibafn klmbwD kIqy hn . ies dy nfl hI sI[bI[afeI[ ny AunHfˆ Qfvfˆ df dOrf kIqf ijnHfˆ nUM iÈkfieqkrqf sfDUafˆ ny npuMsk bxfAux dI jgHf dwisaf sI . PAGE 34

jsits loieaf dI mOq nfl juiVaf suprIm kort dy jwjfˆ df ivvfd ? sohrfbuwdIn ÈyK muTByV mfmly dI suxvfeI krn vfly sI[bI[afeI dy ivÈyÈ jwj bI[aYc[ loieaf dI ÈwkI hflfq ivwc hoeI mOq dI jfˆc bfry vwzf ivvfd KVHf ho igaf hY . suprIm kort dy cfr sInIar jwjfˆ ny awj pRYs kfnPrMs kridafˆ ies ÈwkI mOq df vI iËkr kIqf. pwqrkfr imlxI ivwc jdoˆ jwjfˆ nUM puwiCaf igaf ik kI ieh ivvfd jsits loieaf dI ÈwkI hflfq ivwc hoeI mOq nfl juiVaf hY ? qfˆ jvfb ivwc jsits gogoeI ny ikhf , “jI hfˆ”.kyˆdrI eyjMsI ny kys ivwc Bfjpf dy mOjUdf pRDfn aimq Èfh nUM vI cfrjÈIt kIqf sI . jsits ibRjgopfl hirikÈn loieaf iesy kys dI suxvfeI kr rhy sn, jdoˆ AunHfˆ dI ÈwkI hflfq ivwc mOq ho geI sI .hux jwj loieaf dI mOq df swc jfxn leI dfier ptIÈn `qy suprIm kort ivwc suxvfeI jfrI hY .

mnIÈ issodIafˆ ikAuˆ nhINˆ af rhy pMjfb afm afdmI pfrtI ny kfPI smfˆ pihlfˆ idwlI dy Auwp muwK mMqrI mnIÈ issodIafˆ nUM pMjfb df ieMcfrj bxfieaf sI. Aus smyˆ qoˆ pMjfb dy vrkr mnIÈ issodIafˆ dy pMjfb afAux df ieMqËfr kr rhy hn pr issodIafˆ ajy qwk pMjfb nhIˆN afey . afm afdmI pfrtI dI kwlH nUM aihm bYTk hox jf rhI hY pr Aus ivwc mnIÈ issodIafˆ nhINˆ puwj rhy. pihlfˆ ikhf igaf sI ik mnIÈ ies bYTk dI agvfeI krngy.drasl jdoˆ qoˆ idwlI `c afm afdmI pfrtI ny do gupiqaf nUM rfj sBf `c Byijaf hY ,AudoN qoˆ pUry dyÈ `c afm afdmI pfrtI dy vrkr pfrtI qoˆ nfrfË hn .


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ñùøô dy dMigafN `qy kYptn df vwzf ibafn, grmfeI pMjfb dI isafsq ñùøô dy iswK dMigafN `qy ijwQy pMjfb dy muwK mMqrI kYptn amirMdr isMG ny suprIm kort dy PYsly df suafgq kIqf,AuQy hI AunHfˆ ny ñùøô dMigafˆ `c swjx kumfr aqy Drmdfs ÈfsqrI dI BUimkf hox dI vI gwl khI . AunHfˆ dy ies ibafn qoˆ bfad pMjfb dI isafsq grmf geI hY . ijwQy akflI dl dy afgU zf[ dljIq isMG cImf ny kYptn amirMdr isMG `qy isafsI hmlf kIqf.AunHfˆ ny ikhf ik kYptn amirMdr isMG ny doÈIaf df nfˆ lYx `c bhuq dyr kr idwqI. AuQy hI afp afgU qy ñùøô dy dMigafN dy pIVqfˆ dy vkIl aYwc,aYs PUlkf ny ikhf ik Auh kYptn amirMdr isMG dy ibafn dI ÈlfGf krdy hn.

hnIpRIq ny CyqI hI `bfhr afAux df kIqf aYlfn adflq `c pyÈI qy afeI rfm rhIm bfby dI god leI DI hnIpRIq afÈfvfdI jfpI qy afpxy mYˆbrfˆ nUM jylHoˆ CyqI hI bfhr afAux df Brosf dyx bfry pqf lwgf hY . hnIpRIq ivrwuD adflq ivwc doÈ qYa kIqy jfxy sn pr afpxy vkIlfˆ sdkf hnIpRIq nUM afrËI rfhq iml geI.adflq ny aglI suxvfeI òñ PrvrI `qy pf idwqI hY . sUqrfˆ muqfbk hnIpRIq ny afpxI suxvfeI mOky pirvfrk mYˆbrfˆ nUM keI vfr ikhf ik qusI icMqf nf kro mY CyqI hI bfhr afvfˆgI .

kYptn ivdyÈI gurduafirafˆ `c dfKlf rokx dy iKlfP mwuK mMqrI kYptn amirMdr isMG ny kYnyzf qy amrIkf `c BfrqI aPsrfˆ qy lIzrfˆ df gurduafirafˆ `c dfKlf rokx nUM iswKI Drm dI rvfieq dy ivruwD `c dwisaf hY.AunHfˆ ikhf ik gurU Gr sB leI hY, cfhy Auh iswK hovy jfˆ gYr iswK.AunHfˆ ikhf ik AunHfˆ dy dfKly nUM rokxf byhwd glq hY . AunHf ikhf ik ies qoˆ pihlfˆ iswK ieiqhfs `c kdy ieh nhINˆ hoieaf. kYptn ny ikhf ik PiqhgVH sfihb dy ÈhIdI joV myly dI qrHfˆ hor ÈhIdI joV myilafˆ `qy vI ÈhIdI kfnPrMsfˆ nhINˆ hoxIafˆ cfhIdIafˆ. AunHfˆ ikhf ik horfˆ pfrtIafˆ nUM akfl qKq sfihb dy PYsly dI sLlfGf krnI cfhIdI hY.

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oday, there are more than 122,000 British Columbians living in the province who have been diagnosed with cancer in the past decade – this is about 2.7 per cent of the population. The number of cancer survivors in the province has grown steadily with the growth and aging of the population; at the same time, cancer survival rates have increased for most common cancers further increasing the number of British Columbians who have survived a diagnosis of cancer.

When cancer is your “new normal” to offer support? BC Cancer Agency has spokespeople available for interviews on these topics to coincide with National Cancer Survivors’ Day this Sunday, June 4.

Sunaina Sharma is living with stage four medullary-type breast cancer and, like many people who have survived cancer, continues to suffer from major depressive episodes as a result of it. She sees her cancer as a result of living a fast-paced, type-A lifestyle that did not allow her a chance “stop and breathe.” Nowadays Sunaina But when treatments end the struggle coaches people living with cancer to is still not over for many. Some con- help them reclaim what she calls their tinue to face cognitive issues like “new normal”. depression or sleep deprivation. Oth- “I was a workaholic and nothing ers may have body image anxiety or else. When I was first diagnosed with challenges returning to work. What cancer in 2004, I was in complete is it like to be a “cancer survivor” denial. I headed back to work and did and what’s the best way for others everything I’d done before. I’m not

“Just because treatment has ended for someone that has survived an experience with cancer, does not mean that cancer is over for them. They may have to deal with the disease for the rest of their lives. Not just physically, but psychological, socially and emotionally. For those that are living with cancer, what they say they need most Sarah Sample is a social worker and is to be seen and heard; to be encourprofessional practice leader in Patient aged and supported to move forward and Family Counselling at the BC in their own way, in their own time.” Cancer Agency in Vancouver. She has been at the Agency working with Read more here: http://www.bccanpatients and families dealing with cer.bc.ca/about/news-stories/stories/ when-cancer-is-your-new-normal cancer for 25 years. embarrassed to admit that I’ve grown more in the last few years than I did in the 50 years previous to that. After this experience, I like to compare cancer to the pit in a cherry: while the pit might appear to get in the way of the fruit, if you plant it, it may produce more cherries.”

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For the Record: It’s Okay to Be Offended Welcome to 2018. I’d like to start the new year by letting you know that “I’m okay with you being offended.”

As noted in my introduction, the tone of this column is somewhat facetious. However, it does beg the question: Why do we get so easily offended? Here I will turn to speaker and author Ryan Michler (Order of Man) who breaks down the process of being offended – more specifically, why we respond the way we do.

You see, I have reached a point where I am simply too exhausted to always second guess everything I say for the sake of political correctness. Thus, it would simply be easier to make my Michler begins with examining our peace with the idea of offending you. own attitude. Are we being hyperNow before I go any further, I should sensitive because we lack an ability point out a couple of things. First, to accept other people’s perspectives? I am being mildly facetious (so Is our nature to be defensive? Do please, don’t be offended). Second, we tend to react from an emotional I am not talking about intentionally (generally speaking, irrational) place? using words or engaging in actions If any of these apply, Michler sugthat are deigned to sadden, discour- gests that “we are missing-out!” age, hurt, offend or otherwise cause Whether it be taking a negative critinegative emotions in others. What cism and turning it in to a learning I am talking about is the notion that opportunity, to being able to check getting offended is simply a part of your emotions at the door and focus life. More importantly – and this is on evidence-based decision making, the part more and more people seem being offended can bring with it an to forget – when you get offended, opportunity for individual growth that should not be missed. nothing actually happens! I suppose it was Christmas that brought this out in me (I know… the irony). The thing is, once again we had to navigate the choppy waters of political correctness as we found ourselves asking if it’s still ‘okay’ to wish people a Merry Christmas, or if it’s ‘offensive’ and we should therefore wish them Happy Holidays. As a person of faith, I wish people a Merry Christmas because I believe in the ‘reason for the season’. When I do wish someone a Merry Christmas I have no agenda other than to extend my best wishes. Let me also state that I am never offended when someone of a different religious or cultural belief wishes me well. I don’t get offended when someone of Asian descent wishes me Happy New Year in the middle of February as part of the Chinese New Year. I don’t get offended when someone of South Asian descent wishes me Happy Diwali in October. I don’t get offended when my Jewish friends wish me Happy Hanukah. Why? Because it’s not about the words, but rather the spirit and sentiments behind them.

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Michler then goes on to talk about root causes. He breaks down the notion of being offended in to three basic categories: insecurity, guilt and being an ‘idiot’. With respect to insecurity, this is perhaps the most difficult thing to make one’s peace with because it requires a degree of both emotional intelligence and resiliency. As to guilt, this one is interesting because we know if we’re guilty of something, and yet it still offends us that someone else can think so little of us! Finally, when it comes to being an ‘idiot’, that one is simple – some people speak from a place of opinion rather than knowledge. Thus, you already know they are full of… you know… so it truly shouldn’t bother you.

son it’s up to you to change your circumstances to limit those experiences in your own life. Finally, and most importantly, be grounded in who you are. So long as you’re living a life based on your principle and conviction, you can always rise above the rest without feeling the need to call people out or get unnecessarily offended. Justin P. Goodrich is the Managing Partner of Alliance In short... let’s dialPublic & Government Relations. back all the rhetoric Previous editions of ‘For The Record’ can be found around ‘being ofonline at: www.patrika.ca/for-the-record. fended’ and take a little more personal around us – after all, that’s also a part ownership with respect to how we respond to the people and situations of living in a democracy!

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So then, if you are among those who get easily offended on a regular basis, Michler suggests the following: First, always look at the source. If they lack credibility, shrug it off. Alternatively, if they are credible and you know them to be well-intentioned and non-malicious, then give them the benefit of the doubt. Next, avoid people or situations that offend you. If you are genuinely a sensitive per-

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Do you have a special memory or memorabilia to share from either Philip Sheffield High (PSHS) or Elementary School? If so, The Reach, who is partnering with some of those alumni, Abbotsford Virtual School and UFV would love to hear from you. These history advocates have joined forces to collect and record the personal memories of students and collect memorabilia in preparation of developing an online history and exhibition of the school. When Philip Sheffield closed in 2007, the closing ceremony was attended by hundreds of former high school and elementary school students and

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same time, Sheffield had taken on improvements to the existing Sumas Abbotsford Consolidated High School: the construction of a new community auditorium and state of the art trades facility funded jointly by the Province and the community. Built adjacent to the high school, the 800 seat auditorium provided a venue for local community The individual school districts of Ab- events and the trades wing housed botsford, Sumas and Matsqui had just manual training and home economics become the first amalgamated school rooms. district in the province of BC. Philip Sheffield was hired to administer the Sheffield did not live to see the complemerger and pave the way for future tion of his vision for Abbotsford educadevelopment, improvements to school tion but when the auditorium was dedifacilities and reorganization of cur- cated in December 1936, the school riculum and teaching staffs. At the was renamed the Philip Sheffield teachers who shared fond memories of their time there. “Philip Sheffield High School was the cutting edge of education when it opened in 1936,” says Kris Foulds, The Reach Curator of Historical Collections, “and most of Abbotsford’s civic leaders attended PSHS.”

Memorial High School in the devoted board administrator’s honour. It was replaced by Abbotsford Senior Secondary in 1955 and shifted its mandate to the education of elementary students in conjunction with Abbotsford Elementary, which housed primary grades. Abbotsford Elementary closed in 2005 but the building housed a new educational direction, the Abbotsford Virtual School. Once bursting at the seams with students: two to a desk and attending class in storage areas at times, declining inner city enrollment forced the School District to close Philip Sheffield in 2007.


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Auh Jwt boilaf PVI nhIN EdF hI JUTf kys pvfieaf sI myry qy, ijwdF ieMdrf gFDI qy asfm ivwc ryhVI qoN kulcy Koh ky Kfx df kys pfieaf igaf sI. dysL BgqF AuWqy ieho ijhy kys bxdy eI rihMdy ny. mYN qF asUlF sLurUafq Aus ny mhwlf suDfr kmytI bxf vflf bMdf hF.” ky ieh kih ky kIqI ik muhwly ivwc gMd rfq nUM kuMBf rfm ny afx ploisaf qF cMdf hY. sPfeI hoxI cfhIdI hY. Aus kmytI ivwc isMG cflI ku hjLfr rupey btor ky mYdfn pRDfn qF iksy hor nUM bxf idwqf igaf qy ivwcoN htxf mMn igaf. svyry sLihr dy muwK skwqrI dfs dy dosq cMdf isMG nUM iml geI cONk ivwc Aus ny aYlfn kIqf, Brfvo bVf sI. aglI svyr Aus ny sqwqr rupey Krc pfp ho cwilaf sI. rfq suPny ivwc Bfrq ky As kmytI dy pYz Cpvf ilaFdy qy ngr mfqf dy drsLn hoey. Aus ny ikhf, ‘cMdf pfilkf nUM noits jfrI kr idwqf ik iewk isMGf, qUM asUlF vflf bMdf eyN, ieh kI krn hPqy dy ivwc sPLfeI krn df pRbMD kro. rfq lwgf eyN? svyry AWuT ky gFDI jI dI qsvIr nUM ngrpfilkf dy sPfeI mjLdUrF df myt awgy DUP dy ky hy rfm afiKaf mfPI mMgI imlx afieaf. Aus ny vfhvf pIqI hoeI sI. qy hux mYN muV ky kFgrs ivwc sLfiml hox Aus df mUz dyK ky cMdf isMG ny vI boql kwZ df aYlfn krdy hoey kfgjL vfips lY irhF ilaFdI. pqf nhIN dohF ny kI Kf ky goNd guMdI, hF. AuNj vI quhfnUM pqf hY ik, myry bfpU nMU svyr nUM sfry muhwly dy gMd dIaF ryhVIaF aMgryjLF vyly jylH kwtxI peI sI, asIN dysL suDfr sBf dy pRDfn dy bUhy awgy jf KVHIaF Bgq Kfndfn….” kIqIaF qy Gyry Gyry KVy mjLdUrF nUM sMboDn krky cMdf isMG bolx lwgf, Brfvo, mYN hF iksy ny hyToN tok ky ikhf, “ Aus nUM qF zfky quhfzf Brf, afpF grIb gurby lok. sfzI dy kys ivwc jylH hoeI sI.” suDfr sBf df pRDfn aYnI GtIaf krqUq cMdf isMG ny ikhf, ‘hF, zfkf mfiraf sI, krU, mYN soc vI nhIN sI skdf. Auhny quhfzy Bfrq Cwzo aMdoln’ vfsqy pfrtI nUM pYsy dI iZwz Auqy lwq mfrI qy arjLI AuWqy myrf nF loV sI, AuNj sfzf bfp bVf asUlF vflf JUTf eI ilK idwqf. mYN qy asUlF vflf bMdF bMdf sI.” hF, ieho jihaF nfl nhIN rih skdf. awj tokx vflf iPr boilaf, ‘Eey luitaf qF qoN quhfzy nfl hF. muhwlf kmytI dy pRDfn qoN zolf sI qyry bfp ny…….’ muafPI mMgvOx mgroN cMdf isMG dy Gr cfh pfxI pINidaF sPfeI mjLdUr XUnIan bx cMdf isMG ny ikhf, ‘hF zolf eI luwitaf sI, geI qy cMdf isMG nUM pRDfn bxf ilaf igaf. Auh zolf aMgryjLF dy tozI df sI qyry vrgy iksy df.’ rOly rwpy ivwc Aus dy glL kuMBf Aus sLfm jdoN imlx afieaf qF bVy josL rfm ny hfr pf idwqy. ivwc dfs nUM vI ieho afKI jfvy , ‘pfdsLfho’ asIN asUlF vfly bMdy hF. iesy leI pfrtI agly sfl hoeI asYNblI AWup cox ivwc jdoN ivwc bVI CyqI sfzI QF bx geI hY. sLihr iPr itkt qoN nFh ho geI, qF Auh akflIaF EdoN dfs nUM cMdf isMG ‘hoxhfr ibrvfn ky ickny-ickny pfq’ vflI gwl nhIN sI idsI, pr Auh qF eynf iqwKf inkilaf, beI kmfl eI kr igaf.

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Friday, January 19th, 2018 Slow and steady wins the race is Diana Penty's mantra in life and the actor says she prefers waiting for "quality" work rather than picking anything and everything that comes her way. The 32-year-old actor, who made her Bollywood debut in 2012 with Cocktail, said she never gives her nod to a project if she is unsure about the part offered. "I don't want to be in films just to look good. I want to contribute as an actor towards quality cinema. I do wait for the correct offer to come my way. It takes a long time but till the time I am not 100 percent sure about doing it, I don't do it. One has to be patient in waiting for good offers," Diana said. The actor said she feels blessed that she is getting opportunities to play different characters. "Personally, you have these little goals for yourself as an actor to keep on reinventing yourself with every film and it feels good when people notice it," she added. Diana will next be seen in Parmanu - The Story Of Pokhran and Happy Bhaag Jayegi sequel. In Parmanu - The Story Of Pokhran, the actor plays the role of an Army officer. The film also stars John Abraham.

Hrithik most handsome actor in the world He has beaten Hollywood's most famous actors to become the most handsome actor in the world. Bollywood Hrithik Roshan dominates No. 1 position in the List of Most Handsome Actors in the World, featured by World's Top Most. The list also hosts Bollywood Actor Salman Khan at Number 5 position.Hrithik emerges as the Most Handsome Actor of 2018 in the World, beating International names like Robert Pattinson, Taiwan actor Godfrey Gao, Chris Evans, David Boreanaz, Canadian star Noah Mills, Henry Cavill, Tom Hiddleston and Sam Heughan. The list accounts the actors for their looks, global fan following, Box office worth and Brand endorsements.Hrithik Roshan earlier has bagged titles like Sexiest Asian Man, Hottest Man on the planet, closer home the actor is regarded as the 'Greek God' of Bollywood.The actor, who turned 44, is prepping for his first biopic based on the life of mathematics genius Anand Kumar, titled Super 30.

I have always been a tomboy : Zareen

Don't want to be in films just to look good : Diana Megastar Amitabh Bachchan says he feels proud of the fact that cinema has the power to bring nations together. "French Ambassador invites me to Bonjour India a Ballet performance... American Con Gen invites me for tea to meet ex Ambassador... Ambassadors/ Con Gen of Japan, Australia, Israel and Pakistan visit and pay social calls. Honoured that Cinema brings nations together," Bachchan tweeted. The 75-year-old actor is currently busy filming his upcoming movie "Thugs of Hindostan". The Yash Raj Films project, directed by Vijay Krishna Acharya.

Cinema brings nations together: Amitabh Every girl has a superpower : Yami Actress Yami Gautam feels that every girl has a superpower that makes her strong and special.the "Kaabil" actress said: "I am a huge fan of Wonder Woman and I have the shoes too. I wish I could be like her one day, she is just amazing.""She is everything a girl is all about. I feel that every girl has a superpower that makes her strong, special and unique, and I really think that we should show it to the world and why not?" she said: "It is so wonderful to see these young kids and their confidence. When I was 18 years old, I could not even say my own name on stage, let alone perform."

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Shenaz Treasury, best remembered for her film Ishq Vishq, says she has not limited herself to acting as it might become frustrating to depend solely on the profession. Despite having a career spanning over 15 years, Shenaz, who is also a writer, said she cannot think of doing films all her life till she establishes herself. "I love acting. But unless you are a superstar like Deepika Padukone or Priyanka Chopra... Unless you get to that level, I don't think that's (acting) the only thing you should do.""I feel so blessed that I've written a screenplay ('Luv Ka The End'), I am writing a book, I do travelogue. I make money not so much from acting but my travelogue... Being just an actor would be quite frustrating," Shenaz said. The actor said she is not bothered about being seen on celluloid as she was never hungry for fame. "I never wanted to be famous, that was not my dream. I just like being creative. Be it doing films or a Netflix show, 'The Big Sick', or the movie I shot in America called 'My Cousin Sister's Wedding'. I do these roles but it doesn't matter if it's Hollywood or Bollywood."Shenaz, who was last seen in the recently-released film Kaalakaandi, said she prefers quality over quantity even if it results in less films coming her way. The actor is now looking forward to her book of memoiristic essays, "All He Left Me Was A Recipe". Talking about the book, Shenaz said,

Actress Zareen Khan, who will soon be seen performing action stunts in her upcoming film "One Day", says she has always been a tomboy. "I have always been a tomboy. I'd love to do action films and that is the reason I took up this role because people have seen a very different side of me. I am playing a police officer in 'One Day'. I have never done any of this. people have never seen me in something like this, they have seen me in a glamorous avatar and looking hot," Zareen said from Mumbai. Talking about the film, the "Hate Story 2" actress said: "Yes, and I am so excited about it because a lot of people don't really know the real me and I really want people to know this side of me. people have this impression of me that she is this beautiful bimbette and a dumb person. I am not a dumb person I am much more to myself." The actress, who has mostly portrayed a girl-next-door and bold characters on screen, says it will be a change of image with "One Day". "It's going to be a different 360 degree change from that and of course action is something I always wanted to do. So here's my chance,"she added.

I never wanted to be famous

Shenaz Treasury "It's a funny book about little stories in my life, different men in my life and different recipes I learned. Mostly recipes of food and life lessons."

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