Bringing Compassion to Canada

Bringing Compassion to Canada

Many of us living in developed countries such as Canada will never experience poverty to the degree that those living in developing and third world countries continuously do. We live in our comfortable homes and go to work in our soaring glass towers wrapped up in our...
Meet the Children of Harmony House

Meet the Children of Harmony House

It was an early Monday morning and I excitedly, yet nervously, stepped into Harmony House. Harmony House consists of two villas that have been converted into centres for the children of the Gurgaon slums. As I pushed through the black steel gates of Harmony House, I...
Desi Santa is Coming to Town

Desi Santa is Coming to Town

Bruce Kehler is known as a man with a big heart, and a tradition of giving! Over the years Bruce has given a lot; so much in fact, that the number of causes that he has supported and continues to support cannot be listed here. Needless to say, there are many causes...
Robin Dhir Mentor & Motivator

Robin Dhir Mentor & Motivator

Who is Robin Dhir? He is a strategic advisor, property developer, philanthropist, mentor, motivator, husband, and father. Mr. Dhir the son of Punjabi born parents, was born in Vancouver and raised in Burnaby, British Columbia. After graduating high school with many...
Your Tax Dollars at Work

Your Tax Dollars at Work

Election season is upon us, and British Columbians should be prepared for a blizzard of spending announcements and bad policy choices. It kicked off in late July when the Christy Clark government changed its mind on a foreign homebuyer’s tax. After years of making the...
Casteism

Casteism

In 1955, the Constitution of India enacted the Untouchability Act, which was later renamed as the Protection of Civil Rights Act, which abolished the caste system. Yet, despite this legislation caste still appears to be a central prejudice which affects many people....