Life experience has taught me that being gay is a part of nature and God’s plan. It is not an illness that needs to be treated or changed. I am writing this because I feel it is time for the major faiths of the world to embrace and accept gays and lesbians and this includes welcoming them into their place of worship. My reasons for coming to this conclusion are detailed below. Homosexuality exists in hundreds of species in nature. The human species is a part of nature and we are all a part of God’s creation. Why would...Read More
Author: Alex Sangha
Below is what I believe to be a common sense 15-point plan to fight crime. 1) Hire new Surrey RCMP police officers to keep pace with population growth and the needs of the city. 2) The Surrey RCMP force needs to be diverse and representative of the community it serves to build trust and integrity with the population. 3) Surrey needs to compare the number of police officers per capita with other comparable cities in Canada and around the world. An analysis of cities that have low crime rates needs to be completed and similar strategies can be applied...Read More
“Mr. Alex Sangha was in attendance and presented Council with his proposal for the future of Surrey as a modified ward/riding system. Mr. Sangha commented on the rapid growth of Surrey and outlined the need for a ward/riding system. He added that he has provided Public Affairs with a copy of a document he has prepared supporting this system. Mr. Sangha advised that he has recently returned from Kent, England, where he has researched the Ward system in operation. He went on to discuss the benefits of a ward/riding system, and pointed out that without such a system, it...Read More
I live in a beautiful relatively new glass tower adjacent to King George Skytrain. It’s a Concord Pacific development. My building has a concierge, games room, movie theatre, bowling alley, fully-equipped gym, steam room, among other amenities. Holland Park, SFU Surrey, and Central City Mall are all across the street. I have a secure underground parking spot in the heart of the new Surrey City Centre. I basically have been living in my own protected bubble for the last couple of years. I decided to step out of my comfort zone recently to discover the neighbourhood and get into...Read More
Many people argue that the best way to help someone and improve their quality of life is to give them a job. This may be true, however, I would also argue that one of the best ways to help someone is to teach them and give them the skills and resources to become their own boss. Most people would agree that we need to have a healthy private sector to support government programs and services. So, how can we nurture and develop our private sector? We can tap into the skill, talent, creativity, and innovation of our youth to...Read More
Have you ever experienced a craving for your Baba’s home-cooked dinner? With a piping hot bowl of borscht served with a generous slice of rye bread and hearty helpings of perogies and cabbage rolls?
I had just such a yearning last week and it made me think of my sweet grandmother and her love of feeding people great quantities of… read more ❯
7-Eleven Canada’s Slurpee Crazy Hair Day is back and will kick off summer with wacky hairdos as fun and colourful as Slurpee. A rainbow of vibrant styles will ring in the sun-soaked, fun-filled days ahead. For the second year, Slurpee lovers are invited to put their heads together and come up with their wildest crazy hair… read more ❯
Meet Anu Chouhan (Anumation)
Anu Chouhan is an illustrator from Surrey BC, Canada. Growing up, she always knew she wanted to pursue an artistic career and spent a lot of time… read more ❯
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