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'I hope and pray that 2017 is the year that brings peace in our world,' writes columnist Japreet Lehal
U.S. election serves as reminder to protect diversity
The Charter of Rights and Freedoms should include a right to a healthy environment, writes youth columnist Japreet Lehal
All systems have their pros and cons and we need to build greater momentum around this issue .
New legislation could spur change for the better, writes Japreet Lehal
Millions of pounds of food are wasted in Canada annually, even though many families struggle with poverty and hunger.
While progress has been made in addressing and helping to end discrimination, we still have a lot of work to do.
We need policies that benefit the majority of British Columbians, not just a small number of wealthy individuals and corporations.
New provincial legislation is needed to help prevent domestic abuse
The province should introduce a law which allows victims to take leave from work and seek help.
All levels of government should do more to help put an end to violence and abuse.
True prosperity only exists when every person in society has opportunities.
Non-biodegradable bags need regulation, elimination, writes youth columnist Japreet Lehal.
It is estimated that on a yearly basis in Canada, 2.86 billion plastic bags are used, much to the detriment of the environment.
Foreign policy should include holding governments accountable for their actions.
Canada needs to step up and aid Saudi Arabian blogger Raif Badawi, writes PAN columnist Japreet Lehal.
Despite repeated calls for a poverty-reduction strategy, the provincial government has not adequately addressed its citizens' needs.
One in five, or 167,810 children, live in poverty in this province.
Our youth deserve a system that helps them and puts their interests first, writes columnist Japreet Lehal.
It is often said that the true measure of our society’s success is based on how we treat the most vulnerable.