Nishan Duraiappah: A Role Model for Aspiring Public Servants

November 8, 2015 8:56 AMComments Off on Nishan Duraiappah: A Role Model for Aspiring Public Servants
Nishan Duraiappah: A Role Model for Aspiring Public Servants

By Harrish Thirukumaran On a mid-afternoon post-Halloween November 1st in Markham, Ontario, the Monsoon Journal obtained the opportunity to chat with police officer, Nishan Duraiappah, whom recently became a Deputy Chief of Police for Halton Region Police Services (HRPS): New Role in diverse community After being appointed to his new […]

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Act Today to Change Tomorrow

November 6, 2015 1:48 AMComments Off on Act Today to Change Tomorrow
Act Today to Change Tomorrow

By: Krishni Narine (Hons. B.A.) The month of November highlights many important dates; from Remembrance Day on November 11th, to World Diabetes Day on November 14th. Many men at the beginning of November even grow their moustaches for Movember to create awareness to Prostate Cancer. Health has become a prominent […]

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Justin Trudeau becomes Canada’s new Prime Minister and is “now ready” to make a “real change”

October 20, 2015 9:37 AMComments Off on Justin Trudeau becomes Canada’s new Prime Minister and is “now ready” to make a “real change”
Justin Trudeau becomes Canada’s new Prime Minister and is “now ready” to make a “real change”

 Tamil Canadian Gary Anandasangaree wins Scarborough – Rouge Park comfortably Sitting member Rathika Sitsabaiesan loses to Liberal candidate Shaun Chen Mark Holland beats Immigration Minister Chris Alexander Liberals obtain comfortable 184 seats to form a majority government                                                       By Siva Sivapragasam Justin Trudeau, the famous son of a more famous […]

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The Kaleidascope Ball

October 19, 2015 12:33 PMComments Off on The Kaleidascope Ball
The Kaleidascope Ball

The Kaleidascope Ball Where Diversity Shines Bright October 17, 2015 Monsoon Journal congratulates the inductees and delighted to highlight the Inductees, performers and many of the participants at the The Kaleidascope Ball presented by The Scarborough Hospital Foundation and Scarborough Walk of Fame with TD, the presenting sponsor. About the […]

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Gary Anandasangaree, the most ideal representative for Scarborough-Rouge Park

October 16, 2015 9:25 PMComments Off on Gary Anandasangaree, the most ideal representative for Scarborough-Rouge Park
Gary Anandasangaree, the most ideal representative for Scarborough-Rouge Park

by Harrish Thirukumaran After the Canadian electoral redistribution in February 2012, the former electoral riding of Scarborough-Rouge River split into two new ridings. These ridings, from the general election set for October 19, 2015 to the next 10-year readjustment, are Scarborough North and Scarborough-Rouge Park. The Liberal Party of Canada […]

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Monsoon Journal July 2015 Print Edition is Out!

July 6, 2015 11:20 PMComments Off on Monsoon Journal July 2015 Print Edition is Out!
Monsoon Journal July 2015 Print Edition is Out!

Click to view July 2015 Print Edition: http://monsoonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/MJ_JAN_2015_WEB.pdf Flip & Read ~ July Print Edition:

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Mayor Tory Launches Tamil Fest: The very first Tamil Street Festival outside of Asia taking place this summer in Toronto

June 19, 2015 9:00 AMComments Off on Mayor Tory Launches Tamil Fest: The very first Tamil Street Festival outside of Asia taking place this summer in Toronto
Mayor Tory Launches Tamil Fest: The very first Tamil Street Festival outside of Asia taking place this summer in Toronto

Mayor Tory Launches Tamil Fest, Event Expected to Attract Thousands Launch highlights excitement over the very first Tamil Street Festival outside of Asia taking place this summer in Toronto Toronto, ON – June 18, 2015 – The very first Tamil Street Festival outside of Asia was announced with flair at […]

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Krishna: A review of the London debut of Krishna by Padmashree Shobana

June 6, 2015 9:34 PMComments Off on Krishna: A review of the London debut of Krishna by Padmashree Shobana
Krishna: A review of the London debut of Krishna by Padmashree Shobana

By Rajini Nathan | London, UK Amongst a sea of audience sat in anticipation at the Watford Colloseum, the stage opened with the disciples of acclaimed dancer and actress Padmashree Shobana to set the scene of the theme that is Krishna. It did not follow an exact storyline, however, the […]

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Justice for Vidhya

June 3, 2015 8:38 PMComments Off on Justice for Vidhya
Justice for Vidhya

The peninsula of Jaffna, Sri Lanka North – in particular the island of Pungudutivu has been broiling for some time over the gang-rape and murder of schoolgirl Vidhya Sivaloganathan. Our special correspondent visited the area and her family to gather how they are coping, and what the latest developments in […]

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South Asian Autism Awareness Centre Reinvigorates Conversation about Autism at Annual Fundraiser

April 3, 2015 8:24 PMComments Off on South Asian Autism Awareness Centre Reinvigorates Conversation about Autism at Annual Fundraiser
South Asian Autism Awareness Centre Reinvigorates Conversation about Autism at Annual Fundraiser

by Harrish Thirukumaran “I love SAAAC! I love SAAAC! I love SAAAC!” This was one of the affectionate chants that adorned the 6th annual Radiant Night Dinner & Dance Gala fundraiser, organized by the South Asian Autism Awareness Centre (SAAAC). Attended by over 1,000 people, SAAAC reinforced attention around the […]

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