Brampton Transit to distribute 100,000 masks to riders in response to COVID-19

Following Peel Public Health and the Government of Ontario’s recommendation to wear masks on public transit, at present, Brampton Transit riders are strongly recommended to wear non-medical masks on buses and at terminals. Starting July 2, it will be mandatory for Brampton Transit riders and operators to wear non-medical masks, when fare payment and front door boarding will be reinstated.

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Indian Railways to run AC trains from June 1; Shatabadis, Durontos to be restored

The ministry of railways issued guidelines Wednesday for the resumption of 100 pairs of regular passenger trains from June 1 with both AC and non-AC coaches, revising its earlier order allowing only non-AC trains. Railways Minister Piyush Goyal tweeted: Railways has decided to further restore passenger train services from 1st June for transporting people across […]

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Federal Election 2019: Canada Loses hands down because…….

he general feeling that the Canadians are going through is that they will lose no matter which political party wins.The reasons as understood by the IndiaTimes.Live editorial team. We talked to sources, questioned the voters, seeked their opinion and the voter in Canada is too confused, whom to vote for a better Canada. Promises Broken, No ethics, money scams, skeletons in cupboards. Canada doesn’t trust its politicians. Period!

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India announces 1,000 scholarships at IITs for students of ASEAN countries

New Delhi, September 16: With 1,000 PhD scholarships for ASEAN students in India’s Indian Institutes of Technology or IITs, New Delhi on Monday formally announced its largest capacity development initiative for ASEAN countries. The total budget outlay of the scholarship programme is Rs 300 crore and the first batch of ASEAN students will be admitted in January […]

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Navjot Sidhu makes appearance, inaugurates project in Amritsar

Amritsar, August 9: For the first time after resigning from the Cabinet, Navjot Singh Sidhu was in his constituency to inaugurate the LED streetlight project at Verka here on Thursday. He paid obeisance at the historical Gurdwara Nanaksar. Sidhu also obliged local residents, especially children, to click selfies with him. A large number of people assembled […]

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4.0 Earthquake in several parts of Gujarat, tremors felt in Ahmedabad too

Ahmedabad, June 6: An earthquake measuring 4.0 on the Richter scale struck several parts of Gujarat on Wednesday night. The tremors were felt in Ahmedabad, Sabarkantha, Banaskantha, Aravalli and Ambaji. As per the Institute of Seismological Research (ISR), the quake originated struck Palanpur in Gujarat’s Banaskantha at 10:31 pm on Wednesday. It had a latitude of […]

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ONTARIO BUDGET 2019

Ontario Budget 2019: A Place To Grow

Finance Minister Vic Fedeli rolled out the highlights of Ontario’s Budget to Press in Toronto on 11th April, Thursday afternoon with key points as mentioned below Childcare tax credit: Ontario Budget 2019: A child-care credit, dental care for seniors, and drinking in parks on the way Car insurance: Ford government reveals ‘transformative’ auto insurance reforms, […]

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