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The Canadian Parvasi - Issue 13

The Canadian Parvasi - Issue

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Transportation Misister Steven Del Duca and Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport Eleanor McMahon, were in Toronto on Wednesday to announce will introduce legislation this fall that would help crack down on careless and distracted driving. if passed, would help reducing the number of people killed or injured by risky drivers. What's needed, she noted, is a form of vulnerable road user act, where hitting a pedestrian or cyclist is treated more seroiusly than hitting someone in another auto. Some proposed measures • A new offence for careless driving causing death or bodily harm with penalties that include fines, licence suspension and imprisonment • Tougher penalties for distracted driving, such as using a cellphone while operating a vehicle, including higher fines, more demerit points, and license suspensions • Increased penalties for drivers who fail to yield for pedestrians and escalating fines for drivers who are convicted of multiple pedestrian-related offences within a five-year window • Expanding the use of rear flashing blue lights for enforcement and emergency vehicles. On average, one person is killed on Ontario’s roads every 17 hours due to one of these factors. In 2014, pedestrians and cyclists made up approximately 25 per cent of Ontario’s road fatalities. For 16 years in a row, Ontario’s roads have been ranked either first or second safest in North America, but more can still be done. These strong measures add to recently-announced tough new penalties for those who drive under the influence of drugs, including cannabis. Keeping Ontario’s roads safe is part of our plan to create jobs, grow our economy and help people in their everyday lives. Man killed in Delhi for objecting to smoking Jagmeet Singh says people shouldn't be bothered by his turban Agencies Rakhi Sawant will expose Gurmeet Ram, Honeypreet Agencies Delhi: A 21-year-old boy was killed and his friend was seriously injured when a car allegedly hit their bike in the small hours of Monday after an argument with the vehicle’s driver in Safdarjung Enclave. The accused, who was arrested on Monday itself but released on bail, was again held on Wednesday after charges of intention of murder were framed against him, said the police. According to the police, around 4 a.m., Gurpreet Singh and his 22-yearold friend Maninder Singh, residents of Shahbad Dairy, were doing a recce for their college project near the AIIMS and the Safdarjung Hospital when accused Rohit Krishna Mahanto started quarrelling with them. Continued on page 10 HAMILTON: The four federal NDP leadership hopefuls had one last chance Sunday to make their case to party voters before balloting begins to select a replacement for outgoing leader Thomas Mulcair. And all four said they are the candidate to unseat Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government. Manitoba MP Niki Ashton, Quebec MP Guy Caron and Ontario MP Charlie Angus and Ontario legislature member Jagmeet Singh took part in a leadership showcase Sunday at a caucus retreat. Each candidate had 22 minutes to present their plan for the federal party and all kept their verbal barbs targeted at Trudeau's Liberals, not each other. Continued on page 06 Jagmeet's lack of seat in House of Commons is no problem, says veteran MP The Canadian Press OTTAWA: Veteran New Democrat MP Nathan Cullen is shrugging off the fact Jagmeet Singh is in no hurry to sit in the House of Commons, choosing to endorse the member of the Ontario legislature in his bid to lead the federal NDP. Continued on page 06 Agencies NEW DELHI: Actress Rakhi Sawant says she will expose Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh in a biopic in which she will star as the disgraced Dera Sacha Sauda sect chief's adopted daughter Honeypreet Insan, who is believed to be now hiding in Nepal. "Yes, I'm playing Honeypreet as I have known her for seven to eight years. I know everything about her. I believe she is in London right now. My brother Rakesh Sawant and I are producing the film," Rakhi told IANS. 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