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The Canadian Parvasi - Issue 25

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Continued on page 02 BJP will win Gujarat, Himachal: Exit polls Jagmeet makes light of bypoll results, says playing long game The Canadian Parvasi OTTAWA: NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh isn't reading too much into his party's dismal showing in a series of recent byelections, insisting he's playing a long game as he works to shore up support across Canada in preparation for the 2019 federal election. And the newly minted leader is waving off suggestions that he didn't do enough to help an NDP candidate in the suburban Toronto riding of Scarborough-Agincourt, holding a so-called "Jagmeet-and-greet" — billed by the candidate himself as a byelection campaign event — well outside the actual riding where Brian Chang was trying to win a seat. "I didn't expect that in two months I could turn the ship around," Singh said Wednesday 4 killed in Hydro One copter crash after his party's weekly caucus meeting on Parliament Hill. On Monday, Liberal Jean Yip retained Scarborough-Agincourt, a riding that had been held by her husband, Arnold Chan, until his death from cancer in September. She captured 49.4 per cent of the vote, followed by Conservative Dasong Zou who pulled in 40.5 per cent. Chang wound up with just 5.1 per cent, down almost three percentage points from the NDP's already poor showing in the riding during the 2015 general election. He scraped together fewer than 1,000 votes. The NDP share of the vote similarly declined in the other three ridings where byelections were held Monday, as it did in two October byelections held about a month after Singh took the helm of the party. Continued on page 02 Wynne assures Brampton on new university Agencies NEW DELHI: All exit polls on Thursday predicted a clean sweep for the BJP in the Assembly elections held in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh, in both of which it was virtually a direct fight between the two parties. While one channel gave a maximum of 135 seats to the BJP in the 182-member Gujarat Assembly, the lowest of 99- 113 was given by another in the state which has been ruled by the party for the last 22 years. The ABP-CSDS Lokniti exit poll showed the BJP winning a maximum of 117 seats and Congress 64. The India Today-Axis poll predicted 99-113 seats for the BJP and 68-82 seats for the Congress. Continued on page 11 The Canadian Press TWEED: Four Hydro One employees were killed Thursday in a helicopter crash in eastern Ontario, police and the utility reported. The crash occurred about noon in Tweed, north of Kingston, provincial police said. Homeowner Kim Clayton said hydro crews had been working on her property for weeks and she was used to hearing them fly back and forth. The loud crash shook the house, sending her to a window, where Clayton said she saw part of the chopper in the trees in the distance by an open field. "My heart started pounding in my chest," said Clatyon, 45. "I was in panic mode." She said she feared for the worst when she saw ambulances turn away without transporting any of the crew. "I then said to myself, 'they're not coming out of this.'" The Tweed fire department confirmed it was on the scene of the crash. Ontario's air ambulance service responded to the scene but said it did not transport any patients. Continued on page 07 The Canadian Parvasi BRAMPTON: Premier Kathlen Wynne faced some tough questions during her town-hall meeting with residents of Brampton on Wednesday. Over 250 attendees listened to the Premier as she was questioned about the lack of civic utilities in the city. When Dr Parminder Singh asked her about the proposed new university in Brampton, she said it is a done deal. Community activist Jotvinder Sodhi asked the Premier that Brampton, with a population of almost 600,000, should have two full-fledged hospitals. The Premier responded by saying that the additions were being made at Peel Memorial Hospital. 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