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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
New legislation could spur change for the better, writes Japreet Lehal
New provincial legislation is needed to help prevent domestic abuse
The 2016 provincial budget could do more to address social issues, writes Japreet Lehal.
Non-biodegradable bags need regulation, elimination, writes youth columnist Japreet Lehal.
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.
Our youth deserve a system that helps them and puts their interests first, writes columnist Japreet Lehal.
Future leader will have impact internationally, writes youth columnist Japreet Lehal.
Study habits, organization aid students’ success, writes Japreet Lehal.
Solitary confinement should not be used in lieu of addressing underlying health problems, writes Japreet Lehal.
Since its introduction in January, we have seen protests across Canada against Bill C-51.
Last month, the United Nations launched a Campaign to End Statelessness, a crisis that affects 10 million people around the world.
Canadians come together after two soldiers killed on home soil
It's important to begin the school year with optimism, writes columnist Japreet Lehal
Freedom of the press should never be restricted, writes PAN columnist Japreet Lehal.
Financial challenges hurting refugees coming to Canada, writes columnist Japreet Lehal.
A recent youth summit hosted by Simon Fraser University drew students as young as 14 years old.