Archive | November, 2012
The Toronto Dominion Bank Presents Cheque Installment

The Toronto Dominion Bank Presents Cheque Installment

Representatives from TD Canada Trust were on hand to present the final installment of $20,000 as part of their $50,000 donation in total. The TD India Canada Studies Endowment Bursary is available to any UFV student who is enrolled in, or has completed a minimum of 6 credits applicable to the India Canada Studies program. Kenda Allen,  […]

UFV Instructor Trevor Carolan Visits Mumbai

UFV Instructor Trevor Carolan Visits Mumbai

Dr.  Trevor Carolan, an instructor with the Department of English at UFV visited the University of Mumbai and was invited to do read from his book The Lotus Singers at the Mumbai Writers Festival. Trevor’s trip to Mumbai was coordinated by the Centre for Indo Canadian Studies. The following is an excerpt from a letter Trevor wrote detailing his […]

‘It’s a Girl’ Screening at UFV

‘It’s a Girl’ Screening at UFV

In some parts of the world, the words “it’s a girl” aren’t always greeted with joy on the part of the parents of a newborn infant. In India, China and many other parts of the world today, girls are killed, aborted, or abandoned simply because they are girls. The United Nations estimates as many as […]

UFV Chandigarh Students Visit Prime Minister Stephen Harper

UFV Chandigarh Students Visit Prime Minister Stephen Harper

International Trade Minister Ed Fast met with students and faculty of the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) India in Chandigarh, India. Included in the photo are Mark Evered, UFV President and Vice-Chancellor; Paul Davidson, President of the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada; and George Peary, a former mayor of Abbotsford, British Columbia, […]

Response to Milwaukee Gurdwara Shootings

Response to Milwaukee Gurdwara Shootings

The Centre for Indo Canadian Studies hosted a forum in response to the tragic Gurdwara shootings in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Faculty and staff presented on a variety of short papers relating to the topic: We are all Sikhs: Blind spots in racial landscapes of “mistaken identities.” The reflection was attended by faculty, staff and students and […]

Sri Sri Natya Yoga Workshop at the CICS

Sri Sri Natya Yoga Workshop at the CICS

Yoga instructor Babeeta Chhabra engaged in a delightful yoga workshop at the CICS called Sri Sri Natya, which offered a beautiful combination of Dance, Music, Yogasanas and Meditation. The workshop was attended by faculty and staff and proved to be very lively and engaging, regardless of whether you were a new comer to yoga, or […]

Reading by Author Shauna Singh Baldwin

Reading by Author Shauna Singh Baldwin

Renowned Indo-Canadian author now living in the United States, Shauna Singh Baldwin returned to the University of the Fraser Valley for the third time in five years to read from her latest work on Wednesday, Oct 10. The reading took place in the Centre for Indo-Canadian Studies to a packed room of some sixty delighted […]