March 25, 2017

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  1. If Punjabi has taken the third place in languages spoken in Canada, why has the English/French eligibility been introduced for those seeking citizenship. More than the airlines issue, we need to emphasize on this since many of our people are going to be let down and will have to wait for years to finally be Canadian citizens (as if the waiting time to apply isn’t long enough already).

  2. I can understand your frustration, Sukhpreet. However, we must remember that English and French are the only two official languages of Canada. PLEA has been working hard to get Punjabi its due place in Canada and will continue to do so.

    • Because English and French are official languages of this country. If you want to be a part of the country, learn the freaking language or go back to Punjab.

      • Your Name: Where does the question of not learning the official languages of Canada arise? Does the writer anywhere in his article oppose the learning of English and French? Have you read the whole article? Then you are posting under the name `Your Name’ while your email ID says something else.

  3. The real problem is extremism which even God does not like . ‘Utt da te Parmeshwar da vair hunda.’ We have been after wearing kirpan Now our ‘pagri’ is in danger in Quebec.It all started when few people went to Quebec National Assembly to participate in a debate on ‘Hijab’ with kirpans. It annoyed the Law makers and they unanimously resolved no Arms in Assembly. It also annoyed the Muslims because Kirpan came on the Front and Hijab was put on the back burner. It should be noted the Same Assembly sent a coach to transport Sikhs from Montreal , gave them reception and unanimously passed the motion to recognize Shri Guru Grath Sahib in 2004 and the same they did in 2008.Now where are those young men?

  4. sir,today i read in the newspaper that,there is about 3000 vacancies in surrey(canada) for punjabi speakers.can u please let me know about the vacancies,how i can apply for this punjabi speakers job?

  5. sir,today i read in the newspaper that,there is about 3000 vacancies in surrey(canada) for punjabi speakers.can u please let me know about the vacancies,how i can apply for this punjabi speakers job ?

  6. Dear Sir
    I Hardeep Kaur Sohal am a Punjabi writer.I wrote my first Punjabi book “PUNJABI LANGUAGE:TEACHING AND GRAMMAR “. So as a writer, I want to do for punjabi language in Canada.I also want to Members of the Punjabi Language Education Association (PLEA), Canada. Kindly give me a chance.Thanks

  7. sir,today i read in the internet that,there is about 3000 vacancies in surrey(canada) for radiographer job.can u please let me know about the vacancies,how i can apply for this radiographer job

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  8. Dear Sirjii

    Sat shri akal I have completed my Higher Secondary Schooling kindly let me know if there is any Vacancy in Canada.

  9. In Surrey, Punjabi speakers are about 120,000 but French speakers are only about 3,500. So it is obvious that more businesses would hire Punjabi-English bilinguals than French-English ones. For new learners, there are a lot more opportunities to practice Punjabi than French.

    According to the census Canada 2011, after English, Punjabi is the most-spoken language in British Columbia, Metro Vancouver, Surrey, and Abbotsford. So Punjabi should be taught as a second language in BC schools. As French is the official language of Canada, same as English, French should be taught as a first language from grade 1 to grade 12 in all schools in Canada.

  10. Sir SSA ji
    Rajvinder Kaur Ludhiana Punjab
    I am Coordinator Govt of Punjab & loomba Foundation But i am Free , have u any job related me.

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