https://ca.news.yahoo.com/cameroon-immigrant-accuses-fraser-valley-130000451.html Cameroon immigrant accuses Fraser Valley Community College of ‘rip-off’ More An Edmonton man says a small B.C. college which caters to students from Africa wasted six months of his time and owes him $4,500. Derek Sabum says in March 2014 he was willing to invest tens of thousands of dollars to bring his three […]
https://www.liberianobserver.com/news/courts-writ-of-arrest-for-canadian-national-backfires/ By Webmaster Admin – January 28, 2014 A hearing for a writ (document) that landed Madam Sunanda Kikla, a Canadian national behind bars at the Monrovia Central Prison, failed to take place on Monday, January 27, at the Monrovia City Court. The reason was that the state lawyer claimed he did not authorize the […]
The Pastimes of Nitai Chand Goswami BY: SUN EDITORS Jan 23, 2017 — CANADA (SUN) — Nitai Chand Goswami, once a ‘big man’ in Mayapur dham, has also been associated with investigations conducted by ISKCON’s Child Protection Office. On the website publishing the recent Cost of Silence documentary, there is a collection of CPO investigation reports, including the […]
Once a wheeler-dealer in Dubai’s glittering skyscrapers, now accused of bilking teenagers out of wages in a rural saloon, Sunanda Kikla has taken an ignominious tumble. In the spring of 2016, Kikla and her husband Nitai Goswami moved to Greenwood, B.C., where he purchased three prominent businesses, which she then ran. Sunanda Kikla (LinkedIn) With its […]
EXCLUSIVE: African students say they were ‘misled’ by B.C. college owner who regulators say collected roughly $560K in fees Sunanda Kikla (LinkedIn) The owner of a private college once run from the second storey of a Surrey, B.C., strip mall is facing new accusations she did not return thousands of dollars taken from West African students […]
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Racism and hate have no place in B.C.
http://current.ecuad.ca/canadas-hidden-racism Studying last year in California, I was often praised for being a Canadian. I felt proud to be a citizen of a country that so many consider to be a peaceful and progressive utopia of acceptance, but I realized that the Canada they were thinking of is not a reality for many people here. […]