The Parvasi weekly is 36 pages full metro size newspaper (15” x 20”). It is the leading newspaper of the Canadian Punjabi community. The paper covers the interest of all segments publishing National & International news, Current events, Investigative stories, Community news, Column & Features, Health, Sports, Religion, Women, Children section etc.
Parvasi Radio is a weekday 2-hour program on CJMR 1320 and serves the Greater Toronto Area with over 650,000 people of South Asian background in our coverage area, CJMR 1320 is the biggest and most powerful broadcaster in the community with over 10 hours each week in Punjabi.
Parvasi TV joined forces with ABP Sanjha to cater to the increasing demand of Punjabi News Media in Canada. We aim to bring you closer to the current affairs affecting the community and be the voice for the people.
We stand firm in our commitment in bringing you the best business directory in the GTA. Once again, after a year-long effort, we are here providing you with the uncompromised quality and content that GTA Business Pages stands for. We are confident as always, that GTA Business Pages will help you find the products and services you need throughout the year.
Parvasi app brings the best of GTA Business Directory right to your smartphones, with over 50,000 downloads. It runs on both Android and iOS. The businesses are regularly monitored and updated to make sure you get the most up to date information.
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Rajinder Saini interviewing Peel Police Chief Jennifer Evans at Peel Police Service Award Ceremony on 8th June.
Award in 2006 was given on a Parvasi Report that highlights the problem of Poppy Husk. Poppy Husk is not enlisted in banned drug items as per the Canadian Anti-Drug laws. But in Punjabi community Poppy ( Dode) is among the highly used drug items. Opium is derived from poppy plants. After the Parvasi story highlighted this loophole in Canadian laws, Canadian agencies took note of this to deal with the issue in their anti-drug campaigns. This story was done by a young and talented journalist Tarvinder Ubhi. The story was chosen as the Best Ethnic Media news story of the year 2006 by Peel Region Police.
Peel Regional Police’s Best Ethnic Media Award was given to Parvasi consecutively for two years in 2006 and 2007.
In year 2007 Parvasi was again awarded Best Ethnic Media Award for a story ‘ Punjabi Underworld’. The story highlights the problem of rising gang war and violence in second generation of Punjabi youth in GTA region. This story was done by a team of reporters and social analysts comprising of Tarvinder Ubhi, Raj Jhajj, Balkar Singh Bajwa, Dr Jaswinder Sandhu and Gurbax Singh Bhandal.