“We are asking people to come out for the marathon. We want to motivate not only young persons from our Sikh community but children from other communities as well. You can walk or run,” said Jeev Singh. read more
The first well-known record of Sikhs visiting the Pacific Northwest was in 1897 when Hong Kong-based Sikh soldiers from the British Empire traveled through Canada on the way home from Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee in London. read more
As the decorated lead vehicle carrying the holy Guru Granth pulls in, Toronto’s annual Vaisakhi or Khalsa Parade culminates into a big rally at the city’s heart at Nathan Phillips Square. Panj Piaras who led the Khalsa Parade given prominence at the stage. read more
Canada's largest South Asian Broadcaster, will launch 2 more Channels, namely, Canada's first and only 24 hour Sikh Spiritual Channel, the ATN-SIKH channel and Canada's first South Asian Youth oriented Punjabi Music Channel, the ATN-BRIT ASIA CHANNEL.
Panjab Digital Library is gearing up to launch The Khalsa Raj: Banda, Battles & Body Politic exhibition in Surrey, British Columbia and is making every effort to impress by creating an interactive experience.
While hailing the decision World Sikh Organization (WSO) President Prem Singh Vinning told TOI on Tuesday, "The accommodation of the turban already takes place not just across Canada but across the world. There is no reason why the turban can't be accommodated.
The provision of religious services to Sikh inmates is an issue that hasn’t received much attention. When the Federal Government announced cuts to its chaplaincy program, it was reported that less than one per cent of Canada’s inmates are of the Sikh faith.