Students at Khalsa Community School have grounding in morality
Simran, Sewa, and Sadachar. Respect for God, responsibility, and morality. This is the motto of the Khalsa Community School, a private religious elementary school...
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Canadian Sikh Coalition Secures Rights to Punjabi film “Sada Haq” in Canada
The Canadian Sikh Coalition is proud to announce that it has formed a partnership with the team behind the film “Sada Haq” and will be the official distributor for the film in Canada.
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Casino Defeat: Surrey’s Sikh community rallied against proposal
Surrey’s Sikh community played a key role in defeating a proposed mega-casino in the city last month, joining other faiths in signing last-minute petitions and exerting pressure to kill the $100-million project.
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The only Turbaned Sikh Cop in Canada's Cowboy City gets Queen's Jubilee Medal
Det. Jasbir Kainth is the only Sikh officer with Calgary city police who wears a turban, according to Calgary Sun. Combined with his long beard, he is hardly the picture of a conventional-looking cop.
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Alberta brings in policy to allow Sikhs to wear kirpan in court
Under the Justice Department policy, a person must tell security officers they have a kirpan and wear it in a sheath, under clothing. The blade of the kirpan can be no longer than 10 centimetres.
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Baal Kavi Darbaar (Kids Poems Recitation Program) – Another first by GGSSC
Today, Guru Gobind Singh Study Circle Canada organized a Baal Kavi Darbaar at Guru Singh Sabha Malton, in which over 40 participants recited poems in praise of Guru Panth and the teachings.
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Settlement Reached In Sikh Beard-Limousine Case
A human rights case that was to go before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario (HRTO), involving the right of a Sikh limousine driver to maintain a beard, has settled.
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The Turban’s role in Canadian life examined in Sikh Heritage Museum show
Satwinder Bains doesn’t want the Sikh history to disappear.
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Sikh pioneer leaves family legacy
‘Biji’ was a defining symbol of the many sacrifices made by her generation of Punjabi immigrants for the gains enjoyed today by all British Columbians. But it is her common humanity and steady playful presence which will be remembered the most by those of us in her immediate family.
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Rexdale Gurmat Crash Course by Guru Gobind Singh Study Circle Canada
When it comes to connecting youths, especially teens to our rich heritage, it is always seen as a challenge. Most initiatives focus on different facets of the youth engagement.
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