We are a Canadian organization celebrating the unique culture, history and legacy of Sikh Canadians and creating a tribute to the historical significances of the Sikh community.
This year the world marks the Centennial of the conclusion of the First World War. We felt it was important to make the commemorations more inclusive by highlighting the Sikh community’s role in these momentous events in world history.
From the blood-soaked trenches of Flanders, the Somme and Gallipoli, to the deserts and heat of Africa and the Middle East, thousands of Sikh troops fought and died alongside their European and colonial counterparts, including for Canada and Australia in the Great War of 1914-1918.
All are welcome to attend the free exhibit.
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