CANDLE LIGHT VIGIL FOR AIR INDIA BOMBING, WE WON’T LET CANADIAN GOVERNMENT CLOSE THE AIR INDIA FLIGHT 182 BOMBING INVESTIGATION UNTIL THEY DETERMINE WHO PLANNED, FUNDED AND EXECUTED THE BOMING….HANSRA

TORONTO, ON, June 22, 2019 – The Sikh community in Greater Toronto Area held a 2nd candle light vigil for the victims of Air India Flight 182 at the memorial monument at Humber Bay Park West. Candles were lit and prayers said for the 329 people killed, including 280 Canadians and 86 children, in the
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TORONTO, ON, June 19, 2019 – The Sikh community in Greater Toronto Area plans to hold a 2nd cancle light vigil for the victims of Air India Flight 182 at the memorial monument at Humber Bay Park West on June 22nd at 6:30 p.m. Candles will be lit and prayers said for the 329 people
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OTTAWA, ON, June 1, 2019 – Sikh men, women and children from Ontario and Quebec gathered on Parliament Hill today to mark the 35th anniversary of Operation Blue Star, the Indian army’s assault on the Holiest Shrine of Sikhs, Sri Darbar Sahib also known as the Golden Temple. Over 26,000 Sikhs were killed during the army’s
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Toronto (March 20th 2019) A letter written to the Prime Minister of Canada, the Sikh organization (Shiromani Akali Dal Amritsar Canada East) express concerns that the 2018 Public Safety Report could Incite violence against Sikhs and other minorities. In the letter to PM, urge the Government of Canada to immediately act on “2018 Public Report
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Six members of a Brampton family are among the 18 Canadians who lost their lives as a plane crashed minutes after taking off in Ethiopia on Sunday. Ashka Dixit, 14, and Anushka Dixit, 13, were on a family vacation with their parents, 37-year-old Kosha Vaidya and 45-year-old Preit Dixit and their grandparents, 73-year-old Pannagesh Vaidya
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Healing process can not start until after the full disclosure of the Perpetrators …Hansra TORONTO, ON, June 22nd 2018 – The Toronto’s Sikh community held a candle light vigil at the memorial of Air Indian Flight 182. The group sat down and collectively recited Japuji Sahib and offered wreath and followers. Soon after the Ardas,
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Coretta Scott King, a great civil rights leader and the wife of Martin Luther King Junior, once said, “The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members.” The Sikh-Canadian community epitomizes this value; we embrace the communities that we live and work in, through selfless acts of service
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American Sikh Council (ASC) is really proud of the fact that a very young representative S.Karanveer Singh is the originator of a ‘resolution’ – ‘Sikh Awareness and Appreciation Month’ in the state of New Jersey. S.Karanveer Singh a sophomore in college initially drafted and worked on the ‘resolution’ at the end of his freshman year
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Trenton NJ- On March 26, 2018, the New Jersey State Senate and Assembly passed a joint resolution designating April of every year as “Sikh Awareness and Appreciation Month.” The author of the joint resolution AJR 93, Karanveer Singh Pannu who is a SALDEF SikhLEAD alumni and author of Bullying of Sikh American Children: Through the
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MISSISSAUAGA, ON, March 14th, 2018 – The Honourable Amarjeet Sohi, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, joined by Ms. Kamal Khera, Ms. Sonia Sidhu, Ms. Ruby Sahota, Mr. Adam Vaughan, and Mr. Omar Alghabra , Members of Parliament from Peel Region, to announce that our federal Government has negotiated a $11.8 billion bilateral infrastructure agreement with
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