Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh due to his cook ups may have missed the opportunity to strength bilateral relationship between Canada and Punjab,
Canadian defense minister Harjit Singh Sajjan here on Thursday paid obeisance at theDarbar Sahib here where he was presented with a customary siropa.
The Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal) which among the allied partners in the BJP lead NDA government here on Sunday while expressing its dismal over the dismissive attitude of the Narinder Modi lead central government over a motion in a Canadian
SGPC chief Kirpal Singh Badungar has objected to Indian government stand against the passing of Sikh Genocide 1984 motion by Ontario parliament.
The historic Sikh Genocide 1984 Motion was passed by Ontario Provincial Parliament on April 6 extending official recognition to the fact of Sikh Genocide of 1984.
Ms. Harinder Malhi while reading out her motion state, “That, in the opinion of this House, the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, should reaffirm our commitment to the values we cherish – justice, human rights and fairness – and condemn all forms of communal violence, hatred, hostility, Racism and intolerance in India and anywhere else in the world, including the 1984 Genocide perpetrated against the Sikhs throughout India, and call on all sides to embrace truth, justice and reconciliation.”
All India Sikh Students Federation (AISSF) has welcomed the move of Ontario provincial Parliament in Canada to pass a motion recognising the Sikh Genocide 1984.
One of Quebec, Canada’s top 10 most wanted criminals has been caught by police in San Francisco, USA. He was on run for more than seven years. He will now be extradited to the Quebec for a criminal trial.
Alberta State of Canada is densely populated with Punjabi community and the election scenario in this province has turned hot. Progressive party is ruling in Canada for last 44 years but the conditions now seem to have changed.
THIS week, several Sikh, Muslim and human rights organizations as well as scholars continued discussing, strategizing and organizing protests during Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Vancouver on April 16.
Ottawa (October 23, 2014): The World Sikh Organization of Canada is saddened and shocked by yesterday's terrorist attacks in Ottawa. Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, a 24 year old reservist with the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders regiment lost his life in the shooting at the Ottawa War Memorial. The attack was stopped in the Parliament Building by Parliament’s Sgt. at Arms, Kevin Vickers and other members of the Canadian security forces.
Vancouver, Canada (September 08, 2014): Three radio stations broadcasting predominantly South Asian-language programming widely available in the Vancouver market are heading for a showdown with the CRTC – and Canadian companies who advertise on those stations could also take a hit in the process.
Ottawa, Canada (September 11, 2013): Official Opposition leader Tom Mulcair sent a clear message on September 10, 2013 that the NDP will steadfastly continue to defend human rights, in reaction to the Parti Québécois’ proposed Charter of Values.
Ottawa, Canada (September 07, 2013): Canada’s New Democrats are reflecting on the 18 year anniversary (on September 06, 2013) since the abduction and eventual disappearance of Human Rights Defender, Jaswant Singh Khalra.
Ottawa (July 23, 2013): Canada’s opposition parties, the NDP and Liberals have both expressed concern over the threats to Punjab Police whistleblower sub inspector Surjit ...
Ontario, Canada (July 23, 2013): Canada's New Democratic Party (NDP) MP Rathika Sitsabaiesan (Scarborough – Rouge River) has issued a statement on 30th anniversary of "Black July" - July 1983, when hundreds of Tamils were killed and thousands more were displaced as their homes and businesses were distroyed in Sri Lanka.
Chandigarh, Punjab/India (January 12, 2013): As per recent media reports visiting Canadian Minister Jason Kenney told reporters in Chandigarh that Sikhs in Canada raising their voice peacefully for separate Sikh state named “Khalisthan” out of India, will not be asked to leave Canada.
Amritsar/Punjab (November 04, 2012): It is learnt that 3 days ahead of the visit of Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, the Dal Khalsa has sent him a memorandum, sharing with him its concerns and thoughts about Sikhs in India and Canada.
As the month of June has passed, Canadian Sikhs, along with human rights activists and their allies, are recovering from yet another campaign of misinformation by the Indian High Commission and a recent wave of visceral and unfounded attacks.
Canada (June 22, 2012 – Sikh Activist Netowrk): Every June and November, Sikhs in Canada (and globally) are curious to see what Canadian politicians will ...