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Sikhs in Brampton

Sikh Heritage month celebrated at Brampton City Hall

On Tuesday, April 26, the City of Brampton hosted its second annual Sikh Heritage Month reception. This year, four outstanding citizens were honoured for their contributions to Brampton and the Sikh community.

Canadians Call for Justice in Punjab Crisis

The recent attack on Sikhs in Punjab has created an uproar in Punjabi communities across the world. Chandigarh: As the crisis in Punjab continues to ...

Brampton Sikh teen makes banking app for people in developing countries

While his fellow students are intensely focused on earning good grades and getting ahead, Gurujot Singh is thinking about how he can improve people's lives a few continents away.

Book Embedded Journalism Punjab released in Brampton (Canada)

A book analysing role of Indian media during the days of Sikh struggle of 1980s-90s in Punjab was released in Brampton on 27th July. The book titled "Embedded Journalism, Punjab" was released during a well attended book release ceremony at Rose Theatre, Brampton.

Sikh author Ajmer Singh on Ideological Encirclement of Sikhs (Speech in Brampton, Canada)

Sirdar Ajmer Singh presenting his views during book release function at Rose Theatre Brampron. The two books were released on the function one was Teesre Ghallughare Ton Baad Sikhaan Di Sidhantak Gheraabandi (Ideological Encirclement of Sikhs after Sikh Genocide of 1984) by Ajmer Singh and the second Embedded Journalism by Jaspal Singh Sidhu.

Indo-Canadians celebrate Republic Day, while Sikhs protest

Where as Indo-Canadians marker India' Republic Day on Sunday (February 01) at the Pearson Convention Centre in Brampton, a number of Sikhs and Kashmiris held demonstration outside the venue to protest against 'forceful occupation' of their homelands by the Indian state.

Toronto Police say ‘Racist’ Brampton flyer is ‘perfectly legal’

Toronto, Canada (May 11, 2014): An anti-immigration flyer that sparked outrage for singling out the Sikh community when it was distributed in Brampton last month is “racist and offensive” Toronto police admit but does not warrant hate crimes charges, reported Toronto Star.

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