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  1. Inderjeet Kaur

    Canada India Banned The Caste System 60 Years Ago, But It Lives On For Many In Metro Vancouver

    BY CHERYL CHAN, THE PROVINCE OCTOBER 9, 2013 For most of her life, Kamlesh Ahir has been trying to escape the caste system that’s defined her from birth. She went to university, abandoned her religion, and, in 1994, left India for Canada, a new land offering a fresh start. Or so she...
  2. spnadmin

    Nobel Prize Winner Rabindranath Tagore Visited Sikh Temple During Vancouver Visit

    Nobel Prize winner Rabindranath Tagore visited Sikh temple during Vancouver visit by Charlie Smith on Aug 9, 2013 at 3:55 pm http://www.straight.com/life/408561/nobel-prize-winner-rabindranath-tagore-visited-sikh-temple-during-vancouver-visit Rabindranath Tagore (seated centre) visited...
  3. namjiwankaur

    Canada Anonymous Wealthy Couple's $30-million Gift To Help Homeless In Vancouver

    As someone who is on disability for mental health issues, I know how big a deal it is to help people with mental health issues have a place to live. ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: Anonymous wealthy couple's $30-million gift to help homeless in Vancouver The couple's donation will allow Taylor...
  4. Archived_Member16

    Canada Komagata Maru Passengers Remembered With Vancouver Monument

    Komagata Maru passengers remembered with Vancouver monument By Mike Hager, Vancouver Sun - July 23, 2012 7:24 PM The monument to the Komagata Maru was unveiled along the seawall near Convention Centre West in Vancouver, B.C., on July 23, 2012 Photograph by: Steve Bosch, PNG...
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    Canada Vancouver Truck Driver Sentenced To Life In Indian Prison For Killing His Wife

    Vancouver truck driver sentenced to life in Indian prison for killing his wife By Sam Cooper, The ProvinceJune 10, 2012 Manjit Badyal (L) was sentenced to life imprisonment in India for the contract killing of his wife, Kuldeep Badyal (R) in 2009, when she was shot dead on her...
  6. Archived_Member16

    Part 1 Live Interview Prof Darshan Singh In Vancouver Canada

    Part 1 Live Interview Prof Darshan Singh in Vancouver Canada http://youtu.be/p7-sFE98WcM
  7. Archived_Member16

    Canada Khalsa Diwan Society (Ross Street Sikh Temple), Vancouver, BC-2011 Election Results

    Khalsa Diwan Society ( Ross Street Sikh Temple ), Vancouver, B.C. - 2011 election results from Omni News http://www.omnibc.ca/news/index.php?language=18
  8. spnadmin

    Canada United Sikh Youth Submit Slate In Khalsa Diwan Vancouver Election

    Vancouver – United Sikh Youth submitted its slate on Friday, October 28, 2011 to contest the election for Khalsa Diwan Society (Vancouver). The United Sikh Youth slate pledges to restore the Khalsa Diwan Society (Vancouver) to its rightful place as a leading institution for Sikhs around the...
  9. spnadmin

    Canada Vancouver Residents Respond To Teacher's Plea For Food, Clothing For Inner City Students

    Moderators please do not remove contact information from this article. Thanks. spnadmin Carrie Gelson has issued an appeal for help for children attending her inner-city school. They need snacks, socks, shoes and people who care. VANCOUVER -- Metro residents are opening their hearts...
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    Canada Why Didn’t Sikh Independent School Re-open In Vancouver?

    By Veeno Dewan The B.C. education ministry is looking into why an independent school unexpectedly closed its doors on the first day of classes. Gates to the school – Guru Nanak Elementary School in south Vancouver – were locked when students arrived on Tuesday. About 75 students as young...
  11. Archived_Member16

    Canada Man Brandishing Sword Taken Down By Police In Downtown Vancouver

    May 30, 2011 Man brandishing sword taken down by police in downtown Vancouver By Sam Cooper, The Province - May 30, 2011 6:35 PM Vancouver police and paramedics escort a man to a waiting ambulance after an incident at Burrard and Georgia streets on Monday. Photograph by: Ian Lindsa PNG...
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    Canada Komagata Maru Memorial Approved For Vancouver

    By CBC News, cbc.ca, Updated: March 1, 2011 2:40 PM Komagata Maru memorial approved for Vancouver The Vancouver Park Board has approved a monument at Harbour Green Park in Coal Harbour that will commemorate a dark period in the city's history. The site is close to where a ship called...
  13. spnadmin

    Canada Vancouver School Has Embraced IPads, IPods And Apps

    No more pencils, no more books: this Vancouver school has embraced iPads, iPods and apps Read more: http://www.{censored}/technology/more+pencils+more+books+this+Vancouver+school+embraced+iPads+iPods+apps/4105875/story.html#ixzz1AytNYyh1 For students attending one of Vancouver’s...
  14. Archived_Member16

    Canada Young Sikh Activists Seek To Lead Popular Vancouver Temple

    Young Sikh activists seek to lead popular Vancouver temple Robert Matas – THE GOLBE AND MAIL Vancouver — From Friday's Globe and Mail A new generation of activists in the Sikh community who have taken over leadership positions at temples in the Vancouver suburbs of Surrey and New...
  15. spnadmin

    Vancouver Sikh Youth Aiming For Real Change!

    The Sikh youth propose to get rid of the $25 membership fee and make the membership available online. This will help increase the number of members and give our community a bigger political role. VANCOUVER – The Vancouver Sikh Youth are fighting on issues for real change, which include...
  16. spnadmin

    Sikhism Guru Nanak's Free Kitchen For The Homeless, Vancouver, BC

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    World Sikh Businessman Shot Dead At His Vancouver Residence

    Sikh businessman shot dead at his Vancouver residence Sikh businessman shot dead at his Vancouver residence - dnaindia.com Toronto: In a case of targetted killing, a 32-year-old Sikh businessman was gunned down outside his posh home in Vancouver by unidentified persons, Canadian police...
  18. Tejwant Singh

    Vancouver's Winter Games 2010 To Be Also Broadcast In Punjabi

    Vancouver's Winter Games to be broadcast in 22 different languages including Punjabi!! TORONTO — The upcoming Winter Olympics in Vancouver will be broadcast in 22 languages, with sports commentary and play-by-play analysis to be delivered in a wide range of tongues that include Mandarin...
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    Sikh News Thousands Of Sikhs Visit Vancouver Temple For 'miracle' Holy Book

    Thousands of Sikhs visit Vancouver temple for 'miracle' Holy Book Dear Friends, Gur Fateh The salvation of SGGS from the fire to be presented as miracle and a double miracle and people flocking to see this miracle points to the fact that we are steeped in superstitions and are reluctant to...
  20. Archived_Member16

    Sikh News Khalsa Elementary School In East Vancouver Destroyed By Fire!

    Khalsa School blaze suspicious, firefighters continue to battle By Staff reporter, The Province - July 30, 2009 A fire that destroyed the Khalsa Elementary School in East Vancouver is being investigated as suspicious. "We have three buildings instantaneously combusting," said Deputy...