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Sikh Heritage Month

Sikh Heritage Month

In 2019 Canada designated April Sikh Heritage Month. Canada has the second largest Sikh population in the world, with over 500,000 Sikhs living in Canada. By designating the month of April to Sikh Heritage Month, Canada is appreciating the Sikh religion and all the contributions made by Sikh people within Canada. April provides all of us the opportunity to familiarize ourselves and learn about the Sikh religion and culture. A.B.L.E. joins our members and their families in...

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Jamaican-born Paul Smith is HMCS York first Black commander

Jamaican-born Paul Smith is HMCS York first Black commander

Ron Fanfair March 24, 2021   Lieutenant Commander Paul Smith ARTICLE

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Sikh Heritage Month

Sikh Heritage Month

  Sikh Heritage Month Thursday, April 01, 2021Categories: Great Things, Happenings @ TDSB Sikh Heritage Month is proudly recognized at the Toronto District School Board during the month of...

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News: Stuff a Cruiser events helps Food Bank stock the shelves

April 2, 2021By Canadian Press   April 2, 2021 – It has been a challenging year for everyone and with so many people staying at home, the Good Shepherd Food Bank in Alliston has...

Sydney Piggott is an empowered leader

Sydney Piggott is an empowered leader

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