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    WSO Urges the Preservation of Guru Nanak's Fields in Kartarpur Sahib

    Ottawa (May 21, 2019) WSO requests that the Pakistan Government preserve the 104 acres of fields surrounding Kartarpur Sahib Gurdwara where Guru Nanak lived and farmed for 19 years.  Since the announcement of the Kartarpur Corridor in November 2018, there has been substantial construction resulting in the stripping of land around the Kartarpur Gurdwara in the name of religious tourism. As of May 1, 2019, a construction work update shows the destruction of all fields and orchards and new construction for a water tank and residential buildings. Plans also include commercial buildings such as hotels and parking lots on the land where Guru Nanak’s fields existed.
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    WSO Makes Submissions on Quebec's Bill 21

    Montreal (May 16, 2019):  The World Sikh Organization of Canada has submitted its legal brief on Quebec’s Bill 21, "An Act respecting the laicity of the State", to the Quebec National Assembly’s Committee of Institutions.  The Bill would ban the wearing of “religious symbols” for government employees in positions of authority such as judges, police officers, jail guards, teachers, principals and others.  Earlier this week, WSO’s Vice President for Quebec, Amrit Kaur also testified before the Coalition Inclusion Québec’s ‘People’s Hearings’ for community groups who were excluded by the Quebec Government from hearings on Bill 21.
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    April Showers Bring May Flowers

    April was a tumultuous month.We saw the WSO, gurdwara committees, and individuals across Canada raise their concerns, as a collective, about the Public Saftey Canada Terror Report, and how it maligned our community.
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    3rd Party - April Update

    We cannot do this without you. Your ongoing support for the fearless third-party community advocacy found at the WSO ensures we can continue to unapologetically promote and protect Sikh interests in Canada and around the world.
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  • Upcoming events

    Saturday, June 01, 2019 at 06:30 PM · $25.00 CAD
    Speranza Hall in Brampton, ON, Canada

    Brampton Community Dinner

    This is a ticketed event, purchase tickets here

    Join us for an evening with the WSO where we will reflect on human rights and advocacy issues impacting the Sikh community today. WSO will provide an update on issues, campaigns, and commitments undertaken by the organization in the previous year.

    This year in collaboration with the local community, we are pleased to host Dr. Simran Jeet Singh, Senior Fellow with the Sikh Coalition U.S, and HS Phoolka, a senior advocate of Delhi High Court.

    Join us for an insightful evening with inspiring speakers and discussion.

    Dinner is included with the entry ticket.


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