World Sikh Organization Condemns Fear mongering by India’s Prime Minister

The World Sikh Organization of Canada (WSO) expresses concern over Indian Prime Minister’s widely reported alarmist and shocking statements alluding to some mythical concentration of frightening terrorist forces among Canadian Sikhs.

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Ontario Helmet Decision Throws Religious Rights and Freedoms Back to "Pre-CHARTER Days"

The World Sikh Organization of Canada expresses disappointment with today's decision by the Ontario Court of Justice against Baljinder Singh Badesha and his struggle to wear his turban while riding the motorcycle. The turban is an important Sikh article of faith that is not covered by any other object.

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Air India Inquiry - Missed Opportunity

On January 31, 2008, the World Sikh Organization of Canada (WSO) filed its final submissions in the Commission of Inquiry into the Investigation of the Bombing of Air India Flight 182, citing concerns about the lack of due process. The WSO was given leave to protect the reputational interests of the Sikh community, and to comment on all aspects of the terms of Reference.

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Banning of Kirpans in Courthouses Unacceptable

The World Sikh Organization of Canada (WSO) is very concerned that Tejinder Singh Sidhu was denied entry into the Calgary Courthouse because of his wearing of the kirpan. Mr. Sidhu had been subpoenaed to testify as a witness but was denied the opportunity to fulfill his civic duty because of a prohibition on the kirpan.

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World Sikh Organization Extends Condolences

The Sikh community of Canada joins the nation of Pakistan and all friends of democracy in mourning the tragic death of Mrs. Benazir Bhutto.

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World Sikh Organization Welcomes Tribute to Victims' Families

The World Sikh Organization (WSO) welcomes the release of the first part of the Air India Commission’s report, entitled, “The Families Remember”. This report, in which the victims and their families are profiled, pays a fitting tribute to the devastating loss which has been experienced as a result of the Air India tragedy.

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World Sikh Organization Condemns Aggravating Spiritual Deficit

OTTAWA, ONTARIO--(November 25th, 2007) - The World Sikh Organization of Canada (WSO) expresses its concern and disappointment over Canadian immigration’s new discriminatory approach towards visiting Sikh preachers.

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146 years Old British Legislation still in force in Punjab

Honourable Parkash Singh Badal 
Chief Minister Punjab 
Government of Punjab 
Chandigarh UT

Legislation Governing Police Conduct and Operations

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World Sikh Organization Renews Demand for Justice for Victims of 1984 Massacre in India’s Capital

The World Sikh Organization of Canada (WSO) expresses concern over the denial of justice to the victims of state organized and directed massacre of innocent Sikhs in November 1984.

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Mixed Reviews of recent Air India Inquiry Decision

Ottawa – October 29, 2007. The World Sikh Organization of Canada (WSO) receives today’s decision on its applications to the Air India Inquiry with mixed feelings. 

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