Est. 1984

what we are fighting for

The World Sikh Organization of Canada (WSO) promotes and protects the interests of Sikhs in Canada and around the world and advocates for the protection of human rights for all.  

We have been to the Supreme Court of Canada on numerous occasions to protect the rights of Sikhs and other faiths, to freely practice their religion. 

We uphold civil liberties, irrespective of an individuals background.

We engage in media and government relations across Canada, to ensure the Sikh narrative, identity and lived experiences are articulated, understood and respected.

We empower our youth and build community capacity through initiatives such as the Sikh Family Helpline, the Sikh Youth Leadership Institute and the Sikh Mentorship Program.

We work in partnership with interfaith and BIPOC partners to promote democratic engagement and collectively address pertinent issues.

We are Canada's premier national Sikh advocacy organization.

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News Room

Press Releases

  • 06
    Dec

    Ottawa (December 6, 2021):   The World Sikh Organization of Canada held a virtual biennial convention on Saturday December 4, 2021.  Given the current COVID pandemic, the event was held online for the first time. Representatives from across Canada attended the convention to reflect on the success...

  • 09
    Nov

    Ottawa (November 9, 2021): The World Sikh Organization of Canada has written to Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino with respect to recent news that India's National Investigation Agency (NIA) visited Canada on November 4-5 at the invitation of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP).   A cop...

  • 26
    Oct

    Calgary (October 26, 2021) The World Sikh Organization of Canada condemns the racist vandalism on the road leading to the Sikh Society of Calgary that was reported to police on Monday. The racist graffiti included insulting language directed at turbans.  This is the second time the Sikh Society o...