Shukrana: Finale Keertan
Apr
28
6:00 PM18:00

Shukrana: Finale Keertan

Join us in celebrating and giving thanks through a Keertan which the sung form of the holy scripture, the Sri Guru Granth Sahib. For all Sikhs a common source of strength is Keertan as it allows us to connect to the teaching in the holy scripture through music.

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Nameless Collective: Walking Tour
Apr
27
1:30 PM13:30

Nameless Collective: Walking Tour

This special walking tour will be led by Milan Singh and Paneet Singh (researchers/time travellers/detectives/hosts) of the Nameless Collective podcast. They will take you back in time to the Kitsilano of the early 1900s when sawmills lined False Creek, and pioneering Sikh families lived in Kits, creating a strong community in the face of key struggles such as regaining the right to vote, immigration reform, and labour movements.

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Seva with Pat at GNFK
Apr
21
12:00 PM12:00

Seva with Pat at GNFK

  • 401 Main Street Vancouver, BC, V6A 2T7 Canada (map)
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Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen (GNFK) is a Sikh-faith led volunteer organization working for the benefit of ALL communities. Their objective is to enrich people’s life through the principles of Guru Nanak Dev Ji by earning an honest living (kirat), sharing (vand shakna), and selfless service (seva), all of which are embedded in Sikh spiritual heritage. Join Pat Singh Cheung in serving food to people in need in downtown Vancouver.

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Akal Khalsa: Gatka Tournament
Apr
14
9:30 AM09:30

Akal Khalsa: Gatka Tournament

Shastar Vidiya, also referred to as Gatka, is the Sikh martial art originating from the time of the 6th Sikh Guru, Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji, in 17th-century Punjab. The Gatka Federation of Canada will be hosting a tournament to showcase and promote this martial art. Come out and see competitors duel for the championship!

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KaurVotes - Sikh Women in Politics Panel
Apr
7
2:00 PM14:00

KaurVotes - Sikh Women in Politics Panel

In time for the 2019 federal election, the World Sikh Organization is launching KaursVote, a new initiative to encourage and promote Sikh women engagement in the political and democratic arena. Sikh Women in Politics is a cross country panel series exploring the challenges faced by, and successes achieved by, female Sikh political organizers from campaign war rooms to government.

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Book Launch: Duty, Honour, and Izzat
Apr
7
1:30 PM13:30

Book Launch: Duty, Honour, and Izzat

Steven Purewal’s debut graphic novel, presented as a historical scrapbook with beautifully realised, photo-realistic artwork, frames a history linking a young boy’s past and heritage to his life in present-day Surrey. A teenage boy, caught up in drug gangs, is forces to rethink his choices after his 95 year old great grandfather comes to visit the family in Canada for the first time. His grandfather’s stories of the family’s past, sacrifices and heroism inspire the desire to head down a different path.

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Khalsa School: 5K for 5Ks Walk/Run
Apr
7
10:00 AM10:00

Khalsa School: 5K for 5Ks Walk/Run

Join us on the morning of April 7th at Khalsa Secondary School for either a run or walk to raise funds for the World Sikh Organization of Canada (WSO). The WSO has been the leading organization promoting Sikh rights and human rights in Canada for over 30 years, including the right to wear 5K’s across the country. All proceeds will go to the WSO.

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