Wednesday, 7 January 2015

Exhibition launch:Canadian Sikhs in World War 1 The forgotten story

WHEN: SUNDAY, January 18th
PLACE: Sikh Heritage Museum, National Historic Site of Canada, 33094 South Fraser Way, Abbotsford, BC, Cananda

We are pleased to invite you to the seventh exhibition launch at the Sikh Heritage Museum located in the National Historic Site, Gur Sikh Temple in Abbotsford, BC.

This exhibition features the very important stories of the only ten known Canadian Sikh soldiers to have served in WWI. The launch date, Sunday, January 18th from 1-3PM will feature ORIGINAL artifacts and materials for viewing as we work in partnership with the Indus Media Foundation of Canada and the Sikh Heritage Museum of Canada in Toronto.

The launch will also feature Q & A with documentary filmmaker David Gray and a talk by Lt. Col. Harjit Singh Sajjan of the British Columbia Regiment.

The exhibition will be available for viewing year long until December 2015.


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