Welcome to the Canadian Sikh Heritage, website of the National Historic Site of Canada and Gur Sikh Temple in Abbotsford, British Columbia, CanadaPrime Minister Justin Trudeau visits SASI exhibit at National Historic Site Gur Sikh Temple. A crowd of excited community members spent Friday afternoon waiting patiently for a special visitor on the grounds of the Gur Sikh Temple national historic site on South Fraser Way in Abbotsford. And, at around 1:45 pm, they were rewarded as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau emerged from a private tour inside the gurdwara to give a brief address in the courtyard.He spoke about the importance of multiculturalism in Canada, especially during this year as the nation celebrates 150 years since Confederation. Read our blog for more. (DIS)enfranchisement 1907-1947: The Forty-Year Struggle for the Vote: The Centre for Indo-Canadian Studies and the Khalsa Diwan Society commemorate Canada 150 with a new exhibit. Launch on Sunday, February 19th, 2017 : 1:30PM. The mission of this website is to bring the 100 plus year history of the British Columbian Sikh community to the world. This has been accomplished under the auspices of the Gur Sikh Temple, the National Heritage Site, and the Khalsa Diwan Society Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada. This website was developed in anticipation of the 2011 Centenary Year of the National Historic Site Gur Sikh Temple with support from Canadian Heritage and developed by the Centre for Indo Canadian Studies at the University of the Fraser Valley.
National Historic Site of Canada
Gur Sikh Temple
Located in the National Historic Site Gur Sikh Temple
Museum is open seven days a week 9am-5pm
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