Canadian Sikh Heritage | Canadian Sikh Identity – The Turban Challenge
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Canadian Sikh Identity – The Turban Challenge
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Exhibition Dates:

January 2013 – June 2013


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[mpc_textblock content_width=”100″ font_size=”16″]The third exhibit at the Sikh Heritage Museum, entitled Canadian Sikh Identity: The Turban Challenge and the Evolution of the Sikh Turban or Pagri looked at the evolution of the Sikh turban across the diaspora and across time and also highlighted the challenges Sikhs have faced within the diaspora.

The exhibit opening featured then RCMP Staff Sergeant Baltej Singh Dhillon, the first Sikh turbaned member of the RCMP, who provided a keynote address.[/mpc_textblock]

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