Canadian Sikh Heritage | Current and Past Exhibitions
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Current and Past Exhibitions

The South Asian Studies Institute (SASI) curates and manages exhibitions at the Sikh Heritage Museum. Explore our current and past exhibitions below!

(DIS)enfranchisement 1907-1947: The Forty-Year Struggle for the Vote:

The Centre for Indo-Canadian Studies and the Khalsa Diwan Society commemorated Canada 150 with a new exhibit. Launched on Sunday, February 19th, 2017 : 1:30PM.


The Sikh Heritage Museum launched its 8th official exhibit

March, 2016. The exhibit is titled ‘Evolving Interpretations: Sikhism and Women’ and is available for viewing until December, 2016

Canadian Sikhs in WWI: The Forgotten Story.

The seventh official exhibition at the Sikh Heritage Museum featured the story of the ten Canadian-Sikh soldiers who served in WWI. Exhibition Runs from January 2015-December 2015.