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Harman Pandher: Telling Untold Stories

Harman Pandher: Telling Untold Stories

Pandher’s mission is to promote diversity and multiculturalism to youth.

Tavisha’s Helping Hands

Tavisha’s Helping Hands

Age is no barrier for this year’s youngest winner of Surrey Board of Trade’s Top 25 Under 25 Awards. 

Canada's First Program in Sikh Studies

Canada's First Program in Sikh Studies

With over 700,000 Sikhs in the country, it is no surprise that the time has come to reflect and represent Sikhism in the education system. Hoping to accomplish just this, the University of Calgary is soon slated to launch the nation’s first-of-its-kind Sikh Studies program, spearheaded by a dynamic duo. 

Ravi Singh: Doing Seva Around the World

Ravi Singh: Doing Seva Around the World

Ravi Singh was inspired by one Sikhi ideology in particular – “Sarbat da Bhalla” meaning “well-being for all” – recognising the humanity in us all and reaching out to those in need, regardless of race, religion, borders.

Dr. Inderjit Kaur: The greatest virtue of Sikhism is Sewa and Simran

Dr. Inderjit Kaur: The greatest virtue of Sikhism is Sewa and Simran

Talk about her incredible philanthropic journey, and with complete humility, she credits it all to her mentor — Bhagat Puran Singhji — the founder of All-India Pingalwara Charitable Society.

Sonia Lalli: Breaking stereotypes

Sonia Lalli: Breaking stereotypes

Author Sonia Lalli talks about her latest book Serena Singh Flips the Script, her favourite author, and more!

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