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    Ontario sikh motorcycle club

    FullSizeRender.mov FullSizeRender.mov FullSizeRender.mov Guru Nanak mission centre gurdwara committee member allegations of harassing a women Inderjit Singh Jagroan Conservative party candidate of record for riding of Etobicoke North husband of Sarabjit kaur. Ontario Sikh motorcycle club president Why are they not going to the authorities there trying to hush things up this is ridiculous the one on the motorcycle is the one that is accused whom everyone calls Inderjit Singh Jagroan from Toronto FullSizeRender.mov
  2. OTA meets with Sikh truckers to address shared issues 2014-04-09 TORONTO, Ont. -- The Ontario Trucking Association (OTA) and members of the Sikh trucking community have come together to address common concerns. The two groups met over the weekend at the OTAs offices. More than 40 representatives from the OTA and the Canadian Sikh Association (CSA) participated. The Sikh drivers expressed concerns about their rights to wear their turbans, however much of the discussion focused on issues that are universal across the industry, the OTA reports. Trucking is trucking, in the end. Most of the issues raised are the same everywhere, regardless of carrier size or the ethnic origin of carriers and owner-operators, said OTA president David Bradley. While this was the first meeting of its kind, everyone who attended agreed it was very constructive. Going into the meeting we were not sure what to expect, but we were received very well by OTA and its board members who were in attendance, said Simran Kaur Chattha, chair of the Canadian Sikh Association. Through dialogue we hope to promote a better understanding between Sikh truckers and the membership of OTA which is a very effective voice for the industry. Source - http://www.trucknews.com/news/ota-meets-with-sikh-truckers-to-address-shared-issues/1003003649/?&er=NA
  3. Hi there everyone, sangat in Orangeville have officially setup up a gurdwara in a small town called Orangeville, Ontario Canada under the name of Mata Gujari Ji Sikh Temple. Just trying to get the word out to everyone hopefully some individuals live in the Dufferin county area that use this site. The Gurdwaras does not have a Nishan Sahib yet, we have to get permission from the town to be able to put at the front of the property, as we are in the process of trying to change the zoning as well. Zoning change should not be an issue due to the neighbouring properties beside the Gurdwara is all commercial. If you live in the towns of Orangeville, Grand Valley, Shelburne, Mulmur, Melancthon, Amaranth, Mono, East Garafraxa, or even the north part of Caledon, the gurdwara is open everyday, might be locked after 9pm, but granthi ji lives there so theres always someone there. The address is 304 Broadway ave Orangeville, Ontario and the parking is in the back.
  4. Kirtan Teacher (NOC4217) Khalsa Community School - Brampton, ON $37,440 a year Employer: Khalsa Community School Title of position: Kirtan Teacher (NOC4217) Location: 69 Maitland St, Brampton, ON L6S 3B5 Salary: $37,440.00/year Terms of employment: Full time, permanent Hours of work: 37.5/hrs a week Language of work: English; Punjabi is considered an asset Benefits: Medical benefits. Candidate will be eligible for bonuses and salary increases with accordance to company policy. About the role: Khalsa Community School, Brampton private religious school requires a full time music teacher. As a Kirtan teacher, you will be responsible for developing and implementing a religious training program for our students in Sikh Devotional Music which incorporates devotional hymns from Sikh scripture, use of traditional Sikh religious instruments, and Punjabi language. The purpose of the program will be to develop the students’ appreciation of Sikh Devotional Music, particularly in the context of Sikh religious ceremonies. Duties: Teach poetic hymns to children between 4-13 years of age Implement teaching of the Kirtan program in the original Guru Granth Sahib’s Ragas (musical constraints), and in Punjabi (Gurmukhi Lanaguage of Guru Granth Sahib) Evaluating student’s interest and temperament to determine a suitable Sikh traditional instrument for each student Instructing students in the use of various Sikh religious instruments such as Taus, Sitar, Harmonium, Tabla, Dilruba, Rabab, Sarangi, Banjo, Mondolin, Piano, Drums, Tanpura, Swar Mandal, MOracus, Trombone etc) Developing knowledge of material and the student’s repertoire of Sikh devotional music at different stages of musical and religious development Preparing students to participate in musical aspects of Sikh religious ceremony celebrations by providing instruction in vocal and instrument music Running the school’s morning choir assembly Arranging performance opportunities for the school’s pupils at various Sikh religious functions in the community Attending staff meetings and parent/teacher interviews Preparing bi-annual reports of pupils to maintain records of their progress Perform all other duties as assigned by the administration Qualifications: Should be well versed in reciting the hymns according to the ragas of the religious text (Sri Guru Granth Sahib) Post-secondary education in music or instrumental studies with a focus on Sikh Traditional music Minimum 3 years’ experience of formal training in Sikh Traditional Music Job Type: Full-time https://www.indeed.ca/m/viewjob?jk=67cb27ae88b6dc00&from=serp&prevUrl=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.indeed.ca%2Fm%2Fjobs%3Fq%3DSikh%26l%3D%26from%3Dhome
  5. $37,440 a year Full-time, Permanent https://www.jobbank.gc.ca/jobsearch/jobposting/23340162
  6. Submission Call-out This is an open call out for submissions for all Artists, Exhibitors, Presenters, and all others who want to present content (henceforth Contributors) at PAMA for Sikh Heritage Month. Sikh Heritage Month at PAMA is looking for Contributors to provide content along side the Singh Twins for the month of April. Similar to 2015, PAMA will act as a hub for Sikh Arts, Heritage, and Culture. Our goal is to ensure that our programing engages the diverse communities of not only Brampton but the entire Peel Region. We hope to build bridges and understanding for all through offering accessible programming for all age groups over the course of the month. Contributors can provide content to attendees at PAMA through the following venues: Month-long exhibit: one-month feature of a collection of work to be showcased as a fixed exhibition within PAMAs museum space. One-day exhibit: one-day feature exhibition of a collection of work (art, heritage or other). Workshop: presentations, panel discussions, etc. Performance: musical, performing arts, spoken word, martial arts, live art battle, etc. Tunnel Gallery:Artists can submit their work to be displayed alongside other artists for the Tunnel Gallery group exhibition. Other: film night, food festival, live sculpting class, etc. Be Creative, we are open to new ideas!! Please note that Contributors are not limited to one of the above in their application. For example, an artist or community group can apply to have their art displayed in the Tunnel Gallery in addition to holding a one day and full month exhibit and workshop. How to Apply Please note that space is limited. Please download and fill out the following documents to have your work reviewed and considered for Sikh Heritage Month 2016: SHM 2016 Celebrating the Sarbat: - This document outlines Sikh Heritage Months theme for 2016 Sikh Heritage Month 2016 Artist Call-Out: This is the application for artists who are interested in having their work displayed at PAMAs Tunnel Gallery for the entire month of April. Sikh Heritage Month 2016 Programming Call-Out: This document provides the application process for community groups, artists, and heritage organizations who are interested in providing exhibits (month long or day), workshops, or events. All applications will be considered and evaluated. Contributors will be selected based on quality of work, relevance to the theme, and originality of content. Please also note that though PAMA will act as a hub for Sikh Heritage Month Celebrations, events will be expanded throughout the Downtown Brampton Core, though on a very limited basis. If you have an idea for an event outside of PAMA please feel free to share it with us. Deadlines The Deadline for the Artist Call-Out is Saturday, January 30th, 2016 at noon. The Deadline for the Programming Call-Out is Wednesday, January 13th, 2016 at noon. Please complete the following forms above and email them to pamasikhheritage@gmail.com by their deadline date. Please note that the application only asks for proposals. We do not require in-depth plans for proposed events or completed pieces of art. Potential pieces of art (loose descriptive concepts and/or rough sketch) or proposed events/exhibits are acceptable submissions. We look forward to your contributions. Let us all work collectively to promote and grow Sikh Arts and Culture, Vaheguru Jee Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Jee Kee Fateh, (The Sikh Heritage Month at PAMA team) Source - http://ontariosikhheritagemonth.ca
  7. Kindergarten - Grade 5 Khalsa School Malton (Elementary, Secondary, IB MYP Candidate School) - Mississauga, ON http://www.indeed.ca/m/viewjob?jk=3a90c16af391ae93&from=serp PE/Gym Teacher http://www.indeed.ca/m/viewjob?jk=b9bf91081554f630&from=serp Secondary Teacher http://www.indeed.ca/m/viewjob?jk=98a2676e21e34140&from=serp
  8. BHAAR - Unthinkable burden - Toronto Screening A story of a blackcat A real life story through the eyes of a young Sikh male depicting the dark chapter of state-sanctioned violence in Punjab. This story takes you through the life experiences of Punjabi's who were subjected to torture at the hands of the Indian police. Description Trailer: Showtimes: Albion Cinemas Saturday March 23 - 1:30pm Sunday March 24 - 11:30am, 1:30pmTickets $10 Please contact daas for further info
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