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Thursday, November 19, 2009.

food_drive This year was the 8th year that the GGSCF has held the Guru Nanak Food Drive. In total the following 17 Gurdwara across the GTA took part more than ever before: BRAMPTON – Gurdwara Damesh Darbar (Ebenezer), Gurdwara Jot Parkash Sahib (SunPac), Sri Guru Nanak Centre (Glidden), Sikh Heritage Centre (Mayfield), Sikh Lehar Centre (Bramsteele) MISSISSAUGA – Ontario Khalsa Darbar (Dixie), Sri Guru Singh Sabha (Malton), Read more…

Wednesday, October 21, 2009.

On Sunday, November 1, 2009, there will be a play at the Rose Theatre in Brampton from 2pm to 4pm; about the journeys of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. Free tickets for GGSCF volunteers have become available courtesy of Mohinder Singh and Gary Singh. If you would like to go, please contact Jagdeep Singh Saggu at 905-471-5764 or email him.

Sunday, October 18, 2009.

fredvc Sunday, October 18, 2009 saw the start of the free hot vegetarian meals being served at the Fred Victor Centre in downtown Toronto. In total, 135 meals were served at the centre which caters to those with low income and the homeless. This year will be the 9th year that the Read more…

Thursday, October 8, 2009.

ggscf_runners_group_with_fauja On September 27, 2009 Fauja Singh was joined by 30 participants from the GGSCF in the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon. Os the group 8 ran 21km or half a marathon, the others ran 5km with Fauja Singh who completed the distance in Read more…

Thursday, October 8, 2009.

nagar_kirtan At the Nagar Kirtan held by the Sikh Heritage Centre (Mayfield Gurdwara) on September 20, 2009 the GGSCF was recognized for their contribution on spreading awareness of Sikhism across the country through the “Children Run Across Canada” that was Read more…

Thursday, October 8, 2009.

race_against_racism On Saturday September 12th the GGSCF took part in the Region of Peel Police Race Against Racism event in Mississauga. The participants got to meet Mayor Hazel McCallion, MP Bonnie Crombie as well as many of the Police who were out in strength. Read more…