MISSISSAUGA — The Sikh experience in the First World War will be the focus of a special, one-day exhibit happening later this month in Malton as part of Doors Open Mississauga.
Pardeep Singh Nagra, executive director of the Sikh Heritage Museum of Canada, said the A Call to Flanders: Sikhs and the Great War exhibit will be on display at the organization’s location on Drew Rd. from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sept. 27.
It will have a number of artifacts, pictures, documents and other items from the First World War and will focus on the exploits of both Canadian Sikhs who fought for their country and those fighting with the British Indian Army.
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