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Guru Nanak Street Officially Unveiled In Brampton

TORONTO – The earlier announce street to honour and mark the 550th birth anniversary of Sikhism founder Guru Nanak Dev, the City of Brampton officially unveiled the Guru Nanak Street..

A ceremony to unveil the street signboard was held on Sunday and inaugurated by Brampton Mayor Patrick Brown.

The ceremony was attended by Member of Provincial Parliament for Brampton East Gurratan Singh, police officials, local Sikh community among others.

‘Guru Nanak St’ has been written on the signboard on the tail-end of the street which has Gurdwara Guru Nanak Mission Centre located next to it.

A stretch of around 550 metres was named after Brampton’s former Mayor Peter Robertson and a part of that stretch has been renamed after Guru Nanak Dev to mark his 550th birth anniverary.

In a tweet Brampton Mayor Patrick Brown said, “Proud to speak at the Guru Nanak Street unveiling this morning to celebrate the 550th anniversary. The @CityBrampton is proud of our multicultural mosaic.”

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