Guru Nanak’s Food Bank celebrates Canada Day in North Delta 

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DELTA, BC: Guru Nanak’s Food Bank Delta, in collaboration with Janta Sevak Society, Mamta Foundation, and Akali Singh Society Vancouver, presented a remarkable event to celebrate Canada Day. This collaborative program highlighted the contributions of Canadian history and the Sikh community while showcasing the talents and stories of resilient children.

Hosted by the children themselves, this event promised a captivating experience with cultural performances, informative presentations on Canadian history, and heartfelt messages of unity.

The President of Guru Nanak’s Food Bank, Gyani Narinder Singh, expressed gratitude to all volunteers and sponsors and their support in creating an event that embraces compassion and togetherness. “This celebration of Canada Day serves as a reminder of the country’s commitment to fostering diversity, understanding, and harmony among its citizens. It is an occasion that brings people from all walks of life together, strengthening the bonds that make Canada a beacon of multiculturalism and acceptance,” he said.

Guru Nanak’s Food Bank is a non-profit organization dedicated to addressing food insecurity within the community, ensuring access to nutritious meals and essential resources. More information 1.604.580.1313 or www.gnfb.ca