Passages to Canada

COMMEMORATE MARCH 21 - THE INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR THE ELIMINATION OF RACIAL DISCRIMINATION WITH PASSAGES TO CANADA

How you can get your class involved:
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Visit http://www.passagestocanada.com/en/arrange-a-visit to invite a free Passages to Canada speaker to your classroom today. Your students can hear the inspiring personal stories of immigration and struggle against racism from some of Canada's most prominent immigrants. Visit www.passagestocanada.com today!

Featured speaker: Sgt. Baltej Singh Dhillon (Burnaby, BC)
In 1990, Baltej Singh Dhillon fought for the right of Sikh RCMP officers to wear turbans and beards while serving. Visit http://www.passagestocanadaarchive.com/da/passages.asp?coll=30 to hear his story on our Digital Archive. 

Classrooms which book a Passages to Canada speaker to celebrate March 21 will be entered into a draw for a gift pack from The Historica-Dominion Institute. Speakers are available year round and for special occasions. For more information contact passages@historica-dominion.ca or (toll free) 1.866.701.1867 ext. 239

Passages to Canada is a national initiative of The Historica-Dominion Institute sponsored by TD Bank Financial Group and Citizenship & Immigration Canada. Since 2001, more than 600 community leaders have shared their stories of immigration first-hand with 125,000 Canadians.
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