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Indus Media Foundation: A portal for Punjabi history in Canada

Want to learn more about the history of Punjabi culture in Canada?

Langley-based Indus Media Foundation is a registered non-profit society that seeks to foster an appreciation for Punjabi culture while underpinning multiculturalism through the reconciliation of Canada’s traditional heritage and values with those of the Punjabi diaspora.

Image from a World-War-I-era postcard showing Soldiers of the King and Allies in Paris on July 14, 1916. Photo: Indus Media Foundation.

Visit the Indus Media Foundation web site to explore a range of exhibits, articles, publications and event listings related to Punjabi heritage in Canada.

Recent exhibits include:

  • Duty, Honour & Izzat – A series of exhibits commemorating the contribution of Indian soldiers in the First World War and their shared history with Canada.
  • Defenders of the Crown – A series of permanent exhibits installed at key public heritage venues to showcase the Punjabi community’s shared heritage with Canada.
  • Brothers-in-Arms: The Battle of Vimy Ridge – An art piece that reinterprets World-War-I history through an inclusive lens.

For more information, visit Indus Media Foundation.