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Heather Seaman 24 Apr 16
Incredible sea of people at parade 2016
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Dave Rydzik Apr 28
I’m getting ready for parade with ⁦⁩ officers. Beautiful weather and thousands of participantsa d volunteers , going to be a great day ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Jim Rankin 24 Apr 16
Enjoyed my first . Food, everywhere. Toronto, you smelled great.
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Lara 27 Apr 14
Love . All the brightly coloured turbans strolling beneath my window are like a field of flowers on the march. Happy New Year!
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TPS Aux Marine Unit 29 Apr 18
Marine Auxiliary Officers out celebrating !
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Toronto Police Talent Acquisition Apr 28
Our recruiters PC Chung and Lee were joined by at today's events.
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Prabmeet Sarkaria 29 Apr 18
Over 100,000 Sikhs celebrated the birth of the Khalsa at the annual parade in Toronto
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CanadianPM 30 Apr 17
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau celebrates in Toronto.
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Mark Saunders 24 Apr 16
Enjoying celebrations with several of my officers. Honoured to be part of this years festivities/parade
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Anna Vlachos 24 Apr 16
An estimated 85 thousand people took part in today's parade.
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WSO 13 Apr 17
Today we celebrate the principles of equality, justice and service as embodied by the Khalsa! Happy
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WSO 24 Apr 16
Canadian Armed Forces marching in the Khalsa Day Parade
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Chris Drew 29 Apr 18
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Angad Singh Dhillon 24 Apr 16
Liberal MPs on stage at the celebrations in Toronto with Min. bringing greetings from PM.
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Kamal Khera 29 Apr 18
Radiant celebration in . Proud to celebrate the creation of the order with tens of thousands of -Canadians! Part of today's proceeds will go towards the initiative.
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Steve Paikin 29 Apr 18
Thousands of Sikhs celebrating in Nathan Phillips Square, named after Toronto's first Jewish mayor. That's Canada
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Jagmeet Singh 13 Apr 16
The word Khalsa translates to one who is sovereign or free. So Vaisakhi/ Khalsa day is a celebration of freedom
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Navdeep Bains 24 Apr 16
Sikh values are Cdn values. Appreciated opportunity to address audience & present PMs greetings at parade
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Jiwan 30 Apr 17
Celebrating the formation of the ; Saint-Warriors dedicated to faith & fighting inequality
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Claireville P.S. 27 Apr 14
Happy to all who are celebrating
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