Trudeau’s historic apology for Komagata Maru injustice resonates with Indo-Canadians, a century later — National Post – Top Stories

OTTAWA — Nimrat Randhawa’s family first tried to get into Canada in 1914. Her great-great grandfather chartered the ship Komagata Maru, filled it with 376 Indian passengers, nearly all of them Sikhs, and they sailed to the shores of British Columbia in search of a new life. Fast forward more than a century and South…

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