Engage with materials of significance that shed light on our past, present, and future, contextualized in their creation.
Dhillon challenged the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) to change their uniform by including a turban.
The Del Monte Photography Studio in Abbotsford (est. 1947) was a popular photography studio for South Asian Canadian families.
Dr. Kanwal Inder Singh Neel has contributed tremendously to the record of South Asian Canadian history, contributions, and successes.
Mayo Singh built a diverse community known as Paldi through his Mayo Lumber and Pacific Lumber Companies at the turn of the last century.
Joan Mayo chronicled the history of Paldi, British Columbia and its residents during the twentieth century.
Arunadri Ram Sundaram's family moved to Canada in 1979 and settled in Richmond.
Chow photographed immigrant, mixed-race, and Indigenous families in Vancouver who faced discrimination by White photographers.
Charan Gill’s family was successful in raising and racing racehorses from 1946 until 1994.
Bonto was the oldest of eight siblings and the daughter of a granthi. She spent her adolescent years in Paldi and Abbotsford.
View images from the (DIS)Enfranchisement - 1907-1947: The Forty Year Struggle for The Vote exhibit collection.
Bodalia photographed many important events for the South Asian Canadian community in the Lower Mainland and highlighted their stories and experiences.
View Images from the Komagata Maru: Continuing the Journey exhibit.
Giana Singh Aulack came to Canada in 1906 and created a legacy for his family, through the depression and rebuilt his life after losing everything.