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About Us

Establishment: The Ottawa Sikh Society (OSS) was formed as a charitable organization in March 1968. The constitution of the Society was drafted in the same year, which has been amended from time to time to improve the efficiency of the OSS and to address the growing needs of the Ottawa’s Sikh Community. In August 1974, it was incorporated as a legal entity with Ministry of Consumer and Commercial Relations, Province of Ontario

Objectives

The main objectives of the OSS are:
• to meet religious and socio-cultural needs of the Sikh Community in the greater Ottawa area and the neighbouring communities both in Ontario and Quebec;
• to administer and maintain the functioning of the OSS building built in 1982;
• to establish and maintain a library containing publications related to the philosophy, history and teachings of the Sikh religion;
• to represent the Ottawa area’s Sikh community at national and international socio-political and religious conferences;
• to assist and cooperate with other North American Sikh organizations, and
• to honor individuals and institution from time for their excellence in the fields of education, welfare, medicine and arts.
Growth:: The OSS has grown merely from 20 members in the early 1970’s to more than 1,000 members in the early 2000’s. Currently it serves more than 5,000 member and non-member Sikhs living in the greater Ottawa area and the neighbouring communities.

Contact

Feel free to email to provide some feedback, give us suggestions, or interested in any events!

oss@ottawasikhsociety.com
Fax: 613-225-1245
+1-613-225-1281 | 613-225-8280
25 Gurdwara Rd Nepean K2E 7X6 Ottawa